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I'm not suggesting that TLC slide down the slippery slope to strippers and whipped cream, but TLC's wedding world doesn't seem any more real than the one on Fox.
The parents always beam over the new addition to their family, the religious leader officiating the ceremony always offers a soundbite that praises the couple as an ideal for young people today. Then we follow them through the process from decorating the nursery to breathing through pain in the delivery room.
The website for that store is down, and I don't know what happened to her after that.
heir first date was at Houston’s, a restaurant in Irvine, where he opened the door for her and put her napkin on her lap.
When I was three and my sister was born, I was thrilled when my parents bestowed upon her the moniker Adria, which means "a girl with black hair and blue eyes." When I was four and her hair had faded to light yellow and her eyes had changed to green, I was ready to take her back to the hospital to exchange her for a baby who fit the name. Now that I'm older and I've accepted having a sister who no longer fits her name, I've turned my dismay to a particular channel whose name should be changed -- or whose programming should be changed to fit the name -- The (so-called) Learning Channel, or TLC.
The daters pretty much became attractive white twentysomethings; dates became untraditional activities like glass-blowing or beer-brewing; and episodes became more contrived with the producers attempting to create friction.
It was on that fourth season that the guy who is typing this comment appeared.
We even get a glimpse of the "bachelor" and "bachelorette" parties -- although these, like the dates, get "cleaned up" for The Learning Channel.
The men golf or do equally harmless "guy stuff," while the women have a "spa day" with massages and manicures.
I was set up with a smoking vegetarian who didn't like guys who worked in an office, which I do. They bought her a dress that they thought I would like, and made me give her a scented juju candle as a gift.