I had a mountain of laundry yesterday. I seriously did not fold a thing for two weeks because I wanted the kids to notice what I did. No one said a thing, but I noticed it was getting more difficult for them to get dressed in the morning. The laundry room looked like something out of "Hoarders" -- yesterday, was the day and the new Anderson was on tv. He had "Honey Boo Boo" and "Tan Mom" -- I tweeted through GetGlue how excited I was for tacky TV and my Anderson back and someone said back to me, "I thought more of Anderson, but if that's what the masses want..."
Oh, snap! How rude. I mean, she wrote it TO me specifically. Who does that? I, like most Americans including Anderson, enjoy shallow television. If you want something deep, I suggest you tune into your local PBS station and educate yourself during the day. But as for me? I'm sorry, but while I'm doing laundry, I want mindless crap and I make no apologies for that.
I love that little Honey Boo Boo. How can you not love a child who goes into a BBQ place and asks why her sides can't be meat?
I think Alana (Honey Boo Boo) has a lot more love in her household than a lot of children and people can talk until they're blue in the face about how "abused" she is, but I think a lot of kids on Manhattan's Upper East Side would love to have a day where they are number one in their parents' lives. First off, June can't be a terrible mother. She has raised HOW many kids five feet from the train tracks? That right there is an accomplishment in parenting.
And I wish I had 1/10th of June's ability to shop. Have you seen her grocery shelves in the house? That is impressive. Granted, I don't want to look at feminine pads from the dinner table, but I can admire her prowess just the same.
Maybe Honey will grow up and be a high-powered lawyer. Maybe she's happy riding on her ATV in mud bogs and eating pork rinds? I don't know, these people seem a LOT happier to me and contented in life than the people judging them.
And by the way, Anderson retweeted me. Not the snarky chick. Just sayin'