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2013-09-05 07:34:37 PM  
I frequently have conversations with our Lord and Savior, Baby Jesus.  I don't always pretend to comprehend what he's saying, because he talks in parables and I don't know Aramaic.  Mostly, I tilt my head and smile, kind of like my dog does when I talk to her for no reason.  But, just like my dog, I've come to understand a little bit of what the Baby Jesus says to me.  He's often prophetic and mostly he showers me with love.

One night, I was on the beach and I looked back behind me and I only saw one set of footprints in the sand.  I knew Baby Jesus wasn't a Tusken Raider, so I implored him for an answer.  He explained to me that at times, when bad things happen, it's because he had to choose between the lesser of two evils.  That night, he chose to walk behind me and only step in my footprints (side note, you'd be surprised how delicate and tiny his feet are), rather than forge his own path and risk stepping on a needle or some broken glass.

So, when I think back on it, Honey Boo Boo isn't so bad.  You never know, Baby Jesus's choice might have been between letting loose upon the Earth Honey Boo Boo or the resurrection of Hitler.  Joke all you want, but I'd take six million Honey Boo Boos over a zombie Hitler, any day.
 
2013-09-05 07:44:02 PM  

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: GungFu: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: I've got a side bet going that says the Honey Boo Boo girl will blow her brains out before she's 18.


Amazingly, I see nothing that would indicate that would ever happen.
They are an incredibly supportive and loving family, believe it or not.

Most likely, she'll live to middle-age and die of obesity complications. Mama June's longevity will reflect more accurately just how long the kids will live.

My theory isn't from the family side. It's from the school side. Middle school kids are absolute bloodthirsty, and the second she stops being cute/weird/a child, the TV money dries up. In a small rural area, she becomes the girl who used to be Honey Boo Boo.

The parents who love her so much should never have allowed this travesty to happen.



Nah, I don't think you've really watched the show. It may have her name on it but the show really isn't about her. Maybe in the first series, it focused more on her pageants and stuff, but the all the while, her family played a very large part in them. And that's now pretty much the angle for the 2nd series.
As for the ego of being cute/ weird and shiat - I think given where they live, they are pretty normal, I'd imagine. And what tv money? It's in a bank. They, especially Mama June, is as thrifty as they come and there's no trappings on fame nor fortune on show at all.

I understand that they would appear to be an easy target to think they would self-implode because of this tv show and the recognition garnered from it, and being the Southern rednecky people they are, however, I think if you keep an open mind, you'll find that they are very stable as a family - in their own peculiar way.

They just got to be more healthy. It is their fattiness that will fark them up in the long run.
 
2013-09-05 07:46:07 PM  

GungFu: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: GungFu: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: I've got a side bet going that says the Honey Boo Boo girl will blow her brains out before she's 18.


Amazingly, I see nothing that would indicate that would ever happen.
They are an incredibly supportive and loving family, believe it or not.

Most likely, she'll live to middle-age and die of obesity complications. Mama June's longevity will reflect more accurately just how long the kids will live.

My theory isn't from the family side. It's from the school side. Middle school kids are absolute bloodthirsty, and the second she stops being cute/weird/a child, the TV money dries up. In a small rural area, she becomes the girl who used to be Honey Boo Boo.

The parents who love her so much should never have allowed this travesty to happen.


Nah, I don't think you've really watched the show. It may have her name on it but the show really isn't about her. Maybe in the first series, it focused more on her pageants and stuff, but the all the while, her family played a very large part in them. And that's now pretty much the angle for the 2nd series.
As for the ego of being cute/ weird and shiat - I think given where they live, they are pretty normal, I'd imagine. And what tv money? It's in a bank. They, especially Mama June, is as thrifty as they come and there's no trappings on fame nor fortune on show at all.

I understand that they would appear to be an easy target to think they would self-implode because of this tv show and the recognition garnered from it, and being the Southern rednecky people they are, however, I think if you keep an open mind, you'll find that they are very stable as a family - in their own peculiar way.

They just got to be more healthy. It is their fattiness that will fark them up in the long run.


That's extremely reasonable and well thought out. Why the **** are you posting on Fark?
 
2013-09-05 07:46:27 PM  
Thanks for the link directly to the printable version.

I appreciate having to cancel the print operation.

That's some desparation to get a green light right there.
 
2013-09-05 08:06:17 PM  
The saddest part is that intelligence challenged parents will flock to this atrocity. What happens 10 years from now when they realize the poor child did not properly block this from memory? There's gonna be a whole lot of hating going on. Either that, or the kid will be dead from a heart attack.
 
2013-09-05 08:11:09 PM  

GungFu: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: GungFu: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: I've got a side bet going that says the Honey Boo Boo girl will blow her brains out before she's 18.


Amazingly, I see nothing that would indicate that would ever happen.
They are an incredibly supportive and loving family, believe it or not.

Most likely, she'll live to middle-age and die of obesity complications. Mama June's longevity will reflect more accurately just how long the kids will live.

My theory isn't from the family side. It's from the school side. Middle school kids are absolute bloodthirsty, and the second she stops being cute/weird/a child, the TV money dries up. In a small rural area, she becomes the girl who used to be Honey Boo Boo.

The parents who love her so much should never have allowed this travesty to happen.


Nah, I don't think you've really watched the show. It may have her name on it but the show really isn't about her. Maybe in the first series, it focused more on her pageants and stuff, but the all the while, her family played a very large part in them. And that's now pretty much the angle for the 2nd series.
As for the ego of being cute/ weird and shiat - I think given where they live, they are pretty normal, I'd imagine. And what tv money? It's in a bank. They, especially Mama June, is as thrifty as they come and there's no trappings on fame nor fortune on show at all.

I understand that they would appear to be an easy target to think they would self-implode because of this tv show and the recognition garnered from it, and being the Southern rednecky people they are, however, I think if you keep an open mind, you'll find that they are very stable as a family - in their own peculiar way.

They just got to be more healthy. It is their fattiness that will fark them up in the long run.


Okay but I am not giving up on the teen pregnancy. Book it.
 
2013-09-05 08:19:07 PM  

Boo_Guy: I found this while searching for an attention whore picture and felt it was my duty to share;
[i151.photobucket.com image 550x450]


We need another angle on that photo.
 
2013-09-05 08:20:34 PM  

MrHappyRotter: . You never know, Baby Jesus's choice might have been between letting loose upon the Earth Honey Boo Boo or the resurrection of Hitler.


Interestingly enough, that's just who she bumped from The Learning Channel.
 
2013-09-05 08:26:48 PM  

CynicalLA: Boo_Guy: I found this while searching for an attention whore picture and felt it was my duty to share;
[i151.photobucket.com image 550x450]

We need another angle on that photo.


Why would you want to see whats on the right side of the bus?
 
2013-09-05 08:28:58 PM  

TomD9938: MrHappyRotter: . You never know, Baby Jesus's choice might have been between letting loose upon the Earth Honey Boo Boo or the resurrection of Hitler.

Interestingly enough, that's just who she bumped from The Learning Channel.


Prophecy fulfilled
 
2013-09-05 08:46:33 PM  

poison_amy: farkinglizardking: poison_amy: base935: Oh, how the Discovery  Learning Channel has fallen...

I've found out recently that TLC, History, and the Military channel are all owned by the same company as Discovery channel, which explains why they all went downhill together.

Wow..  that actually explains, well, everything.



And they are all based in...get ready for it...Fairfax, Va, right outside of DC.
/explains a lot
 
2013-09-05 09:15:55 PM  

farkinglizardking: poison_amy: farkinglizardking: poison_amy: base935: Oh, how the Discovery  Learning Channel has fallen...

I've found out recently that TLC, History, and the Military channel are all owned by the same company as Discovery channel, which explains why they all went downhill together.

Wow..  that actually explains, well, everything.

It's pretty sad. Ten years ago, when I was in high school, I loved watching the History channel. Informative stuff on ancient Rome and the middle ages.

Now we have Ancient Aliens.... sigh


stop it. at least Ancient Aliens is fun fodder for those without minds that are bolted shut, willing to use their imagination and ask What If. you could scan a night of TV and easily find 25 shows that are borderline exploitation of mentally retarded people for fun and profit. Ancient Aliens is quality programming by comparison. remember when A&E stood for 'Arts & Entertainment'?
 
2013-09-05 10:01:05 PM  
You guys are hating on Honey Boo Boo and her family, but they actually care about each other.  You should watch an episode or two.

The family below on the otherhand, would sell each other out for a nickel.

doblelol.com
 
2013-09-05 10:11:45 PM  

KrispyKritter: farkinglizardking: poison_amy: farkinglizardking: poison_amy: base935: Oh, how the Discovery  Learning Channel has fallen...

I've found out recently that TLC, History, and the Military channel are all owned by the same company as Discovery channel, which explains why they all went downhill together.

Wow..  that actually explains, well, everything.

It's pretty sad. Ten years ago, when I was in high school, I loved watching the History channel. Informative stuff on ancient Rome and the middle ages.

Now we have Ancient Aliens.... sigh

stop it. at least Ancient Aliens is fun fodder for those without minds that are bolted shut, willing to use their imagination and ask What If. you could scan a night of TV and easily find 25 shows that are borderline exploitation of mentally retarded people for fun and profit. Ancient Aliens is quality programming by comparison. remember when A&E stood for 'Arts & Entertainment'?


I can't say I disagree about the other channels. I'm just longing for the days when these channels (History, discovery) aired shows about, you know... history, science, etc.. Not fringe theories that have almost no factual basis behind them.

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/5/4590706/discovery-starts-shark-week -w ith-fake-megalodon-documentary
 
2013-09-05 11:39:19 PM  
www.allamericanblogger.com
 
2013-09-06 04:20:09 AM  
Brock's dub version. It all you'll need to know about Honey Boo Boo.

I once knew a boy named Boo Boo.
 
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