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2013-01-07 11:42:06 AM
why
 
2013-01-07 12:02:29 PM
"It tastes like vanilla ice cream." - Honey Boo Boo, on mayonnaise
 *HORK*
 
2013-01-07 12:03:48 PM
Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.
 
2013-01-07 12:05:40 PM
Someone actually watched it and wrote down what they consider to be the top 15 lines from that crap? I welcome the Mayan Apocalypse.
 
2013-01-07 12:08:37 PM
Who said "Look at the size of that turd I just dropped"

No, not mama June, it was the produces at TLC.
 
2013-01-07 12:09:54 PM
I only clicked on this thread to suggest bathing subby in gasoline and setting him/her ablaze.
 
2013-01-07 12:10:21 PM

Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.


Yes, it can happen.

PsyLord: Someone actually watched it and wrote down what they consider to be the top 15 lines from that crap? I welcome the Mayan Apocalypse.


I'm not inclined to click on a story about "Here comes Honey Boo-Boo" but I figure it is a matter of Twitter research. I saw another headline this morning about what that family is doing with the money from the show (now $15K/ep) and I thought "it can't be possibly anything wise." No way does this show have more than a season or two left, and they didn't come into money in a way that would teach them how to handle it.
 
2013-01-07 12:12:20 PM

factoryconnection: I'm not inclined to click on a story about "Here comes Honey Boo-Boo" but I figure it is a matter of Twitter research. I saw another headline this morning about what that family is doing with the money from the show (now $15K/ep) and I thought "it can't be possibly anything wise." No way does this show have more than a season or two left, and they didn't come into money in a way that would teach them how to handle it.


Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?
 
2013-01-07 12:16:40 PM

KatjaMouse: Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?


I didn't click. It is the least I can do to not contribute to the cultural dilution of our nation. Almost everything I know about that show is from Fark, FB commentary, and the South Park spoof. I'm judging this book by its cover and that's it.
 
2013-01-07 12:17:52 PM

KatjaMouse: factoryconnection: I'm not inclined to click on a story about "Here comes Honey Boo-Boo" but I figure it is a matter of Twitter research. I saw another headline this morning about what that family is doing with the money from the show (now $15K/ep) and I thought "it can't be possibly anything wise." No way does this show have more than a season or two left, and they didn't come into money in a way that would teach them how to handle it.

Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?


Each of the kids gets a trust fund that they can't touch until they turn 21 unless they use it for school or there is a medical emergency.
 
2013-01-07 12:17:54 PM
I never even heard of Honey Boo Boo until it was mentioned on South Park and after reading the article, I still don't understand what people see in this crap.
 
2013-01-07 12:18:23 PM

factoryconnection: KatjaMouse: Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?

I didn't click. It is the least I can do to not contribute to the cultural dilution of our nation. Almost everything I know about that show is from Fark, FB commentary, and the South Park spoof. I'm judging this book by its cover and that's it.


I saw 1/2 of one episode and it's about as horrifying as you think it is. Even their town is unhappy about how their people are represented through this one family of rednecks. And uninteresting ones at that.
 
2013-01-07 12:20:29 PM
"I'm not wop-sided. I'm just curviness and beautimous." - Mama

So many awful things could be said right here, but instead I'm just going to sigh and walk away.
 
2013-01-07 12:21:05 PM

KatjaMouse: factoryconnection: I'm not inclined to click on a story about "Here comes Honey Boo-Boo" but I figure it is a matter of Twitter research. I saw another headline this morning about what that family is doing with the money from the show (now $15K/ep) and I thought "it can't be possibly anything wise." No way does this show have more than a season or two left, and they didn't come into money in a way that would teach them how to handle it.

Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?


Mama June is investing it for her daughters. She doesn't touch any of it and the girls can't touch it until they're 21. According to the article, they live off of Sugar Bear's earnings.

Yeah, I read the article. The Honey Boo Boo family isn't so bad. TLC tries to make bigger fools of them than they probably are with terrible editing, but I've watched a few episodes and they don't seem like horrible people.
 
2013-01-07 12:22:12 PM

SweetRoisinDubh: KatjaMouse: factoryconnection: I'm not inclined to click on a story about "Here comes Honey Boo-Boo" but I figure it is a matter of Twitter research. I saw another headline this morning about what that family is doing with the money from the show (now $15K/ep) and I thought "it can't be possibly anything wise." No way does this show have more than a season or two left, and they didn't come into money in a way that would teach them how to handle it.

Yikes. So what are they doing with the new found riches?

Each of the kids gets a trust fund that they can't touch until they turn 21 unless they use it for school or there is a medical emergency.


Is diabetus a medical emergency?
 
2013-01-07 12:23:33 PM
i239.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-07 12:23:39 PM

KatjaMouse: "It tastes like vanilla ice cream." - Honey Boo Boo, on mayonnaise
 *HORK*


That shiat makes me hork
i60.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-07 12:24:44 PM

electronsexparty: Mama June is investing it for her daughters. She doesn't touch any of it and the girls can't touch it until they're 21. According to the article, they live off of Sugar Bear's earnings.

Yeah, I read the article. The Honey Boo Boo family isn't so bad. TLC tries to make bigger fools of them than they probably are with terrible editing, but I've watched a few episodes and they don't seem like horrible people.


You know what? Good for them, then. It is easy to deride them and put them down but at least their mom is using the notoriety to try and get her daughters better footing than most especially concerning their circumstances. I also know that they contribute a lot to their church and local charities like food pantry despite not having a whole lot themselves already.

But still. There's an 11 fingered baby in that household so it's hard not to roll your eyes that hard.
 
2013-01-07 12:26:15 PM
I know someone who has prescription ketamine for severe migraines.
 
2013-01-07 12:30:36 PM
"It tastes like vanilla ice cream." - Honey Boo Boo, on mayonnaise
"Seeing June as a blonde would definitely make my loins perk up." - Sugar Bear

So much for not throwing up in 2013.
 
2013-01-07 12:31:19 PM
USA USA U.S.A!!!
 
2013-01-07 12:33:08 PM

Latinwolf: I never even heard of Honey Boo Boo until it was mentioned on South Park and after reading the article, I still don't understand what people see in this crap.


It's a combination of the fascination people have with horrific car crashes and the freak circus shows of older times.
Mike Judge should receive some kind of award in recognition of his prophetic documentary work.
 
2013-01-07 12:39:04 PM
Shennanigans.
That tub of lard mama don't like mayonnaise?
 
2013-01-07 12:41:39 PM
I'm just waiting for someone on the show to realize it. "If Mama hold her breath long enough, she look like Grimace"
 
2013-01-07 12:42:14 PM
farm9.staticflickr.com
 
2013-01-07 12:44:32 PM
Missing from the list:

"Last episode in the series."
 
2013-01-07 12:50:01 PM
Is this family messed up to most people? Yep. But from watching a few of these episodes it seems like they are pretty much accepting of everybody (the pagent-trainer gay uncle), they honest-to-God dont give a shait what others think, and have realistic expectations of themselves. Thats probably more than most of the people who mock the hell out of them can say.

/Wow, never thought Id ever post that
 
2013-01-07 12:54:49 PM

zarberg: I know someone who has prescription ketamine for severe migraines.


They also use it to sedate horses.
 
2013-01-07 12:56:24 PM
I'm less concerned about the show than the fact that there are enough people in this country that consider this entertainment. That's scary. There should be a way to deny these people the vote.
 
2013-01-07 12:58:01 PM

th0th: zarberg: I know someone who has prescription ketamine for severe migraines.

They also use it to sedate horses.


and babies, for dental work.
 
2013-01-07 01:09:02 PM

PsyLord: Someone actually watched it and wrote down what they consider to be the top 15 lines from that crap? I welcome the Mayan Apocalypse.


I read an article about it last week, trying to figure this thing out, and I still don't get it. I will give it ONE plus, though. Apparently, unlike the rest of the Reality TV landscape, the focus of this show isn't manufactured drama and how many fights/arguments the principles can get in per episode. I guess the show is about how this many people actually work to get along with each other, which would be a welcome change.

Fortunately, I will not be able to verify this for myself, as I plan to NEVER watch this waste of airtime.
 
2013-01-07 01:12:27 PM

fozziewazzi: ut the show than the fact that there are enough people in this country that consider this entertainment. That's scary. There should be a way to deny these people the vote.



This.

We should seriously consider using television viewing habits as a basis for voter eligibility.
 
2013-01-07 01:15:32 PM

Mayhem of the Black Underclass: I'm just waiting for someone on the show to realize it. "If Mama hold her breath long enough, she look like Grimace"


if that is original, you sir should be writing comedy. +11 laughed at work and had to explain why.
 
2013-01-07 01:17:41 PM

TappingTheVein: Latinwolf: I never even heard of Honey Boo Boo until it was mentioned on South Park and after reading the article, I still don't understand what people see in this crap.

It's a combination of the fascination people have with horrific car crashes and the freak circus shows of older times.
Mike Judge should receive some kind of award in recognition of his prophetic documentary work.


imgs.xkcd.com
 
2013-01-07 01:30:43 PM

The Billdozer: Is this family messed up to most people? Yep. But from watching a few of these episodes it seems like they are pretty much accepting of everybody (the pagent-trainer gay uncle), they honest-to-God dont give a shait what others think, and have realistic expectations of themselves. Thats probably more than most of the people who mock the hell out of them can say.

/Wow, never thought Id ever post that


White-knighting 'mama bear' won't get her to sleep wi

*HORK*
 
2013-01-07 01:48:37 PM
I've seen/read enough about it on Fark and Twitter to know that if I watched even a minute of it, my brain would explode and ooze out of my ears.
 
2013-01-07 01:54:47 PM

Coco LaFemme: I've seen/read enough about it on Fark and Twitter to know that if I watched even a minute of it, my brain would explode and ooze out of my ears.


This!

/only watch quality reality shows like Top Chef and Project Runway
//they're the only shows that don't get canceled at the drop of a hat
 
2013-01-07 02:00:26 PM

Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.


I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.
 
2013-01-07 02:05:58 PM

FuryOfFirestorm: Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.

I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.


If that doesnt get farking corn syrup off the market then NOTHING will.
 
2013-01-07 02:28:06 PM
Only a few more weeks till Walking Dead returns - the only worthwhile show filmed in Georgia.
 
2013-01-07 02:34:14 PM

SithLord: Only a few more weeks till Walking Dead returns - the only worthwhile show filmed in Georgia.


Yeah I suppose the entire Adult Swim lineup isn't actually filmed, so you may have a point there.
 
2013-01-07 02:35:15 PM
cdn2-b.examiner.com

"I'm getting a pig heart!"
"That pig over there gave me the evil eye!"

/worried that the kid really is heading for serious health issues
 
2013-01-07 02:37:31 PM
FTA: "She claims the fart ghost is a ghost that you smell before it actually scares you." - Mama, on Honey Boo Boo's "fart ghost"

I used to have a cat named Boo who would leave poo ghosts in the litter box. He would get done taking a dump, take a flying leap out of the box, and go tearing through the house like the devil was on his tail.
 
2013-01-07 02:38:01 PM

orclover: FuryOfFirestorm: Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.

I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.

If that doesnt get farking corn syrup off the market then NOTHING will.


Speaking of corn syrup and its evilness, for Christmas this year my boyfriend and I went to my parents house, and my sister and her boyfriend were there.  My dad decides to make his famous French toast, and I'm putting all the fixings on the table, when I notice the huge industrial-sized jug of "maple syrup" in the pantry.  I ask why they don't have real maple syrup, and my sister grabs it from me and says that it IS maple syrup, then proceeds to shove the bottle in my face and tells me to read the ingredients.  First one named?  Corn syrup.  I say it's not real maple syrup if the first ingredient is corn syrup, and she just stares blankly at me like I asked her to do some quantum physics for me.
 
2013-01-07 02:39:11 PM

electronsexparty: Mama June is investing it for her daughters. She doesn't touch any of it and the girls can't touch it until they're 21. According to the article, they live off of Sugar Bear's earnings.

Yeah, I read the article. The Honey Boo Boo family isn't so bad. TLC tries to make bigger fools of them than they probably are with terrible editing, but I've watched a few episodes and they don't seem like horrible people.


I think this country just might make it after all. *Sheds tear of joy*

I won't ever be watching this show, although I have my one reality show, and that's the Voice. My wife watches ones with cakes and wedding dresses, but only for the cakes and wedding dresses. She never even mentions the people in them.
 
2013-01-07 02:47:20 PM

Coco LaFemme: orclover: FuryOfFirestorm: Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.

I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.

If that doesnt get farking corn syrup off the market then NOTHING will.

Speaking of corn syrup and its evilness, for Christmas this year my boyfriend and I went to my parents house, and my sister and her boyfriend were there.  My dad decides to make his famous French toast, and I'm putting all the fixings on the table, when I notice the huge industrial-sized jug of "maple syrup" in the pantry.  I ask why they don't have real maple syrup, and my sister grabs it from me and says that it IS maple syrup, then proceeds to shove the bottle in my face and tells me to read the ingredients.  First one named?  Corn syrup.  I say it's not real maple syrup if the first ingredient is corn syrup, and she just stares blankly at me like I asked her to do some quantum physics for me.


I'm sure if she bothered to actually look closely at the front label, she'll notice that it says "Maple flavoredSyrup"
 
2013-01-07 02:56:13 PM

Coco LaFemme: orclover: FuryOfFirestorm: Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.

I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.

If that doesnt get farking corn syrup off the market then NOTHING will.

Speaking of corn syrup and its evilness, for Christmas this year my boyfriend and I went to my parents house, and my sister and her boyfriend were there.  My dad decides to make his famous French toast, and I'm putting all the fixings on the table, when I notice the huge industrial-sized jug of "maple syrup" in the pantry.  I ask why they don't have real maple syrup, and my sister grabs it from me and says that it IS maple syrup, then proceeds to shove the bottle in my face and tells me to read the ingredients.  First one named?  Corn syrup.  I say it's not real maple syrup if the first ingredient is corn syrup, and she just stares blankly at me like I asked her to do some quantum physics for me.


or "sirop de poteau" as it's known in Quebec.
 
2013-01-07 03:20:25 PM

FuryOfFirestorm: Coco LaFemme: orclover: FuryOfFirestorm: Flappyhead: Is it possible for a child to develop Type II adult diabetes? Well I think we'll find out soon enough.

I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes Patient Zero for Type III Diabetes, which becomes airborne and infects 70% of the planet in 1 week.

If that doesnt get farking corn syrup off the market then NOTHING will.

Speaking of corn syrup and its evilness, for Christmas this year my boyfriend and I went to my parents house, and my sister and her boyfriend were there.  My dad decides to make his famous French toast, and I'm putting all the fixings on the table, when I notice the huge industrial-sized jug of "maple syrup" in the pantry.  I ask why they don't have real maple syrup, and my sister grabs it from me and says that it IS maple syrup, then proceeds to shove the bottle in my face and tells me to read the ingredients.  First one named?  Corn syrup.  I say it's not real maple syrup if the first ingredient is corn syrup, and she just stares blankly at me like I asked her to do some quantum physics for me.

I'm sure if she bothered to actually look closely at the front label, she'll notice that it says "Maple flavoredSyrup"


I get all the real maple syrup I want for free, from my in-laws. Comes in a mason jar. My dad only uses the expensive real stuff he can buy in a store, so I grew up on real maple syrup. Truth be told, I much prefer the fake stuff. I don't know why, but I do.
Christmas morning my wife made corn cakes for breakfast, I combined the real stuff with some vanilla bourbon sorghum and it was awesome.

/still like the fake stuff, though.
 
2013-01-07 03:21:27 PM
Uncle Poodle got his head stuck in a pumpkin.

starcasm.net

wat
 
2013-01-07 03:36:09 PM

nburghmatt: th0th: zarberg: I know someone who has prescription ketamine for severe migraines.

They also use it to sedate horses.

and babies, for dental work.


and Steve-O, before he got sober
 
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