The taglines are here.
The taglines are here.
courtesy Bravo

1-Day Countdown Until RHOD: Season 3 Taglines Are Here. Praise the Lord.

Only one more day until our six favorite women return for Season 3 of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Did you think this day would ever come? This writer was starting to think it wouldn't. (You don't want to know what her editor thinks. It'll be a comfortable day in Houston before this fool OKs a 15-day countdown of anything.)

Entertainment Tonight got the exclusive (wow!) on RHOD's season 3 taglines. For those who don't know — and we hope you are legion — each Housewife for each city gets a tagline that she says in the beginning credits for each episode. Past taglines include, "I married into money, but family is my fortune" and "Every girl has skeletons in her closet — mine are next to my Birkins." If I were a Housewife, mine would be, "I'm tired" or "I can't do this anymore" or "Take me home." Yours would be something about you and that is something you can figure out on your own time.

But drumroll for Season 3 taglines, please...

Brandi Redmond's: “This isn’t my first rodeo, so I’m not taking your bull.” Good one.

Stephanie Hollman's: “Investing in drama is not in my budget.” Yes.

Cary Deuber's: “When life gets messy, just build a bigger closet.” Preach.

D’Andra Simmons': “Running a family business is a job for one tough mother.” Feisty.

Kameron Westcott's: “I’ve got heels that are higher than your standards.” Burn.

LeeAnne Locken's: “You don’t mess with Texas, and you don’t mess with me.” Wow!

Season 3 premieres at 8 p.m. Aug. 15 on Bravo.

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