Audra and Mina discuss a number of current issues and get to the heart of the matter. Take a look.
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Audra Lowe: Welcome back everybody, time for our hot topics, got Mina-Jacqueline Au here our Lifestyle Expert joining us today and got some kind of off-the-wall type suggestions— You’re four months pregnant—feeling good? Mina-Jacqueline Au: Yeah, ok. I guess as good as I could get. Audra Lowe: I’m glad you’re feeling good but imagine if you were this woman, I have to read this because it doesn’t register with me, this woman was already pregnant again so she’s got two kids. Let me tell what happened, she was in Arkansas, already a few weeks pregnant with 1 baby and was impregnated again, they’re not twins, two fetuses, she goes to the doctor for her checkup and the doctors were shocked because they found another heartbeat that was developmentally younger than the other. Because my first instinct was, did the doctors just missed the second heartbeat first time around. Yeah, could you imagine the shock that I— Mina-Jacqueline Au: I can, I mean the fact I’m in nine months, I know some women enjoy pregnancies --. And I think even for the people that like being pregnant being that your pregnancy is more than nine months, because one will be born before another. It’s, I mean, It’s a lot of pressure. Audra Lowe: Kind of scary, it’s very rare cause I tried to look some of this up beforehand, its very rare, I hope I’m pronouncing this right, it’s called superfetation or –fetation something like that or whatever it is, its rare, so we don’t have to remember about it. But the difference between the fetuses age is so small that there shouldn’t be any problems as long as the first child has developed—is carried to full term. So it should be okay but, some women can’t have children—this woman is ovulating all over the place, its just crazy. Mina-Jacqueline Au: I know, -- something that could happen. I seriously do not think so. Audra Lowe: I didn’t’ either—good luck chick, good luck, that’s all I have to say. Alright, the other thing is a topic that I had to discuss with our camera man, this guy here. He’s a little outnumbered but I have to ask him. This came up, it says men only buy underwear to impress women. Can you believe that? Without knowing any of the other details. Mina-Jacqueline Au: I have no idea. First of all, I didn’t even think men bough their own underwear, I thought it was mom and then they graduate, it’s the girlfriend and then to wife. Audra Lowe: It’s interesting you said that, cause that is in here, did you cheat? – for some beforehand. Alright, there's a British retailer that conducted study found out that men—male shopper don’t actually buy their own underwear until they get to the age of 19 but before that, moms buying their underwear. Apparently teenage girls start buying their own underwear at the age of 13. When I was 13— Mina-Jacqueline Au: I know, you know, for girls it’s more about fashion, where as guys they don’t care, but then I think at the back of their head is they get a little bit more they’re thinking. Audra Lowe: That’s what they’re doing apparently to impress the women, that’s what get them going out there buying the underwear—19 they go on a boxer and brief buying – buying up to 31 pairs every single year for the next four years. But then it decreases by the age about 38-40, you know, they say that they divorce and maybe you know, different things going on in marriage. Mina-Jacqueline Au: Right, you have children to focus on instead a girl’s— Audra Lowe: As a wife, do you – buy their own underwear for them but who care, I don’t mind. Mina-Jacqueline Au: I don’t care either way but I mean I’d rather pick what I want to see. Audra Lowe: That’s what I do too. Boxer briefs, boxer briefs I personally like the boxers. Mina-Jacqueline Au: Yeah, and I like the ones that are you know, more softer cause he does sleep next to me, he touches my skin. Audra Lowe: I just thought that was very uninteresting, he doesn’t buy it though, at all. Let us know what you guys think, you can always send me a message on
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