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Letters: The Sweet Life

Posted on : 14-07-2008 | By : admin | In : Letters, Reviews, TV


Sent: 10 July 2008
Channel: QTV 11
Show: (TV) The Sweet Life

Dear Sir:

I really loved the Project Time portion of the show, “The Sweet Life” which is shown on QTV 11 every Wednesday to Friday at 6 o’clock. Its very practical and the instructions are very very easy to follow. With just simple materials and using everyday tools, you get to produce very nifty, chic, and at times, elegant items. And the way Ms. Lucy Gomez demonstrates how to create these things is so natural that you would think any person could do it. It’s so effortless that I know even my kids can, and I was thinking of making the activity a bonding moment with them. I must comment though that I am glad that it is shown at the end of the program.

Sad to say that I am quite distracted and at times uncomfortable with what Ms. Lucy and Ms. Wilma wear in the program. There are a lot of cleavages seen and sometimes their outfits can be described even “skimpy.” I would like to reiterate once again (because this is the second time I am writing to QTV about this) that the two young ladies who host this talk show are very beautiful and would be able to carry any outfit, so why not make their attire modest? I think it takes a lot of creativity to dress smart and stylish without resorting to the “sexy” look.

I would like to go back to my habit of watching the whole show because I found it to be vastly entertaining and their topics quite interesting. But when I get to see their revealing clothes which I find quite offensive, it makes the whole watching experience no longer enjoyable.

Please have Ms. Lucy and Ms. Wilma dress more decently to be role models for the viewers, young and old, and demonstrate that modesty can be very compatible with style and beauty.

Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Betsy Ramos

Cc: MTRCB, Mr. Nestor Torre, Viewfinder, Phil Daily Inquirer

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