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Patti Stanger Rocks My World

Okay, so this is my first post on Millionaire Matchmaker. I am definitely a fan of the show, but have not felt the urge to write about it until now. Um, hello?! Did anyone catch last night's episode, "Shauna and Dave"? It was probably my favorite one yet! Ms. Cupid herself, Patti Stanger is freakin' hilarious! I can't tell you how many times she must have called her second millionairess customer ever ('too much botox' Shauna) a "Total Bee-Yotch!" in last night's episode, but I couldn't stop laughing out loud.

Patti is a woman who tells it like it is, and is spot on. I believe we all should take a few cues from this cu-pid (ha!). If you aren't currently already watching this show, please tune in to Bravo and check it out.

In the meantime, I will leave you with Patti's Top 10 Dating Commandments:
1. Thou shalt return calls promptly.
2. Thou shalt honor thy dating commitments.
3. Thou shalt let the man take the lead and shalt avoid bringing personal baggage to the table.
4. Thou shalt not, under any circumstances, speak of any other romantic relationships.
5. Thou shalt be engaging.
6. Thou shalt not drink too much on the first date.
7. Thou shalt not be a gold digger.
8. Thou shalt act like a lady.
9. Thou shalt (if interested) express some interest.
10. Thou shalt not become intimate on the first date.
Here is a clip of Patti talking about the "Dorian Gray Syndrome" and where she comes face to face with "Superficialist" Shauna. Enjoy!


  1. I agree the show from last night was hilarious. I am simply amazed at the crazy people on that show, seriously where do they come from??? This show makes me laugh, I'm glad you like it too.

  2. i know. i also loved when she made the "lop-sided" face comment and did the impression of the woman's face not moving in a wind storm.

  3. G'Day Elizabeth... I've been reading, but not saying much. Sooo I figured I should at least say "hey." Anyway, I happened to catch this show the other night while channel surfing. Was actually funnier than I thought it would be. And you're right, Patti certainly tells it like it is. I couldn't help but wonder... if her 'clients' are millionaires (or at least certainly not hurting for money), why are they all such dolts? You think the riches makes them social idiots?
    Alas, take care over there, have a really good weekend.
    As Always,

  4. Glad to see you're still around J. And ha ha! Many of them certainly are dolts. I guess money certainly has not afforded these people personalities, or for that matter, simple human social skills!


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