Marilyn: So, what are you going to wear for the next double digit?
Joeaux: I don’t know something that coordinates with you.
Marilyn: You never coordinate with me.
Joeaux: I always coordinate with you.
Marilyn: Well, I want to wear blue, but I can’t wear blue.
Joeaux: No, you cannot wear blue, because the curtain is blue, and behind-
Randy: Girls, girls, you’re both pretty.
Marilyn: Well, that shifted the energy.
Joeaux: I think that was the whole point, right?
Marilyn: No, it’s not the point.
Joeaux: Yes, it is.
Marilyn: It is not the point.
Joeaux: Of course, it’s the point. That’s what we’re trying to tell people all the-
Randy: Girls, girls, girls, girls.
Marilyn: Anytime you get into an altercation and Joeaux, and I would never get into an altercation.
Joeaux: Not in the same minute.
Marilyn: But anytime you do, there’s always something that is a good opportunity to break the energy.
Joeaux: Like having Randy around.
Marilyn: That actually happened one time. We were discussing something in strong passion, and Randy stopped and said, “Girls, girls, you’re both pretty.” Because we just started to laugh.
Joeaux: We started laughing so hard. We forgot what we were arguing about. I think that that’s the point, is most of the time, when you’re locking heads on something, it’s not so important that some loving energy can’t break it.
Marilyn: Exactly. The thing is, whenever you’re in that energy of, well, you’re both right, and you’re both have an opinion, shift the energy, and the best way I know is to say, “Girls, girls, you’re both pretty.” Don’t you think?
Joeaux: I think so.
Marilyn: Anything else?
Marilyn: But girls, girls, you’re both pretty. Namaste, y’all.
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