By Jenner | October 07, 2010 at 01:06 AM EDT | No Comments
Who meets a dude at Walmart?! Not saying it can't happen but you get why this is hilarious to me. Although, maybe it's just funny because of the Walmart I grew up around.
I have watched this show since they were 16 and Pregnant. I know call me a D-Bag, I'm totally fine with it. At least I can say I am a loyal D-Bag. My DVR is set to capture this chaos every Tuesday. However, this is where I draw the line.....putting these girls on the cover of US Weekly and People magazine. They have now glorified these girls lives and overshadowed their "reality" with fame by doing this. Yes, this show has developed a following. However, to be put on such an excessive media is taking it too far. It appears to teens every where that the fame makes these four girl's situations doable. When in all reality, we don't see the 24/7 365 days a year work that goes into being a mother. When I was that age I wasn't worried about my choices in life having to revolve around raising a child. I was only worried about boys and school, and in that exact order. Thank goodness the boys I was worried about I never decided to beat the sh*t out of even if they needed it, Amber. I mean dang Gary! Stand up for yourself and tell that B to gain some of her weight back because her head is starting to look like a damn float in the Macy's Day Parade.
I could comment on this show all day long because there is a lot of material to feed my comedic brain but here is one thing that needs to be left alone: Leave the teens to MTV and keep the tabloids to Brangelina's great adventure of traveling around the world to collect kids.