Here comes Honey No-No sounds about right to me.
TLC Network’s show “Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo,” is a joke.
Alana, which is Honey Boo-Boo’s birth name, is a 7-year-old pagent girl from Georgia.
She was on the televesion show “Toddlers in Tiaras” and stood out so much the network sponsered her own show.
That was their first mistake.
Alana’s family is just about as white-trash as you could possibly get; giving a bad name to the white famlies whom actually live normally in the state of Georgia.
This television show was the worst thing to be placed on television in a long time.
Why would a network support her and her family showing off their dirty and vile habits of living and acting on television?
We are supporting her, which is the next big problem.
Not only does the family gross me out to watch, but the things they say are just as bad.
June or “Mama” is about as disgusting as you can get in my opinion.
She teaches her children that it is funny to go to the “Department store” or in reality, the dupster, to look for clothing and other supplies.
Mama is an obese woman and is letting her children think it is OK for them to be overweight also.
“Chubbs” or Jessica, told us all that her goal is to gain 70 pounds over the summer.
She thinks this is OK because her mother supports this.
What 15-year-old girl would want to gain 70 pounds?
This is all sick to me.
The family washes their hair in the sink, they dumpster dive, have no table manners or any manners for that matter and they are being supported on television.
“Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo” is one of those shows that you hate and do not want to watch, but for some reason when it is on you cannot look away.
I know that I and my roommates are intrigued with how people could actually live, talk and act like Alana’s family does — and be supported and considered a celebrity.
Their family makes fools out of themselves in public and they just do not care.
I respect the fact that they do not care what people think about them, and hey, if you are getting paid to think like that, more power to you, but this is a little out of hand.
Alana’s family consists of her mother and her three daughters.
“Sugar Bear” or Mike Thompson, is only Alana’s father and he is not married to Mama.
Not that I have a problem with this, but it just ads to the image of a white trash family living in Georgia with three daughters of all different fathers.
I have no problem with this, but Sugar Bear is just as repulsive to me as the others.
We support this kind of thing in our world for entertaiment purposes.
And I find that horrible.
Since when was watching a funny show on Comedy Central or a crime show like NCIS not enough for us?
We have resorted to supporting and sponsoring people like Alana’s family to provide us with entertainment, when we should not be condoning the kind of behavior the family has.
Sure there are times when we laugh at the show, but is that really because it is funny, or because it is just unreal to be watching.
All I know is that something like this is a waste of time to watch and it is killing our brain cells.
The only thing I can take positively out of “Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo” is that I am now more grateful for my appearence, mind, family and good hygiene.
As Honey Boo-Boo says, “you better recognize,” that we’re supporting something that is what I like to call a form of child abuse.
Letting your children become obese with poor hygiene is no way to get yourself on television.
But in this society, I guess that is what it takes sometimes.