OMG A NEW POST???!!! How many decades ago was it when I made a new post about – something? LOL

Well I just had to write about this because its something that hit me the last couple weeks as I finally sat down and watched TV while being home sick.
Women and thier over masculine behavior on reality TV and why its so damn popular, amusing and accepted among the masses.

They have a bazillion shows (REALITY) in where women are acting straight fools. Fighting, cursing, acting like lunatic junior high school chicks with no upbrininging.

From Mob Wives, basketball Wives, Real Housewives of __________ (pick your city), bad girls club and the list goes on.

What is society trying to tell women? That its cute and acceptable to scream, curse, fight and act like you just had a BIG GULP from 7 eleven filled with testosterone???? So after viewing these horrid exampled of “womanhood” on television, I ventured to some of the twitter pages of these reality “celebrities” and when you look at the comments and the amount of fans and followers they have its plainly clear that women and men alike find their behavior acceptable and rewarding – so much that they have actual FANS.  And no, its not just one race  of women doing this. You can find these idiots on all ends of the racial spectrum acting like this in their perspective shows.

One twitter page from a chick who is on the Reality series “MOB WIVES” her twitter page description reads:


This is an adult woman with two young daughters!!! Talking like this. Unbelievable.

Our kids and girls of this generation do not stand a chance in hell to regain their femininity and womanhood with examples like this being displayed on Television.

Another show – basketball Wives – (none of these ghetto broads are even married to any basketball players), does a great job at showing how utterly sickening, immature and uncouth some Black women can be.

One of the wildabeasts on the show is an Amazonian loser named Tammy. She is a bully of maximum porportions and I sat and watched her bully this poor girl in the most sickening fashion. I mean it was actually heartbreaking to watch. I cannot BELIEVE in a time when BULLYING is at an all time high that literally there are campaigns and current public outcrys to end bullying that a television network would air such blatant bullying!

Just like Mob Wives, all these wildabeasts that think they were born “women” do is argue, fight and curse, argue, fight, curse …..

I mean really! It is so disheartening and sad at how women are portraying themselves on national television these days. There is no class or femininity whatsoever. It seems people today get off on watching women act like masculine crazies who fist fight and argue all the damn time.

R.I.P. Western femininity! Don’t know if I will ever see you again at this stage in the game. SMH

71 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Neecy
    May 24, 2012 @ 23:06:40

    YAY Finally a new discussion post!!!

    Lemme just add. I literally seen and experienced all that behavior in junior high and early parts of High school. The fact that adult women WITH CHILDREN are acting htis way is the most disheartening and sickening thing of it all!


  2. Marellus
    May 25, 2012 @ 01:49:49

    You owe me a beer.


  3. Marellus
    May 26, 2012 @ 07:05:38

    Oh ? You want to give me something more ? Neecy-deary, why, oh why, do I get the distinct impression that it involves lots of yelling on my part, and then lots of fatigue in the morning … you mean to make watch these TV shows don’t you ?


  4. zorroprimo
    May 26, 2012 @ 13:10:27

    Awesome post!! There have always been women who were never particularly interested in being feminine. Not really a problem, but when in the modern age we have magazines, TV shows and internet sites that literally denigrate and demean femininity, it marks the downfall of civilization.

    Fortunately, there are those who speak out against this, for younger women to take note. If you want to end up a tattoo-covered skank whose only hope for romance is a bed-hopping slimebag, just keep taking your cues from Jersey Shore and you’ll end up a single, bastard-raising baby mama on the public dole, too.


    • Neecy
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:09:17

      Glad I checked my spam file b/c this post somehow got in there – sowwy.

      But you are right Zorro. There are women who just are not particulalry feminine and sometimes its simply by nature. But not all un feminine women act like fools either. I always feel there are different levels of femininity for women and not all of us are soft delicate flowers. We fall of various extremes of the feminine line depnding on just who we are by nature, our environment we came from and/or were raised in, our cultures etc.

      HOWEVER, that doesn’t mean that a woman has to act crass and downright obnoxious either. Some of these women when I see how they act, I feel have never had a real man in thier lives.


    • omerta327
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 08:22:18

      Zorro: “If you want to end up a tattoo-covered skank whose only hope for romance is a bed-hopping slimebag, just keep taking your cues from Jersey Shore and you’ll end up a single, bastard-raising baby mama on the public dole, too.”

      Damn, man! Don’t hold back, tell us how you really feel!!! Love it!

      Neecy: “HOWEVER, that doesn’t mean that a woman has to act crass and downright obnoxious either. Some of these women when I see how they act, I feel have never had a real man in thier lives.”

      And that’s part of the problem. How many men act like ‘real men’ these days?

      And that’s not just my generation. Like Larry Fishburne said in Boyz ‘n’ the Hood, “Any fool with a dick can make a baby, but it takes a real man to raise his kids.”

      So simple and true, yet so lost on so may ‘men’ these days. Women, too – as I said below, it’s all about leading by example, and not enough people do it these days.

      To quote Neecy, “SMH”.


  5. zorroprimo
    May 26, 2012 @ 13:13:39

    “act like you just had a BIG GULP from 7 eleven filled with testosterone????”

    You are seriously getting good at this!


  6. Kiwiwriter
    May 26, 2012 @ 13:52:57

    I think no one is safe from being on a reality show


    • Neecy
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:12:26

      Hi Kiwi!

      I would say that sane people seem to be the safest from reality TV since we hardly ever see any on these shows. But then again I rarely watch television so….. When i do and its a reality TV show its usually one f the shows on histry channel or Discovery. I think there is a place for certain reality shows but the mor einteresting ones. i have to admit to loving the variety of fisherman reality shows. LOL


      • Kiwiwriter
        Jun 02, 2012 @ 16:45:54

        Well, I got 30 seconds on a reality show when they did “Brick City” about Newark, which had a few minutes of a conference in the Newark Communications Office, where I work, writing press releases. A previous documentary on Newark, “Street Fight,” about Cory Booker’s failed 2002 bid for Mayor, has a shot of the re-election spot my daughter did for Cory’s opponent, Sharpe James. (I survived the transition, either based on my ability or because I fooled somebody) So that’s my story, and I’m sticking to it.

        As far as reality shows I do watch, I look in on “Pawn Stars,” which is an interesting combination of “Trivial Pursuit” and “The Wealth of Nations.” However, I think the more popular ones, such as the “Real Housewives of Atlanta/New Jersey/New York/Hollywood/Muncie, Indiana are deliberately set up to have combustible people in conflict with one another, so people can laugh at the train wrecks.

        What I find interesting is that these reality shows are killing the soap operas, which used to rivet people for drama. But soap operas move at a glacial pace, and reality shows involve “real people” in situations that soap operas often can’t describe, due to censorship.


        • Neecy
          Jun 06, 2012 @ 09:31:07

          Hey again kiwi,

          That’s cool you were able to get your few seconds of fame on a reality show – LOL. Honestly the main ones that bug me are the ones with all the drama and fighting and stupidity. There are some good solid reality shows out there IMO, but for me they are only the ones that you’d find on History, Discovery or sometimes A & E. And usually they are focusing on a particular professoin (i.e. fisherman) or some other sort of dsocumentary informative type thing. Other than that all ther Housewives of _________, dating ones and any others where its completely poitnless TV I hate with a passion.

          You are right, reality TV is replacing soap operas. It seems Americans seem to thrive off of drama and when you throw the word “REALITY” in front of it, it seems more saliacious to those who enjoy this kind of stuff. In the beginning when reality TV first hit the scene i was much younger and I thought it was pretty cool idea. but its just so out of hand now. I never even liked soap operas even as a youngster. Also, I hate drama and I don’t have friends that like that kind of existence either.


          • Kiwiwriter
            Jun 06, 2012 @ 19:16:04

            Well, my wife very alertly points out that a reality show of “The Real Housewives of Newark” would be a procession of exhaustion and hard work with very little drama and glamour. Tonight the Science Channel had nothing but shows about people with unusual illnesses and how they survive…a man with enormous tumors on his face, a man born without legs, and so on.

            I suspect there’s a connection in your dislike of soap operas and reality shows, given that they offer viewers the same thing — combustible people in conflict. The difference is that soap operas center on impossible or drawn-out romances (the guy never marries the girl he loves) while reality shows center on impossible catfights.

            And the reality shows on the History Channel irritate me, too. What does “Swamp People,” “Ice Road Truckers,” and “Modern Marvels: The Zamboni” have to do with history? The only good thing I’ve seen on THC in years was their recent three-part mini-series “Hatfields & McCoys,” starring Kevin Costner as “Devil Anse” Hatfield and BIll Paxton as “Ran’el” McCoy, the patriarchs of the legendary feuding families. Shot in Romania, very well-written and acted, it was actually faithful to the history of the family feud. And unlike reality shows, these fights were real and had very real endings: people getting killed.

            I think “The Hunger Games” will eventually become a reality show.


            • Neecy
              Jun 07, 2012 @ 09:01:40

              Yeah i do think the history channel has felt they had no choice but to compete with A&E’s success with Deadliest Catch (fisherman shows) and other interesting profession that most people don’t know exist.

              God I have to admit I like watching swamp people! LOL I never knew that people actually went fishing for aligators. LOL. Just very interesting that this is how people make a living in the Bayou.

              I can deal witht hese reality shows b/c at least it *is* reality in that these are very non glamourous professions that are quite interesting.

              I would like to see History and Discovery channel do more documentaries on interesting topics as opposed to too many reality shows. I saw a good one on History channel a couple years ago about drugs and cocaine nad how they went from being widely used legal substances in thr USA to illegal substances. I love a good documentary.


              • Kiwiwriter
                Jun 07, 2012 @ 17:36:51

                Well, that’s a good point about doing reality shows about non-glamourous people and jobs, but I still don’t see how people hunting alligators are connected with history.

                I missed the documentary about how cocaine became illegal, but my grandfather, who was a pharmacist, wrote in his memoir, of growing up in the early 1900s and seeing drug addicts staggering around the Lower East Side at that time. They were hooked on cocaine and opium, which were perfectly legal, and there wasn’t much coverage in the news about it at the time.

                In 1938, when a number of drugs were made illegal, my grandfather was running his pharmacy in Manhattan’s Washington Heights, and my father, aged 10, had to take a boxful of now-illegal drugs down to the Federal Building on Whitehall Street for disposal. Dad remembered later that he reflected at the time on the high value of the drugs he was carrying on the subway train that day.


                • Neecy
                  Jun 08, 2012 @ 08:27:17

                  Well alligator huntin in the Bayous of Louisianna is historical and goes back many decades. A lot of the fishers come from a long generational line of family that has hunted alligators.

                  But yes the cocaine nad drug documentary was very very interesting. I also learned that “Coca – Cola” got its name b/c there was cocaine in it which was obviously a good thing back in its early days before they made it illegal for recreationa and medical usage.

                  Apparently the use of cocaine was for medical reasons and many doctors RX it (i guess this is where your grandfather comes in as a pharmacist).

                  Also, ecstacy was also a widely legally used drug in which many marriage counselors RX to their patients who were experiencing marital problems.

                  Of course people started abusing it and the gov’t stepped in and made it an illegal substance.

                  Its just interesting how these drugs are considered bad now but weren’t at a certain point in time.


                  • Kiwiwriter
                    Jun 09, 2012 @ 11:39:25

                    Yes, Cocaine was an ingredient in Coca-Cola, hence the name.

                    My favorite story on the subject of illegal drugs is when my father saw “Reefer Madness” under its original name, “Tell Your Children,” as a kid, as a “selected short subject” in the movie house in Washington Heights. After seeing the film, he was frightened by it, and reported to Grandpa on how dangerous “mari-huana” seemed to be. Grandpa was stunned by how Dad described how it would make you insane and kill people, as he knew the drug’s real effects.

                    Dad blurted out, “I’m never going to touch that stuff!”

                    Grandpa regained his poise, and said, “That’s good, son,” and left it at that.

                    When I saw the movie on tape with my future wife, as a young adult, we were both roaring with laughter at the over-acting.


                    • Neecy
                      Jun 09, 2012 @ 16:02:51

                      HA! Sounds like Grandpa knew what was *really* up. LOL

                    • Kiwiwriter
                      Jun 09, 2012 @ 16:56:38

                      Joe Lippman was a good guy. There was a black guy in the neighborhood, Eddie Green, who could not get work because of the Great Depression. Grandpa kept him on the payroll, doing odd jobs, and even offered to send him to pharmacy school. Instead, Eddie went to culinary school, and became the head chef on General Eisenhower’s train during the 1952 campaign. This was at a time when Grandpa and Grandma were flat broke themselves. After Grandpa sold the drug store, he went on working as a volunteer pharmacist at the VA hospital in The Bronx for a number of years.

  7. Omerta327
    May 27, 2012 @ 15:14:26

    Happy Memorial Day, kids.


  8. Omerta327
    May 27, 2012 @ 21:50:32

    Here’s a great Memorial Day song.
    Listen to the lyrics.


  9. zorroprimo
    May 28, 2012 @ 01:18:04

    @Omerta: You have utterly and totally made my Memorial Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  10. zorroprimo
    May 28, 2012 @ 16:53:10

    OT: http://www.jamesaltucher.com/2012/05/how-to-be-persistent-and-get-success/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    Altucher comes up with another fantastic post on how life works. Truly inspirational.


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  12. MK
    May 29, 2012 @ 18:05:44

    Agree 100% Neecy.
    All we can do is individually choose better behavior and class back one individual at a time.
    For me that means:
    Dressing with Mad Men like swagger at work (pocket linen is a must)
    Not letting that crap on my tvs
    Raising my kids with manners
    Shaming poor public behavior in a strategic manner


    • Sophia
      May 31, 2012 @ 18:26:03

      You listed some good behaviours and habits, MK. We should list what we do in order to maintain standards of decency and courtesy. On my end, I:

      – Don’t have a television thus limiting my exposure to garbage which includes most reality shows, the news, advertisements/consumerism and rubbish shows.

      – Don’t read or watch mainstream news shows hence limiting the propaganda shoved down people’s throats. It has been so long since I watched news shows that the first time I watched Bill O’Rielly I was appalled at the bombast, idiocy and mendacious lies coming out of his mouth (this is not related to his political beliefs at all but rather to his communication style).

      – Stopped purchasing and read beauty magazines in order not to be in thrall to ridiculous beauty standards.

      – Do read books. Lots of books. Usually borrowed from the library or used book stores.

      – Do read select newspapers, blogs and magazines online to keep up to date with current affairs, economic and international news analysis, general interest.

      – Do follow a few fashion and beauty blogs for inspiration, especially in regards to purchasing and tailoring fitted outfits, and new ideas for hair, make-up and skin care.

      – Do socialize with people who share similar values but different interests.

      – Do hang out with my family, relatives and friends, where being a decent, hospitable and kind person are of paramount importance. Being a loudmouth, physically aggressive, coarse, foul person is simply beyond the pale.

      By the way, do any of you actually KNOW people like those reality show people that Neecy listed in her post? I don’t.


      • Zorro
        Jun 01, 2012 @ 00:19:11

        There are days I can’t tell who is the biggest crap-spewing moron on TV: Bill O’Reilly, Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity. And I’m a Republican.


      • Neecy
        Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:22:30

        Great List Sophia. i do have to admit that I am a slave to the women’s magazines like In Style, Marie Claire, Glamour etc. But I can remove myself from the standard beauty ideals. Many Black women however, possibly can’t and should avoid too much propoganda that doesn’t include us or force feeds us other forms of standard of beauty. For me, I understand the root and I also am highly aware of my and the beauty of Black women so i read these mags with a grain of salt so to speak.

        But with television I am with you. I rarely watch it. When I do its more informative TV shows or old school sitcoms or fun loving movies. I love AMC which shows all of the old movies and movie stars. It seems movies back then had great themses and very solid messages.

        I could stand to read more for sure.

        honestly the last time i knew any women like the ones of the reality shows I spoke of was in junior High and High school. And they were not friends they were just girls in general that I had the misfortune of having to be bullied by or hated on. But I avoid women like this like the plague. They usually don’t bother me b/c I do not acknowledge them or put myself in their vicinity to interact woth them. So that is why i am shocked to see grown adult women in thier obvious late 30’s or 30’s in general actinbg like a bunch of trollops. That behavior was very common in junior high and high school.


      • omerta327
        Jun 01, 2012 @ 08:25:08

        “- Do hang out with my family, relatives and friends, where being a decent, hospitable and kind person are of paramount importance. Being a loudmouth, physically aggressive, coarse, foul person is simply beyond the pale.”



    • Neecy
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:14:39

      *WAVING* Hey MK!!

      Yes I believe at this juncture its all about an individual effort to try to maintain some kind of class and dignity. Its pretty hard though, when youa re swimming in a sea of crass obnoxious people with major issues. LOL


  13. MK
    May 29, 2012 @ 18:10:11

    Oh and since you said you have writer’s block my ideas for future posts:
    – What a woman’s religious actions say about a man’s prospects with her
    – Video blog entry (give it a go)
    – What a given suit type makes a woman think of the man wearing it (ala TD Jakes pimp pinstripes, Mad Men cool vibe, etc..
    – An epic 50 screen neecy like post explaining your absence and how many orgasms were involved.


    • Neecy
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:15:48

      Great ideas. but do you mean how a woman’s religious beliefs may affect how she interacts with potential men or how it can affect a man’s romatic potential with her?


      • MK
        Jun 01, 2012 @ 15:47:16

        Either really but more selfishly I’m more interested in the 2nd slant. Of course I have my theories already.


        • Neecy
          Jun 06, 2012 @ 09:23:15

          MmmmKay!!😉 Thanks for the idear I think its a really good one to address since I believe that religion or even spirituality can play a role in some women’s lives on how they chose (or don’t chose) a potenatial partner.


  14. Sophia
    May 31, 2012 @ 18:06:18

    Hey Neece…glad to see you writing again.

    This is an interesting topic. I think unrestrained capitalism which appeals to the lowest common denominator, combined with a society that has an over-developed sense of individuality, making everybody a special snowflake and thus immune to shaming and traditional social sanctions, all contribute to the coarsening of the culture and the behaviour you see.

    And not just in reality television. You see it in political discourse, sports, business and so many different aspects of life.

    It’s not just women, but everyone, although it is more startling to see women behaving like uncouth street urchins.

    What worries me is that American pop culture is excellent at exporting itself all over the globe and within a short time frame we will see this sort of behaviour everywhere.

    I’m sorry to say this but when I was living in the mid-West pretty much everyone could immediately tell I was not from there. And this was before I opened my mouth and spoke in my un-placeable accent. The way I carried myself, dressed and moved, set me (and some fellow “aliens”) apart from the population. Btw, it was only in the US that I was ever considered uber-feminine. I’m not really outstanding in other countries although I do admit to possessing my own brand of charm:-)

    Neece, as per the other blog, what you can focus on is to see how this can benefit you (us). We cannot change the culture and it’s coarse standards, but we can use it to enhance and set ourselves apart.

    Collectively, the images of these Basketball Wives do a lot of damage for black women, unfortunately, but individually speaking, the bar is set so low that when you, a feminine, fit, pretty, charming, slightly naughty black woman, present yourself in romantic, professional or social settings, the stack is decked in your favour. It’s too easy, really.


    • Neecy
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 02:27:21

      ITA! I think beause there are so many women who are uncooth and unfeminine acting that they would stand out in a favorable way – BUT ONLY IN CERTAIN SETTINGS. A woman who does not act like the typical Western unfemine woman who is in common general settings where there are more types of obnoxious un-feminine women, will often feel the brunt of pressure from those in that setting – even from men who will reward loud rude and obnoxious women b/c they outnumber the more feminine sane acting ones. I have seen and experienced it with my own eyes. Often thesre women are BULLIED (like the one poor girlk on the basketball wives show who was completely bullied b/c she is a more feminine, quiet non fighting type). This society does not reward feminien behavior and often times feminine women in certain situations can find themselves picked on and bullied by the more common un feminine types of women

      But i still agree that it will always work out favorably for any woman in a setting that embraces a more feminine ideal.


  15. omerta327
    Jun 01, 2012 @ 07:58:19

    Well, Neece, first we need to ask the question. Why are these types of shows so popular?

    How come more and more of these shows pollute our TV screens every year?

    Simple. Because people acting all good and decent and showing good manners makes for boring TV. It is what it is.

    I used to be annoyed by all these shows – now I just don’t even pay attention to them. It’s just “entertainment”, and I use that term veeerrryy loosely.

    Now, does it have an effect on how people conduct themselves? Maybe, but I don’t really see that, because I do my best to avoid it.

    The remedy to this is to lead by example – if any girl I’m around displays this kind of behavior, I make it clear it will NOT be tolerated. If you don’t like it, don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out, babycakes. And if any guy does the same, I just won’t associate with them.

    Anyone who apes the behavior they see on these shows is way too damn dumb for me to give a rat’s ass about anyway.

    And one more thing Neece. The women on these shows don’t act this way because they’re being overly masculine – they act like that because they’re being overly childish. Sort of a suspended state of adolescence. Same with men.


    • MK
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 15:49:29

      Well said. The other reason these shows have multiplied like the cancerous cells they are is that they are cheap to make so do not need a big audience to be profitable vs. real shows.


      • Omerta327
        Jun 02, 2012 @ 11:32:58

        Good point, MK. Reality shows are very cheap to produce and they generally pull in big advertising $$$. Networks almost have nothing to lose by throwing reality shows together.


    • Zorro
      Jun 01, 2012 @ 17:37:59

      I agree absolutely.

      Try this sometime: Get a DVD of The Andy Griffith Show and watch an episode, then immediately sit through an episode of Jersey Shore.

      Tell me that won’t make you want to poison the public water system for the good of all mankind. Our society is turning into an open sewer of vile filth. As sappy as Andy Griffith will seem to most people, I’d rather sit through that than a pack of high school dropouts getting tattoos, piercings and spewing foul garbage out of their piehole.

      But, hey, that’s just me. I’m just not hip, I guess.


  16. omerta327
    Jun 06, 2012 @ 07:53:29

    Once again this blog is in a coma.

    Where the hell is everyone?!?


    • Neecy
      Jun 06, 2012 @ 09:22:00

      Hey there! Sorry can’t post as often right now got a lot of things going on. But i am working on a couple new posts. One I am trying to decide to do is “are mixed people more beautiful” and another of MK’s suggestions. i am sure the first one will be quite controversial. Hehe!


      • omerta327
        Jun 06, 2012 @ 09:44:26

        There she is!

        Are mixed people more beautiful? Not necessarily. Beauty has nothing to do with skin color.


        • Neecy
          Jun 06, 2012 @ 10:12:30

          I agree. i am not saying I believe it to be true, but there has lately been an dinflux of surveys and such where people seem to believe that mixed raced automatically equals beautiful. Not only this, in real life African American women who are “mixed” are said to automaticaly be more “beautiful” than full blood Black women. Also I find Asisns are also culprits witht his mindset too. That HAPPAS (half White and Hlaf Asian mixtures) are considered to be more beautiful and smarter than pure Asians.

          So i wanted to vent or rather say how I felt about why people make these assinine assumptions.


          • omerta327
            Jun 07, 2012 @ 07:25:59

            I’ll tell you what. Let’s conduct an experiment.

            I’ll have wild, hot, passionate sex with Lanisha Cole, we’ll have a child, and we’ll see how beautiful it is.

            If Lanisha’s not available, I’ll take Rihanna, Meagan Good or Ciara instead.😉


            • Neecy
              Jun 07, 2012 @ 09:08:06

              Haha! Well I do have to say. If a mixed person takes the best of both races then yes they would have a 1 up on others in these instances. But that all depends on the parents and if they pass on their good genes or bad ones.

              Heck maybe me and Chris Evans could do an expirement and see the results?? Hmmmmm.😉


          • omerta327
            Jun 07, 2012 @ 07:37:03

            Oh, and throw in Zoe Saldana, Tatyana Ali, Tyra Banks, Kerry Washington, Kelita Smith…


  17. Matt
    Jun 06, 2012 @ 21:38:13

    Hi Neecy,

    Nicely written. I can’t agree with you more. Reality TV is a devil’s deal since most people see nothing wrong with indulging their basest of behaviour for the chance to make money.

    I can’t watch it without feeling a little dirty. …. Not in a good way either.😉


    • omerta327
      Jun 07, 2012 @ 07:40:35

      Well, it’s not ALL bad.

      For instance, I gotta admit, I’m a big fan of “Storage Wars” on A&E. That show is actually pretty cool.


    • Neecy
      Jun 07, 2012 @ 09:04:43

      MAAAATTTT! Is this the old Matt or a new Matt? LOL I never know bc so many different matt’s pop up on here.

      Anyway, yes i have my guilty no brainer reality indulgences like SWAMP PEOPLE. LOL But at least they are not fighting and acting crazy. they are just doing a verrrrrry interesting job – alligator fishing I mean who in the HAIL wants to fish for alligators in t he swamps? These people do and dammit i can’t get enough of it. LOL


  18. Emma the Emo
    Jun 25, 2012 @ 17:58:44

    I hate when women act like that. But I also hate men who do it too. Pointlessly aggressive individuals kill the good mood.


  19. Neecy
    Jun 25, 2012 @ 21:08:19

    Aggressiv epeople in general make me nervous and uncomfortable. I don’t understand why people have ro be so obnoxiously aggressive. They must have migranes at the end of each day with all that aggression. LOL


  20. Marellus
    Aug 30, 2012 @ 07:36:45

    Reblogged this on The Commenter and commented:
    You just gotta love this gal.


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