#HereComesHoneyBooBoo: Top Five Most Quotable Quotes From Fall Season.

27 Sep

Catch “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” on Wednesdays @ 10PM on TLC

TLC’s new hit reality series “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” is at the end of its first season.  Sadly, I’ve tuned in every Wednesday at 10 PM for the past few weeks since early August when the show premiered; not missing one episode.  If you’ve seen at least one episode of this show then you know that this is true entertainment (for all the wrong reasons).  Or, if you actually wanted to keep the brain cells that you would have lost by tuning in, and you’ve never seen “Honey Boo Boo” in action then check out the clip below.  one minute and seven seconds doesn’t compare to a whole half an hour of this “redneckognize craze” ; meaning your brain cells should be fine.

[The Return of Honey Boo Boo] via TLC

SO, in honor of the finale and the fact that TLC has already picked up the show for additional episodes, as well as three holiday specials including: Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, here are the top five quotes (it was so hard to limit it to five considering I found myself quoting the WHOLE show)  from the fall season of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo:

   “My name’s Alana and I’m speakin spanishhh. ‘Oh my door nutzzzzz!’ – Honey Boo Boo – Alana.

“Baby Kaitlyn arrived on the biscuit express!”  – Honey Boo Boo – Alana.

“Alana isn’t your normal pageant girl. These girls look like twigs.  She’s [Alana] is more like a log.” – Jessica – Alana’s sister.

” You betta redneckognize!” – Honey Boo Boo – Alana.

“I hope mama don’t eat Glizty [the pig], she eat everything else.” – Honey Boo Boo – Alana.


#RelationshipIssues101: Becoming Roommates w/ Your BF?

27 Sep

Due to certain circumstances the conversation about thee boyfriend and I living together came about. Talking about spending the rest of your life with someone does have the effect of signaling that alarm of wonder if wether or not you would actually be able to live with that person. Although it would be better to preview what you are getting into before you actually make a lifelong commitment, what’s really important is if it’s all worth it. Being in a relationship with someone is defiantly not the same thing as being “roommates” with them. You never really know someone until you live with them; could you handle sharing your space with your spouse? When it comes to me seeing myself with my boyfriend for the long haul I have no doubt, but I do fear that if we move in together (too soon) we will grow tired of each other and things may turn for the worst. It’s funny how such a simple question like “Want to be roommates?” can have such meaning, and how the answer to that simple question can cause such complicated issues. Help needed. — xoxo, Former Single Girl.


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