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What I liked this week:

 

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To end the week on a good note, watch this hilarious video with Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off” playing.

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Posted on December 24, 2016

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6 Comments

  1. MelD

    OK, so I already said I can’t stand the Beckham woman. This video (hard to sit through the lot without screaming) does NOT improve my opinion!! Brrrr. Very much not my world.

    But I did like the Logos, the beautiful necklines and the snazzy suits 🙂

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Hahahaha! 🙂 she is cold but I think it is so she is taken seriously, otherwise she will forever be “Posh Spice”

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  2. Taylor Lee

    Alright, bye y’all, I’m gonna go live in the 1950s now (because everyone apparently gets to be super sexy and have amazing necklines and be like a bazillion time more fashionable and sophisticated than they are now in no small part because everything’s in black and white).

    Reply
    1. save. spend. splurge.

      LOL!!!!! I thought that too.. but damn those women must have been in super tight corsets or something. No ease in the waist, especially not for eating.

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  3. Revanche

    Dude told his wife not to make a fuss about childbirth? He ought to have been hooked up for an hour.
    I loved those notes about Canada though some seemed a little hostile 😉 I didn’t know people would wear Canada pins in Europe though! Why not just …be polite??

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      YEAH I KNOW right!?

      I didn’t know people wore Canadian pins either but it’s a thing apparently.

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