Wednesday, September 5, 2012

WHOO HOO for Honey Boo Boo!!

WHOO HOO it's Wacky Wednesday time again folks, and if you have not yet seen TLC's reality show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" you are missing quite a wacky treat indeed. The show is a redneck's dream and chronicles the life of 7 year old Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, who first appeared on the small screen on "Toddlers and Tiaras". On that show her Mama was criticized for giving her "go-go juice", a mixture of Mountain Dew and Red Bull, that cranked up the wanna be pageant queen worse than the energizer bunny. But now, as the dumbing down of America continues, Honey Boo Boo and her family have their very own reality show.

So there's the family from rural McIntyre, Georgia. They live in a little clapboard house with Christmas lights that stay up all year and train tracks that literally run right beside their back yard. Lemme tell ya folks, that couldn't be anymore appropriate 'cause this show is a train wreck that you can't look away from. First of all, Mama June has 4 daughters all to different fathers. Uh Yea, can you believe 4 different guys would actually hit that?????? Plus, I guess June didn't learn her lesson about birth control since she got pregnant at 15 and her oldest daughter just gave birth at age 17. How about them multigenerational babies havin' babies?

Now ya gotta love the fact that Mama rips off a giant fart during the opening credits of the show, and that Honey Boo Boo talks about and makes fart noises constantly. Hhhhhmmmm, on second thought I wonder if we are kin somewhere along the lines? And since I fancy myself as a bit of a redneck, and live in the south, I really don't have a problem deciphering what these folks are sayin' on their show. However, I can understand the need for subtitles for others not as fortunate as I.

The thing I do admire about this clan though is there is no pretense to be anybody other than who they are, and they honestly seem truly happy. Whether it's eatin' cheese balls outta a giant container, bobbin' for pigs feet at the redneck games, or goin' to the water park as a treat for Mama losin' 2 whole pounds to reach the svelte weight of 306, this family has a good ol' time. Nuthin' really kills their joy except maybe lookin' at Mama's toe that got run over by a forklift when she worked at the warehouse as a young'un. However, the maggots sure did seem to enjoy it.

But seriously I did learn a valuable lesson from watching this sure to be Emmy award winning show. When you can go from drab:

to fab:
 
there is hope for any Plain Jane to be a Beauty Queen, 'cause obviously them there pageants are all about the hair and makeup!!!
 
 
Images via Google Images


23 comments:

  1. Mama Booboo should be arrested

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  2. Blah, who would even think of putting such trash on tv? Mama Booboo proves de-evolution.

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  3. Oh wow! I actually saw some of this on a gossip site! What a shame at Mama Booboo!

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog yesterday!!

    xoxo Shar

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  4. I'm embarrassed as a human being, but even more so as a man that only likes crab fishing shows, lumberjack shows, ice road trucking shows, and prison shows.

    My teenage daughters and wife were watching that the other night. I can't get the images out of my head.

    Know what? They don't live too far from South Carolina. If you want to see that kind of stuff in person, come down here and go to Walmart.

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  5. Hell, what am I talking about? You live in WBGV.

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  6. I swore I would not watch this show....I watched the first three episodes yesterday on demand and I am dvr'ing the rest today. You are right it is a train wreck. How can I not watch? My favorite was when honey said "I hope my mom doesnt eat my pig, she eats everything else" haha!

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  7. I can't believe this is what goes on in this country....but I have to say you have totally inspired me to watch it!!! LOL

    http://lgoogoogaga.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/be-careful-what-you-wish-for/

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  8. Your stories (they are made up, right?) are so entertaining with your spin on them. I know, you can't make this stuff up!!!

    You are so kind to me. I love that about you. thank you.

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  9. I also said to myself ' Do not watch that show!" but i was weak and caved to see what all the fuss is about. I almost gagged when Mama took her sock off and the bugs were around her toe. That scarred me for life.

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  10. I have to say I need to watch this show. I hope it's on hulu so I can witch it when Little Man is asleep.

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  11. Uh Yea, can you believe 4 different guys would actually hit that?

    Yes, I can. Horny men will fuck anything. I'm impressed they didn't censor the fart - US TV is really progressing.

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  12. Holy Hell what a difference that made?!?! SHIT. maybe this is the crazy woman who took their kid in for botox or something.. I'm sure you heard that story. I've no idea where that city is, and I live in GA, lol... Crazy people!

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  13. Holy crap that last picture is terrifying! It's like someone photoshopped an adults face onto a kids body!

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  14. I've been thinking for months and months and I still don't know whether those horrid TODDLERS AND TIARAS moms should be locked up in jails or in mental institutions. I'm a psychologist and I wouldn't want to work with them for sure...

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  15. Wowwweeee...and woo wooo...(train coming) to knock me over. And thank you on that great review...I now have the concept and don't even need to watch.

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  16. This show makes my heart sad and my brain shrivel. Also, just know that Honey Boo Boo is proof that mama, at one point in her life, actually had sex. That thought horrifies me.

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  17. Your mind isn't warped - the words just come out that way. hahahaha.

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  18. I have GOT to start watching more TV. Of all the interesting, talented people, it amazing me on the ones that somehow luck into a TV show. Unbelievable. And train wreck, it surely is. lol
    I love your Wacky Wednesdays. I always look forward to them :)

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  19. As a fellow southerner, I am proud to say I have never watched an episode of Honey Boo Boo, or Toddlers and Tiaras. I do admit to a little bit of Jersey Shore, but that's only because my 19 year old hijacked the TV (that's my story and I'm sticking to it).

    Does the Mama Boo Boo do all of Honey's pageant make-up? If so, why doesn't she spackle some of it to her own face? Just wondering.

    Found you via TALU!

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  20. You won't find me watching this train wreck...I know your post is all tongue in cheek, lol...but man, why oh why do people watch stuff like this. I know if they didn't then there would be a heck of a lot less of these so called reality shows. Dance Moms, have you seen that? I stumbled across that a few times and yeah kinda like Toddler & Tiaras just in tights/body suits. Thanks for linking up to the Archive Linky.

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  21. Love this post, again :) (TALU)

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