On Mark and Marcia, as commented by the missus

“Mark and Rula really are suited to each other. They’re both self-obsessed and talk as though they have marbles in their mouths.”

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6 Responses to On Mark and Marcia, as commented by the missus

  1. Diane (tvor) says:

    It’s that clenched teeth thing that annoys me. And you’d think he’d find a nicer wig, too. Some of the others that we’ve seen that are his friends have far nicer ones. And clothing? I think he’s inherited Hayley’s style gene.

    • Mary Prankster says:

      Don’t forget. He may wear women’s clothing, but he’s still a straight guy. “Clothes sense? What’s that?”

  2. eps says:

    Boy, “Mrs. John” is right. I do think Marc is less masculine as a woman than Rula. She comes on way too needy and rigid. Marc does seem somewhat more thoughtful as an individual and, per his self-reporting, able to maintain a long term relationship (his wife).
    He doesn’t have children?
    I’m tickled to see the snow is back on the site.

  3. Gayle says:

    I can’t stand Claudia she is snobby, rude and pushy. I don’t understand what Marc sees in her. Marc seems nice enough but I have a really hard time understanding him.

  4. haili says:

    I find Claudia and Audrey quite amusing, Mark just weird, but wonder what other form of deviance hasn’t been covered yet: bestiality, S & M, or?

  5. John says:

    Sorry I wrote Rula. I meant to write Claudia. Rula is the name of the actress who plays her.

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