Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Jan 6, 2014.
Robin: "What? What do you mean?"
Howard: "I do most my shopping online now."
I gotta agree with Howchie on this one.
He'll be getting wife number three online.
Even craiglist poon?
Like "he" goes anywhere and carries anything.
He carries a purse with lotions, lip balms, wig glue, and a mirror, no?
the only time he leaves the house is to get his nails done.
Must be why he leaves Beth in the Hamptons.
Hard expensive, life-altering learning lesson regarding alternatively renting hookers restricted to hotel rooms (vs being concerned with doormen approbation)
Of course he does all his shopping online. He's afraid of walking outside and encountering a bleck. I don't blame though. If I went through the trauma of Roosevelt JHS, I would not to leave my home again either.
He has never left the house to shop. For many years he has talked about people bringing him things and he chooses what he wants and the rest is taken back..everything from his 'outfits' to his home furnishings. Howard is such a bad liar he should just stop already.
A few weeks ago he was complaining that it's too difficult to order things online and he couldn't figure it out. He can't keep his story straight about anything.
fuck this show sounds bleeding edge. Gold Jerry Gold!
its funny that I have never heard any guy friends ever refer to an outfit or mention his or anyone elses penis.
People that rich usually have a shopping list they give their assistants, so this isn't surprising
remember when he said beth's a genius because she figured out how to order clothes online?
I was thinking the very same thing when he was ranting about this today, lol
Pay to the order of Bank of Brighton Beach or leave brown paper bag with 50 thousand dollars cash behind perogie stand. Chernobyl exposure probable, refunds, impossible, deformities definite.
for a 60 yr old queen living with 101 cats, and a plastic surgery addiction, his options are limited.
Sometimes I feel like that if i have heavy groceries to carry and get in and out of the car with in bad weather. Then I think of people who live in other places, where you can't walk into a grocery store and come out with bags of practically anything you possibly want. The packages aren't so bad then.