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    RHOBH, which is supposed to be about the fabulous and ridiculously elite women in one of America’s wealthiest zip codes is now dropping down to Real Housewives Of New Jersey level!
    Oh, please. It's never been above the level of what I could see growing up in rural Arkansas, out at the sand quarry gettin' liquored up while 3-wheeler ridin' and givin' ill-advised hum jobs in the back of some redneck's F150 while staring at the Confederate flag and shotgun in the rear window.

    Lack of class isn't restricted to any particular zip code, Beverly Hills included, as this show so fabulously demonstrates.
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    Girl power! Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville is finally putting her well-pedicured foot down about something that really matters: her family. Her two boys, Mason and Jake Cibrian, share a last name with Brandi’s ex, Eddie Cibrian, who infamously ditched Brandi for his Northern Lights co-star LeAnn Rimes back in 2009.





    “I would like my children to be hyphenated,” Brandi said in her most recent Podcast One (via All About The Real Housewives). “We’re not together and I did all the work.”
    But what inspired this decision? It turns out that inspiration can come from the darnedest places! Brandi had received the gift of three monogrammed Ralph Lauren blankets for her and her boys — but the blankets were initialled with “G” for Glanville. Whoops! “I didn’t want to break her heart because they were expensive,” Brandi said about the gift in her podcast. “And it made me think ‘why not?’”
    Why not, indeed! It turns out the legal fees for name-changing (as well as the fight Eddie might put up about the whole thing) are pretty steep, which is giving Brandi a little bit of pause. But we definitely think it’s a good idea — Brandi’s a great mom, and it seems right to let her have that connection with her boys!

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    Lmfao mel, I was just going to go search for this thread and dust it off for you.
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    Glanville-Cibrian sounds like some sort of thyroid condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    Glanville-Cibrian sounds like some sort of thyroid condition.
    or the comet that wiped out all of human existence.
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    It costs a few hundred to change a name...bitch spends that much on pills in a month. If she wanted to, she would. Also CA will allow a name chair through 'usage' so she could just start using g-c for the rug rats.



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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    It costs a few hundred to change a name...bitch spends that much on pills in a month. If she wanted to, she would.
    C'mon - priorities!
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    I don't know why woman don't give their children their name in the first place. My son has mine, and when I got married I also kept my name.
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    ^It's a good thing I never had kids because this would have been a major issue. If the woman is the one who carries the baby and gives birth to it, why is it named after some guy who stood there watching? Lots of women in my dad's family gave their children their own last name, or made the husbands take theirs when they married. Yeah I come from a long line of ballbreakers.
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    i dunno i think with boys, some guys just want their family name carried on. some weird game of thrones type testosterone shit...

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    Yep, and an "I made this!" mentality (even though they're not the ones spending 36 hours pushing a human out of their snatch). And I suspect there's always that lingering "is it really mine?" doubt, so keeping the man's name gives him ownership.

    I just think it's totally impractical, especially now where more women are keeping their surnames and/or having children by different men, and if they're a single mother nobody in the household ends up with the same name. It makes no sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    Glanville-Cibrian sounds like some sort of thyroid condition.

    Lol, I will ask my doctor if he can write this down as my disease and maybe the insurance will stop bugging me about pre existing conditions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    I don't know why woman don't give their children their name in the first place. My son has mine, and when I got married I also kept my name.
    I kept my name and the kids has my husbands, in our country it happen(ed?) automatically. I often travel alone with the kids and it can be so annoying, especially after a long flight I am always cursing myself for not taking his name but only then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    ^It's a good thing I never had kids because this would have been a major issue. If the woman is the one who carries the baby and gives birth to it, why is it named after some guy who stood there watching? Lots of women in my dad's family gave their children their own last name, or made the husbands take theirs when they married. Yeah I come from a long line of ballbreakers.

    That's the deal with one of Bloke's friends, an American guy called Downey. I thought it was his surname for a long time until I found out otherwise. I'm seriously considering keeping my maiden name completely or adding Bloke's surname after it simply because otherwise my initials would make me sound like a reviled paramilitary squad from the not too distant past.
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