View Full Version : Poor little rich girl!
4th Aug 2004, 15:20
The stupidest poor little rich girl on Earth.
I donít know if my European friends are familiar with Nicole Riche, Paris Hiltonís buddy. They both star in a TV series for the brain dead here in the United States, I watched about five minutes of one episode before I became violently ill.
Anyway, last night on the ďTonight Show with Jay LenoĒ Nicole was a guest and she was talking about her new dog she had bought. This dog is one those little tiny things that will fit in oneís hand when full grown, not a proper dog for men such as Mr. Draper and myself. Iím sure that these little dogs have a place in the world and their owners love them.
However that is not the point, the point is that she paid, you ready for this, $8,000.00USD, thatís right EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS for this dog. Then it almost died. Jay Leno damn near choked on his coffee and Dennis Miller, another guest fell off the couch.
She didnít see anything wrong with paying that much money for a dog. Now this was not a champion breeding dog from a long line of champions, no it came from a puppy mill.
Humm, I wonder what I could get for one of my cats from her?
Flip Flop Flyer
4th Aug 2004, 15:46
If it's the show where they live on a ranch, then I'm pleased to learn that I'm not the only one who got sick from watching. Must admit your pain threshold is way beyond me though; I lasted perhaps 20 seconds before the pain was too much.
"Brain Dead Bimbo" is a label they could both wear and feel they've been promoted. A bag of peanuts has more wit, charm and intelligence! 8 out of 10 similarly aged girls in my home country are better looking. The fascination with these characters is beyond me.
Fascinating, innit, the deductions you can draw from watching 20 seconds of a TV program :rolleyes:
There, glad I got that off my cheast ;)
4th Aug 2004, 15:46
Now this is a PROPER dog (http://groups.msn.com/WholigansPictures2/somersetapr2004.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=297) :ok:
Those little yap doggies do serve a purpose.
My dog calls them "LUNCH!"
It prefers live food. I can't say as I blame him much. They do look delicious.
My cat almost killed a shitzu once as well, of course my cat is much bigger then a terrier or a shitzu (Maine Coone cat...) He is almost as big as my lab.... The neighbors called animal controll thinking he was a mountain lion.
4th Aug 2004, 16:09
A fool and their money...:rolleyes:
4th Aug 2004, 16:36
Ah, yet another crowing moment in TV. "The Simple Life" where Ms Hilton and Ms Richie attempt to live a "normal" life, and the second series where they go on a road trip is a skip load of crap.
FFF your observation from a 20 second insult to your intelligence is correct. Mrs J forced me to watch it just to see how bad it is.
Feckin "reality TV"............:yuk: :yuk: :yuk: Bring on the Deathmatches I say.
4th Aug 2004, 18:31
Wombat- that is not a dog. It is a horse, a hairy one.
This girl is Lionel Ritchie's daughter no? He of the enormouos deevorce settlement?
4th Aug 2004, 20:56
Yes Notso, that is her. Sorry about the wrong spelling, but then I'm not much of a fan of her's.
4th Aug 2004, 21:03
Those darn dogs are just the sort when you are having a great date and your odds are good, you suddenly realise you've been sitting on the damn thing for half and hour and it's lying limp under your back pocket!
They may be a bit moronic, but that Paris has such a great shape! Will they ever release the video?
4th Aug 2004, 22:17
nice one, Notso... I also have a dislike for small dogs... except maybe the dachshund. And that is only if they are used for hunting. Otherwise they are small psychoes... ( they also are when used for hunting, but the handlers/owners usually knows how to treat them accordingly)
And the Paris video ?? Seen it... and as Letterman says... she seems to be a nice girl ;)
4th Aug 2004, 22:31
Didn't PH get stopped trying to lug a goat on airplane somewhere not long ago?
4th Aug 2004, 23:17
Perhaps Nicole had enough of driving everywhere? :E :E
4th Aug 2004, 23:48
Hey Wino, I too have a Maine Coon! :ok:
Big Cat, Aint it?
Mine can take my chocolate Lab... Its funny when they start sparring. (Cat has all his claws, but doesn't use em on the dog.) They knock the crap out of each other, but generally the cat gets the better of the dog. (cat weighs about 30 lbs and isn't over weight) dog weighs around 60 lbs....
Cat for a while also thought it was cute to jump off the balcony and tackle me as I walked by underneath. Also we have the TV set in the bedroom mounted high on one of those wall mounts, which I call the CAT LAUNCHING PAD, from which he will pounce on us if he wants something.
When the cat decides to kill something it is grewsome. He will drag it up on to the back porch and torture it for a while (his favorites are squirrels and chipmonks) Brings em up. plops em down, makes likehe isn't gonna chase em... As soon as they stop playing dead POUNCE.
He also caught a bat recently. Have no idea how Murphy did that, I think he swatted it out of the air (they swoop around the lake and shore line at dusk eating the bugs that rise out of the water)
But the worst was we found a squirrel embryo on the deck. TINY TINY.... It must have come out of the thing after he ripped its guts open....
All I got to say is, nature aint pretty.
5th Aug 2004, 02:23
My brother is the proud owner of a Maine Coone cross. Her official name is Emoline. Her nickname is Fluffy (short for Fluffbum) or Guts.
The thing bullies the dog (big black dog) for her food.
The cat is too lazy to hunt, why bother when the staff (humans) will feed her? :D
Flip Flop Flyer
5th Aug 2004, 08:53
Mate of mine had two Maine Coon's (big) and a Norwegian Forrest Cat (f.ing big, and red!). He also had the nicest Dobermann, who was basically to good hearted for his own good. I mean, that Dobermann was the size of a small horses, yet would allow himself to be bullied endlessly, especially by the Norwegian who carried the apt name of Thor. Funny thing about those big cats was that they behaved a bit like dogs; would fetch stuff and sit (yes, sit!) whereas the Dobermann was so marked by his upbringing among cats that he thought he was, well, a cat. Lemme tell you, a 60kg dog thinking he's a cute little thing that can easily lie in your lap is, well, something else :O
Only thing they never fought over was the dogs food - I suspect that cats knew that they might end up as a snack had they crossed that line.
However, if another male dog crossed the path of this Dobbie - better check your insurance papers. Lady across the road had, for a while, one of those little irritating yappy things. One day the yappy made it into my mates garden - the Dobbie was out. No matter the physical size of a dog, they all think they're big and bad. So did this yappie, and he picked a fight with the Dobbie (the cats prolly couldn't be ars*ed to kill it) and sadly ended his days as lunch for the Dobbie.
He was a very, very nice dog who sadly had to be put down due to a problem with his back. Kids could do almost anything to that dog, up to and including yanking his balls (as my daughter did) and he would just sit/lie/stand there with this "that's allright, I stilll like you" look in his face. He would scare the living daylight out of people when they first saw him (I mean, a 60kg Dobermann can be a tad intimidating) but was incapable of harming anything but male yappies and rabbits. Though he wasn't mine, I hung out a great deal with my mate and still miss him, yes even him trying to impersonate a cat and trying to catch a nap on my lap :ok: