The camel comes over to the car and after Jurassic-Parking the kids in the car through the sunroof, it tries to tear off the headrest of the seat, then just grabs the sack of feed right off the passenger seat. Did the camera operator get hazard pay for this? They finally close up the windows.
But not before Bachelor #2 makes his appearance.
You know what would have been awesome? If one of the animals had bitten off Elesha’s hand so she could wear a hook for real! She totally would have won the competition. Second best thing would have been if the camel had spit in the car. That would just be a stain that kept on giving.
Daisy is at dance class with a teacher who has the biggest, whitest bouffant of any dancer outside of Appalachia. Daisy kicks ass solidly in practice – she is fantastic! Teacher is fantastic in her coaching! Mom is upbeat, although should really replace “theirself” with “themselves” or “herself.” But she is so positive and upbeat, it’s hard for me to be a hater here. I’m not saying we should invite her out drinking just yet, but let’s put her on the waiting list, how’s that?
Everything’s bigger in Texas.
Daisy tells us how the different types of dance help her with pageants, and ends with, “Ballet helps me with my beauty, because…you know,” and she cocks her head like we all should know. I’m not sure she knows. I’m not sure I do either.
April says Daisy has soul and she’s like, “What’s ‘soul’?” It’s what you and your mom have which is why you are so nice. And why I’m now moving over to write about Clueless Beth. Because I don’t have one.
Beth is sitting in her garage with a pirate hat on as she tells us the whole family has “a thing” about pirates. Brother Zachary, 7, now has a pirate hat and eye patch and is telling Elesha to start her practicing. Beth says she does the bulk of the coaching but Zachary “fine tunes it.” How do you fine tune crap?
They should use this photo for their Coaches of the Year award.
Beth tells us that she’s just gone off of things she’s seen on TV (clearly she’s not watching T&T, though, or she’d know better). Elesha walks like she’s trying real hard to stay on a straight line and she has this weird thing where she seems to put her belly first, then her body follows it. It’s like she thinks she’s being graceful and smooth and really she looks like she’s got 24 hour Parkinson’s.
It’s like that belly has a mind of its own. I have one of those around pizza.
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