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Over at Princerella’s store, Vikki and Emma are checking out dresses to see which one they want to take to the pageant. Emma likes the pink (doyeeeeee) while Vikki likes the black. Oh, Vikki, not black! It’s the pageant kiss of death! Also, they aren’t cupcake skirts, which I thought the girls had to wear until they were 10. I mean, the black dress is pretty, but that is a major no-no for pageants. I’m actually shocked to see one, shocked, and I now have the vapors and must rest.
When she’s supposed to try the black dress on, Emma locked herself in the bathroom and wouldn’t come out. Uh-huh. See, this is the point where I’d be leaving the store without her and good riddance. I’m sure Vikki’s ovaries are young enough to pop out another kid, come on. Or, I’d leave the store without buying a new dress and Emma wear something she already has. Little bitch.
Emma does make her case once her mother gets into the bathroom. “I don’t like the dress,” she states matter-of-factly. Well, okay, fine. This I’m okay with, the locking the bathroom door, I’m not. But she’s not being whiny at this point, she is merely stating her opinion, and I have to hand it to her, it’s not bratty. If she doesn’t like the dress, let her have the damn pink dress. Either way she’s going to grow out of it in like 2 months.
“You need to do what you need to do, so you’re not making me look like an idiot,” Vikki tells her, totally forgetting she has a MICROPHONE jammed up in her business, and now we all know who wears the pageant dress in this family – Emma.
Vikki tells us that her biggest challenge is keeping her temper down, especially when Emma becomes hard to deal with. You mean like from morning until night?
Emma does try on the black dress and she still doesn’t like it. “I’d rather wear a paper bag than this dress.” Tell us how you really feel. Vikki says there is no way Emma will win ultimate grand without the black dress. I think she’ll lose because she’s NOT PRACTICING.
Vikki is ready to pay when Emma brings up some outfit she wants her mother to buy. Her mother says she’ll only buy it if Emma wears the black dress. Emma agrees because she knows she only has to wear that stupid dress one or two times before she grows out of it, but the clothes she can wear once a week to school so yay! The black dress it is.