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Next we are visiting “Crazy Tony” and according to June, there is no telling what is going to happen. That basically means that “Crazy Tony” is either looking for a spinoff or trying to get customers for his “Muddin’ Theme Park Business.”
If you grew up in an actual rural area, you know that playing in the mud is fun. At least, that is what I believed before I knew anything about bacteria and germs. And, even though my “playing in the mud” experience is kind of limited to making mud pies, it still would have been cool to ride through an awesome mud puddle on a 4-wheeler when I was a kid. Since I’m old, I have no idea whether or not being hung upside down in harness farmers use to drain livestock is fun or not. But “Crazy Tony” has one of those too:
While Alana simply describes him as crazy, I describe him as part crazy, part country, and large parts attention whore.
After watching Tony show off, we see the family having fun in the mud on the 4-wheelers. And I know that only a certain segment of the population with see these scenes and think that it looks like fun. But, still it looks like a lot of fun.
Sugar Bear is going to be Santa and as they are getting out his costume, I am disturbed by the knowledge that June has a Santa Clause fetish. Actually, the idea of June as a sexual being truly disturbs my entire belief system.
How does he have three different Santa costumes? Nevermind. I don’t want to know. June’s love of him in Santa clothing has totally upset my whole world.
Anyway, it’s a total redneck Christmas in July!
Sugar Bear patiently listens to all the neighborhood kids tell him what they want for Christmas. They take in canned goods and it’s cute because he never breaks character, no matter what the kids ask him.
Alana seems to think that Elvis is the same thing as an Elf that works for Santa. She even explains how Elvis makes the toys to a curious production assistant.
They had a dozen or so kids show up with canned goods and toys, so it was worth it.
Two hours after they shut down, Chickadee starts having contractions. She is six weeks early and scared, and it’s upsetting to see. But, we will have to find out what happens next week.
SPOILER: Congrats to Chickadee and baby Kaitlin!