I was quite interested in reading this marvelous post. Texana’s Kitchen has a point especially with just how TLC seems to portray many people and show off the bad side only for publicity, but then again.. guess what kind of society we have today? A POOR one at that! People should be ashamed of themselves first off, for even watching of wanting to broadcast any sort of reality TV for just amusement. Honestly we don’t need any more IDIOTS in the world. The amount we have today is bad enough. And those little pageant shows such as Toddlers and Tiara’s.. What the hell are lose little kids even learning? That it’s better to be crude as a competitor without any moral and with little care of how you really look like and not to love yourself for who you are? The only thing that those little kids are learning is that mommy and daddy are going to be there at their every whim and that they can rely on them for everything, forever and that they should always be in makeup and not as their natural selves. People say that children suffer from self-esteem issues, as do many adults, but where does it all come from? If they don’t have that mask of makeup or fake hair or what ever they can put on them, what will they do when they don’t have that and when they’re on their own? I think personally that people like that are the ones who suffer because they’re not being taught to be independent and try to do things for themselves. They are spoiled and shown that unless you’re pretty enough to win a pageant or be in some beauty contest and do not wear make up, that they are then seen as ugly or monsters to themselves. It’s all a false image that they are building up and one that won’t save them for long at that.
Recently someone posted something on Facebook about Uncle Poodle and Honey Boo Boo. Although generally pretty up-to-date on current events, I admit I had no idea what a Honey Boo Boo or an Uncle Poodle was. So I Googled it. If you are as clueless I was, here is the skinny and low down on who they are.
Honey Boo Boo is the nickname for a seven year old central Georgia girl named Alana, who made regular appearances on TLC’s Toddlers and Tiaras. Apparently she and her family were amusing enough that TLC offered them their own reality show, called “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo”. Uncle Poodle is her gay, redneck uncle who she says “has a little fruit in his tank”, and teaches her some of her dance moves. Did you catch that? Gay. Redneck. That may be the first time those two lifestyles have ever openly resided…
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