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Dan Patrick Brings Brooklyn in Da House
February 13, 2009
THE DECKER DISH ON MODELING, HER MAN AND MEN IN SPEEDOS
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February 13, 2009

Dan Patrick Brings Brooklyn In Da House

THE DECKER DISH ON MODELING, HER MAN AND MEN IN SPEEDOS

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DP: Let's just cut to the chase here. It feels like there's some tension in the room.

BD: I don't think there's any tension in the room. I'm very comfortable.

DP: O.K., if this Roddick thing never came about, do you think I'd have a shot?

BD: If we were closer to the same age, you weren't married and didn't have children and I wasn't engaged...maybe there'd be a chance. Those are all kind of big factors when it comes to No on the dating list.

DP: Does your dad hurry to the mailbox to get the issue?

BD: That's a funny dynamic. My mom drags him to the bookstore. On SI.com they put the pictures up the night before the launch. So all of the girls are staying up waiting, because we don't see any pictures until the issue comes out. So at 12:30 a.m. we all get up and go look for our pictures. And my parents always do that, and then they go to the bookstore to buy the magazine. My dad's always proud, but he never really wants to look.

DP: If I were up against other models, I'd be catty. You know, "I don't think they're that hot" or "I noticed a little bit of cellulite there...."

BD: Except they all are hot. And they're sweet. If the girls were catty, it'd be easy to say mean things, but you can't. Everyone's really sweet. Sorry, I don't really have anything.

DP: See, I kind of like some backstabbing.

BD: No, nothing.

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