Pageant day in Atlanta, Georgia! So we see an overview of girls and I’m pretty sure I saw Paisley, but she wasn’t picking her nose so I’m not sure…a break dancing weight lifter, and a few runny noses.
What a way to spend a weekend!
Pageant Emcee Angie tells us Alana is fun because she shows us the “untrained side” of things and she can be a lot of fun. That was diplomatic not so much, was it?
Although she has a point…I hope that elevator gets jammed between floors.
In Destiny’s room, there’s a crisis and at first I couldn’t figure it out because they said they’d have to cut off her shirt…but I thought, why? Can’t it fit over her head – oh THERE’S the problem – her hair is almost done being curled and pulling the shirt over her head is going to RUIN EVERYTHING. Oops! Amateurs.
It’s the real world, get used to it!
Destiny is crying, saying she’s tired (wait until you’re an adult!) and grandma, who also seems to have some issues accessorizing, says they should have “went” to the store to buy some tranquilizers. LeAnne says Destiny is too sleepy and grandma is like DUH, it’s for US.
Wow, three generations of over-accessorizing in one room!
Alana interviews, “Tickle, tickle, tickle! The tickle toddler is here today.” Isn’t she six?
June is bragging to someone (their hair and makeup person?) that the flipper is someone’s granddaughter’s flipper…a three month old’s. The lady cracks up like she can’t believe June believes that bullshit.
The put the flipper in and it seems a little off. “My momma thinks she’s all that and a pack of crackers but she’s not.” Then she starts doing her Honey Boo Boo song and then again, she farts. What are they feeding her, Indian food?
While getting ready, she tells her momma she’s not her momma, she’s her auntie. What?!?! Then back in the interview area, post-fart, she says it’s stinks and it smells like “dookie.” Nothin’ but class, I tell ya.
She’s a sassy black redneck, what could be more classically ethnic?
Oh crap. Deseray is having her hair done by her mother and Deiry says, “If you’re comfortable, then I’m not doing my job right.” Deseray looks miserable. She says her twin sister who is helping today, Dari (which I’m guessing is spelled X3FT), is like her – they both like to be perfect in what they do. Lucky Deseray.
Foster parents, submit your applications to TVgasm, care of Flipit.
“People say you can’t be perfect but you can if you try hard enough,” Deiry says. Enjoy your daughter’s eating disorder as she, like ALL of us, is not perfect. And Deiry, you’re not perfect. You look bigger than a size 0, you seem to have the Kennedy horse teeth going on, and horror of horrors, you forgot WHAT?
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