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Old 21-05-2012, 22:30
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Are they real people or actors posing? This could be Liz Jones doing the writing.
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Old 21-05-2012, 22:33
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Are they real people or actors posing? This could be Liz Jones doing the writing.
Nah, I saw her on This Morning. She is, unfortunately, very real.
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Old 22-05-2012, 10:11
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I'm sure this woman is taking the mickey and just writing contentious stuff to get a reaction - all that trophy wife garbage is absurd, including massaging her husband with lavender oil before his siesta, wearing clothes and make up to please him - and that hideous purple dress in one of the photographs looks like a flamboyant gentleman's dressing gown.

She may be a real person but her literary outpourings are fictional. I think.
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Old 22-05-2012, 10:53
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Tell you what, I'd have to be paid a s#!tload of money to take the abuse she's been getting if I were setting myself up as a fictional bimbo
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:21
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She's off again. Apparently, any woman with a modicum of self-respect wants to be thin and must accept they have to spend their life dieting. She also says her rather chubby husband would leave her if she ever got fat.

Then when only 4% of viewers agreed with her, she stated 'Every woman who voted against me during the debate needs to take a long hard look at the digits on their scales'.

Yet another DM writer who thinks there is nothing inbetween ;thin' and 'fat'. Well Ms Brick, I disagree with you and I'm a perfectly healthy weight thank you. I'll never be 'thin' because I'm not built that way but I'm not overweight, don't spend my life with a face like I'm sucking a lemon and I'm happier in my own skin than you'll ever be.

Oh, and I doubt my OH would leave me if I put on weight as I get older because he's not a shallow, arrogant prick
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:29
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Samantha Brick's just trying to be controversial. She just says things to try and get a reaction.
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:37
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...ake-happy.html

She's off again. Apparently, any woman with a modicum of self-respect wants to be thin and must accept they have to spend their life dieting. She also says her rather chubby husband would leave her if she ever got fat.

Then when only 4% of viewers agreed with her, she stated 'Every woman who voted against me during the debate needs to take a long hard look at the digits on their scales'.

Yet another DM writer who thinks there is nothing inbetween ;thin' and 'fat'. Well Ms Brick, I disagree with you and I'm a perfectly healthy weight thank you. I'll never be 'thin' because I'm not built that way but I'm not overweight, don't spend my life with a face like I'm sucking a lemon and I'm happier in my own skin than you'll ever be.

Oh, and I doubt my OH would leave me if I put on weight as I get older because he's not a shallow, arrogant prick
All I can say to Miz Brick is a mixture of and

I doubt highly she truly believes any of the crap she spews, she just knows what will get people reading her vile ramblings. She wants attention, the Mail want as many readers as they can, and they both know the way to do this is sensationalism and faux outrage. Creating a well informed article is way down on the list of priorities.
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:39
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So overweight Pascal would leave her if she put on weight It's one rule for Sam and another one for him. What a prize hubby she has there
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:52
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God forbid that IVF treatment should ever work. She'd make a horrendous mother with her attitude and her child would most likely grow up to become just as odious as herself.
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Old 22-04-2013, 20:56
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So overweight Pascal would leave her if she put on weight It's one rule for Sam and another one for him. What a prize hubby she has there
That explains why she's been on a diet for years then.
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:20
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Samantha Brick's just trying to be controversial. She just says things to try and get a reaction.
This!!!
I think I will start a column ... Hold on now,
I'm so good looking ... It's a curse but somehow I got a man who is old fashioned and that's how it should be because thats what women want, to be rescued, but I'm still a career woman I HAVE IT ALL AND IM BLOOMIN GORGEOUS why don't you? Oh and I'm thin. And the inventor of IVF should be ashamed of himself coz it didn't work for me! The cheek of him... To die and not apologise for giving me false hope. hiss.

Right that's my first article written...
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:31
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* mounts soapbox*

Samantha Brick is employed to write a controversial column and like Liz Jones she does exactly that.
She does her job for the DM really well.

NB......nowhere did I say that I agree with anything that she says but I'm pretty sure that her columns earn her a good living.

If any recruitment persons are reading this, I too can be controversial 'on demand'.
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:36
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DiamondDoll can we be rivals?
I will be Squealer Plank and you can be Lizmond Doll now we just need someone to be that yoke that hits her kids and wishes others would hit them too, Shona Something or other?
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:39
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This!!!
I think I will start a column ... Hold on now,
I'm so good looking ... It's a curse but somehow I got a man who is old fashioned and that's how it should be because thats what women want, to be rescued, but I'm still a career woman I HAVE IT ALL AND IM BLOOMIN GORGEOUS why don't you? Oh and I'm thin. And the inventor of IVF should be ashamed of himself coz it didn't work for me! The cheek of him... To die and not apologise for giving me false hope. hiss.

Right that's my first article written...
You need to pad it out with pics of you looking defiantly beautiful beyond words (ideally in some purple frightfrock), and pics of your unbelievably handsome old-fashioned man who respects you but expects his dinner on the table sharpish and his crusty old pants hand-laundered and ironed by your dutiful but independent hands.
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:46
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DiamondDoll can we be rivals?
I will be Squealer Plank and you can be Lizmond Doll now we just need someone to be that yoke that hits her kids and wishes others would hit them too, Shona Something or other?
We'd be great rivals.

Cummon DM geez a job.
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Old 22-04-2013, 21:51
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Lexi22 will be our manager/agent
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Old 22-04-2013, 22:01
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Lexi22 will be our manager/agent
She is far too sensible.

We need to go for the 'shock' factor.
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Old 22-04-2013, 22:05
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Lexi22 will be our manager/agent
She is far too sensible.

We need to go for the 'shock' factor.
Ok, get to it, Ladies. Think of the most obnoxiously ridiculous and insulting thing you could say to other women, multiply it by 10, and off you go. And remember, offend offend offend is your mantra!

@DD - Sensible or not, I know a moneymaker when I see one.
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Old 22-04-2013, 22:11
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Ok, get to it, Ladies. Think of the most obnoxiously ridiculous and insulting thing you could say to other women, multiply it by 10, and off you go. And remember, offend offend offend is your mantra!

@DD - Sensible or not, I know a moneymaker when I see one.
Remember, for extra authenticity, turn off any spell and grammar checks!
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Old 22-04-2013, 22:17
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The "Brick" is pornography for the middle class types to fawn over on the train to work .
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Old 22-04-2013, 22:47
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You need to pad it out with pics of you looking defiantly beautiful beyond words (ideally in some purple frightfrock), and pics of your unbelievably handsome old-fashioned man who respects you but expects his dinner on the table sharpish and his crusty old pants hand-laundered and ironed by your dutiful but independent hands.
Oh lexi22 - I'm absolutely loving the phrase 'frightfrock' - how apt! Do you think its made of a very thin, flammable nylon or could it be crimplene!

La Brick is simply hilarious - totally deluded, with zero self awareness - as my dear old ma would say "she has ideas above her station".

Ask for the hubby - well where to start? The generous girth, the camouflage gear as day-wear or indeed the Village People 'tache (circa 1978).

Some folk will do anything for attention - even if it makes them a complete laughing stock and an object of ridicule. Can't wait for the next enthralling instalment!
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Old 23-04-2013, 06:56
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She's a plain, innocuous, skint, failed TV producer who has been forced to be the Daily Mail's resident troll in chief and write as inflammatory pieces as she can to gain notoriety and earn . What credibility she may have had has been well and truly deleted, all for a fast buck.

Her husband, with his tubby belly, neanderthal views and handlebar moustache seems a real catch.
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Old 23-04-2013, 11:29
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Oh lexi22 - I'm absolutely loving the phrase 'frightfrock' - how apt! Do you think its made of a very thin, flammable nylon or could it be crimplene!
I think Ms Brick deliberately chooses fabrics and styles that dilute her great beauty so as not to make the rest of us totally despair. It's her gift to us!
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Old 23-04-2013, 11:38
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I think Ms Brick deliberately chooses fabrics and styles that dilute her great beauty so as not to make the rest of us totally despair. It's her gift to us!
Lol.

I quite liked her on CBB too.
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Old 23-04-2013, 11:43
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Oh lexi22 - I'm absolutely loving the phrase 'frightfrock' - how apt! Do you think its made of a very thin, flammable nylon or could it be crimplene!

La Brick is simply hilarious - totally deluded, with zero self awareness - as my dear old ma would say "she has ideas above her station".

Ask for the hubby - well where to start? The generous girth, the camouflage gear as day-wear or indeed the Village People 'tache (circa 1978).

Some folk will do anything for attention - even if it makes them a complete laughing stock and an object of ridicule. Can't wait for the next enthralling instalment!
She is rather brilliant, can never make my mind up whether I want this all to be true and she actually believes the guff she writes and lives this life, or she's have a brilliant joke on us all and types this stuff up whilst stuffing her face with chocolate orange, glugging down wine and yelling as Pascal to hurry up and finish the ironing and make a start on dinner.
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