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The City: These Heels Were Made For Walkin'!



So let me just get straight all the pearls of wisdom that have blossomed from The City - especially from tonight's finale. Whitney Port's mentors have left me feeling a little inspired:

Kelly Cutrone says "the truth hurts . . that it does not always come as a pretty little bluebird on someone's shoulder."
Diane Von Furstenburg says "Absence is to love what the wind is to fire. When it's a small fire, the wind kills it. But when it's a real fire, it intensifies it. So then absence should do that. . . The most important relationship you can have in your life, is the relationship you have with yourself; because no matter what happens, you will always be with yourself."

Well Amen Ms. DVF!

Jay says the three little words Whit has probably been waiting to hear all season, but then she decides she ultimately wants to pursue the relationship with herself first. Hey. She pulled the look! She stood up to Olivia, to Jay and took a stand for herself. And I gotta say, it was great! She declares something everybody should keep in mind when getting into relationships . . don't lose yourself in the idea of us.

Wow - who knew I would get so deep from watching The City? Ah, but it makes me feel good about myself, and it made me feel inspired to see that little rat Jay get left in the dust while Whit was just flying past in those fabulous purple heels that would make even Prince proud!
bravo City . . bravo.
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  1. Anonymous3/17/2009

    Why am I so intrested in this show?

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  2. Anonymous3/17/2009

    Oops that was from me! Kathryn

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  3. I agree this is really a good show. I wish it was on for a hour bc it seems like half of it is commercials. Oh well, maybe next season!

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