Alanna wants the pink dress, Sasha Fierce wants the purple one and Yolanda wants the white one. So they decide to get them all because military families are just rolling in the dough for keeping us free. “Daddy doesn’t have a say, he just needs to write the check,” Yolanda says. Marine dad needs to find a divorce attorney if this is the kind of disrespect he’s getting at home. Nothing worse than being in 2012 with a 1950s money-grubbing wife! God I hate women like this, they give the rest of us a bad name.
Thanks for risking your life for my freedom so you can turn around and pay for fluffy dresses.
The cash register rings and rings and rings and finally Jeffrey says, “What?!” when he sees the total. “You can’t put a price on beauty,” the shop owner says. Uh, I can, and it’s the price of a kid’s college education spent on frilly dresses that will only fit her for probably 3 months at most.
No price for beauty or my next vacation that you just paid for!
Damn, even the government isn’t that foolish with that kind of money…oh, wait…
Yolanda says for this pageant they’ve spent about $5,000. Jeffrey’s going to have to enlist for another 20 years to pay that off, although maybe he’ll go to Afghanistan where it’s less dangerous than being at home.
Poor guy never had a chance with this amount of estrogenital peer pressure.
Crap, I hate this kid. Kendyl has a new custom dress that doesn’t fit and is kind of a piece of crap with glue smeared on it and no snaps where there should be snaps. Matt is pissed and Jessica claims she sent the woman the right measurements. I have my doubts on that.
Jessica is worried because they are competing with people who are spending “the fifty thousands of dollars.” On a regional pageant? Eh, she might be right, pageant people are crazy. Matt says he worked his ass off for the $500 they spent on the dress and I have no doubt. It is just crisis after crisis.
That dress is a hotter mess than Jozy!
Pageant day! And that stage TOTALLY kicks ass, it is one of the best we’ve seen yet. My Derby hat is off to whoever had to paint and glitter those horses up.
Pageant Director Michael tells us this is the first year for the Kentucky Fresh Faces and what is interesting is their stage – it’s more of a red carpet situation, although I do see the stage is larger probably for categories we don’t see…we only see the girls coming down a walkway which is kind of a cool concept. Probably messed up a lot of the kids who practiced their T-walks, though.
Dreaming of the cabana boy who gave him that shell necklace.
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