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Subject: Re: Misconceptions About TV Soap Operas

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Date Posted: 19:52:39 02/01/02 Fri
In reply to: Melinda 's message, "Misconceptions About TV Soap Operas" on 20:48:11 01/28/02 Mon

>I realize this is a little off topic, but what the
>hell, I felt like having a little fun. I've talked to
>many people in soap chats, email groups, Instant
>Messages (Gotta love AOL);
>and I think we can all agree that, while fantasy and
>fun are all well and good, there are a few
>misconceptions about soap viewing that must be dealt
>with. Just a few off the top of my head:
>1.) No matter how close you get to the TV, or how high
>up you are, you can NOT see down a woman's shirt.
> The opposite is true for a man; no matter how close
>you get to the TV, or how far down you duck, you can
>NOT see up his boxers. Stop trying, you just look
>silly. They're watching you, you know....
>2.) Calories consumed eating bon-bons while watching
>OLTL DO count. Sweating profusely, hyperventilating,
>passing out, and drooling are NOT effective methods of
>burning calories.
>3.) You can buy the lingerie; you can get the music;
>you can use the very SAME candles that they do on
>OLTL; a night of passion will NEVER last as long in
>real life as it does on the soaps. (Unless of course
>there's both Viagra AND Cryptonite in the wine)...
>OK, anyone have anything to add to this list? LOL

Here are mine Mel:
I will never have the same bod or hair Blair has.
My husband will never sound like Todd. Although he came close to grunting like Russell Crowe yesterday.LOL
The only reason I have a cell phone is because I felt left out of the OLTL stories.Like if OLTL has them, then the whole world must have them!LOL

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