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HAPPY FEET


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19/02/2010 13:40

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Who saw this program last night, beggers belief that so much money can be spent on a wedding and it still looked cheap and tacky.



sienna


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19/02/2010 13:43

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OMG yes i did their dress which btw must cost a fortune reminded me of the old fashion dolls you have on loos to cover the toilet paper !!! Amazing, what an eye opener especially all the 'nice' cars'



HAPPY FEET


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19/02/2010 13:52

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Sienna, you cant beat a Fish and Chips super for the wedding main course, a lovely touching moment was when the bride removed her gum just before she said I do !



sienna


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19/02/2010 13:58

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LOL yes brilliant and Barbie dolls on top for the cakes said it all



No1Doyen


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19/02/2010 14:03

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How much was the wedding dress?



jimmyG


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19/02/2010 14:05

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Marvellous what you can afford when you don't pay tax & national insurance isn't it ?!! but what a great series this is following on from last week's edition where they followed 3 x 8 year olds into boarding school.



sienna


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19/02/2010 14:07

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Well the lady that makes theses wedding dresses especially for them ' would not discuss money' but the amount of material they have in them it must be a fortune one girl had a fifteen foot train, one couldnt get into her 'Cinderella' glass coach because there was so much material !



sienna


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19/02/2010 14:14

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HAUmII_hcg hope the link works



HAPPY FEET


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19/02/2010 14:41

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I was gutted not to see a wedding dress with painted pasta shapes stuck on it with glitter .

The bride dancing > looked like a caterpillar in a Malteser



littlejohn


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20/02/2010 03:04

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Interesting " chav" type comments.

At least the travellers know what they are and how they are perceived!!!



Jeannie


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20/02/2010 03:17

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Well, I thought the programme was very interesting. And, a bit of an eye-opener, in more ways than one.



SAFFI


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20/02/2010 04:02

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I agree Jeannie a real eye opener and very interesting !



I just feel sorry for the young girls that feel they have to get engaged and marry so young, and the pressure to have those heavy wedding dresses, that must cost a fortune because they are so laiden with cyrstals.

But what happens after the dream dress ? . I noticed the last girl just 22 yrs was considered old to be getting wed, looked scared and frightful of her future, as she just did not know where she was going to live with her new husband.



Saffi



racoonchic



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Message Posted:
20/02/2010 08:23

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some of those girls are stunning and quite suit the look



Teresa


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Message Posted:
20/02/2010 18:23

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I watched this today and have to say despite all the bad press gypsies get i admire the way they bring their kids up, just wished they would have said how much the dresses cost!!!!!



michelle3012


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Message Posted:
20/02/2010 18:48

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I reckon the dresses are in the region of 20K the crystals are 50 for a small bag, i would dreed to think how many packets they used! And yes i agree they have very strong morals regarding the kids up bringing and religous views, shame they dont keep the outside area of their vans as clean as the inside!!!



Tootie


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20/02/2010 19:02

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Sorry to say this but Gypsy Girls are HOT.

I used to date a "Gaff" (Travelling fair ground Girl). Some of the nicest people I've ever met!!

But I tell you DONT upset em.



billyboy1


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20/02/2010 21:08

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I thought it was a good programme,



there is good and bad in all commmunities



i liked the morals and how they stick together



and yes, dont cross them, but if you r friends with them, they would do anything they could for you



Dusterbruce


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Message Posted:
20/02/2010 21:44

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I can never see the point in spending thousands on a wedding dress for any wedding. All that money, just to wear once. Money better spent on a new kitchen or something that will benefit the couple for years, or until they divorce anyway!



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