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    I don't know. Gillian may look worse, but she looks like a typical 51 yr old. Perhaps a bit more weathered than the usual. Nigella has a bit of that plastic surgery/botox look to her. Maybe it's just the makeup, lighting, and photo retouching. Hands down, she looks great, but nothing I would realistically aim for when I'm 51.
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    Nigella Lawson makes me happy in the pants.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mixie View Post
    Nigella Lawson makes me happy in the pants.


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    I have such a girl crush on Nigella. I want to be like her when I grow up.

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    I love Gillian McKeith because she is endearingly insane. I used to watch her show "What Not To Eat" when I was trying to lose weight, before I went primal. I loved her aggressive intervention style, like making people visit their own gravestones made of chocolate. She was so convincing at the time despite her disturbing scatalogical fetish. I still have a can of adzuki beans from when she was touting it as a wonder food.

    One scene from that show really stuck with me, though. There was a guy who could not get enough pork sausages. Gillian led him into freezer van full of butchered pigs. This was meant to turn him off pork forever. In fact, it just made him hungry. I am now that man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy View Post
    I love Gillian McKeith because she is endearingly insane. I used to watch her show "What Not To Eat" when I was trying to lose weight, before I went primal. I loved her aggressive intervention style, like making people visit their own gravestones made of chocolate. She was so convincing at the time despite her disturbing scatalogical fetish. I still have a can of adzuki beans from when she was touting it as a wonder food.

    One scene from that show really stuck with me, though. There was a guy who could not get enough pork sausages. Gillian led him into freezer van full of butchered pigs. This was meant to turn him off pork forever. In fact, it just made him hungry. I am now that man.
    Lol- that makes me think of the veggies that say "You wouldn't look at a freshly slaughtered animal and be hungry- so we're not supposed to eat them." Honey, maybe you aren't hungry . . .

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    oh that's like my fish-eating "vegetarian" boss - his attitude is totally "ooooh meat is skeery"

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    i watched that gillian show a few times. I don't remember anything but sugar/pastry freaks tho. I really don't remember much about that show except the poop (weird) and the fact that i felt somewhat relieved that it wasn't just americans who were fat!

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