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“Give Me Your Special Juice, Honey Boo Boo Child!”

If you haven’t watched this collection of clips from Toddlers & Tiaras yet, shame on you. If you have, watch it again.

Enjoy, honey boo-boo children!

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Comments

  1. Eric says:

    that mother is a pig.

    Alana is awesome though! little girl has a hell of a personality.

  2. ChrisT says:

    I don’t get how they can make a program about child abuse but ignore the child abuse aspects of it.

  3. monica says:

    I’m pretty sure Honey Boo Boo’s drink is vodka. lol on Steve’s comment. She DOES look like Kevin!!!

  4. Steve says:

    I’m not normally the person to say this, but the mom looks like Kevin from The Office.

  5. whitney says:

    This child has amazing comedic capabilities at her age. She’s aware of how funny she is. A young female Chris Farley. I do not feel we are laughing at her, I feel we are laughing with her.

    Yeah, it sucks that her mom is *weird but I don’t feel like her mom is making her do anything she doesn’t want to do, like some of the other girls on T&T.

  6. Jason says:

    They took the video off of youtube. Anyone have a link to it from another host?

  7. Bianca says:

    Because of these people is why the rest of the world thinks Americans are stupid.

    Now don’t get me started on the show…

  8. LeetheGirl says:

    This is seriously one of the most offensive shows I’ve ever seen. They’re brainwashing their children and dressing them up like their own living Barbie dolls. They start so early that the kids don’t even know what’s going on.

    It’s even worse than taking young children to church. Well… it’s almost worse. Wink.

  9. Jess says:

    Spoiler alert: the magic juice is mountain dew. Keep that up honey child and someday you’ll be as hot as your mama!
    (especially that face @ 4:32)

  10. Jessica says:

    The little girl is hilarious but her mom made me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

  11. PGCB says:

    I believe Natasha Leggero said it best when she said TLC should stand for “Toddlers, Lunatics, and Cake”.

  12. Ross G says:

    Personally I just look at this kind of thing, sigh a little bit at the state of the world and how this can happen, then thank God (Or whoever) that my family isn’t like that!

    Because in all honestly, isn’t that what that show is about?

    ‘Tonight on Toddlers & Tiaras, You think your parents are F*@ked up, check these people out, honey boo-boo child!’

  13. Spraynard Kruger says:

    Hilarious

  14. DefconDan says:

    Ok I made it to 1:13 before my digital self committed suicide. Someone get me Mr. Wizard!!!!!

  15. John T says:

    Honey Boo Boo better try and win the beauty pageants now, give her a few years and she’ll start to look like mommy =O

  16. Damien says:

    Everyone else is already saying what needs to be said about the horrible parenting. So ill be the one to point out that she also appears to be preparing to keep their buts clean long after the end of the world. Seriously is there any toilet paper and paper towels left at the local Wal-Mart?

  17. Abbey says:

    These pageants have been going on forever. And will continue to go on most likely (sadly). This show isn’t doing anything but really shedding light on it (I always heard of crazy pageant moms but didn’t think it was that bad till I watched the show). It’s a “I have to laugh or else I’ll cry” thing.

    but I like to think of this as the precursor to The Bad Girls Club

  18. Mike says:

    Is this show real real, or wrestling real?

  19. Still less frightening than Dance Moms. Seriously. Watch it.

  20. commonperson says:

    This just makes me weep inside, I mean that poor child is going to be so screwed up because of what her (and other pagent kids’ parents) are doing. I mean in and of them selves they aren’t evil any more than figure sakting or child acting is, it’s just the kinds of parents who rear their children to be this narcisistic (at six) are very sick. Also the “Cupon queen” is a study in what’s wrong with Western Society, I mean really all that paper towel?

    I just hope that kid and the kid from that Wife Swap show King Curtis one day grows up with the same sense of humour about her self as the kid from Trekkers otherwise they’re screwed.

  21. Bonnie says:

    I just can’t believe that Jabba the Hut has kidnapped this poor little girl, keeps her drugged up, and forces her to show off her midriff. She doesn’t even have toys – All she has to play with is Angel Soft and Brawny. I wish the rebel alliance could do something to stop this travesty.

  22. Matthew Burnside says:

    I try not to concentrate on the crimes against humanity and concentrate on the burp at the end.

  23. Dennis says:

    This is completely horrifying. The show producers, pageant organizers, and especially the parents need to take a cold hard look in the mirror and ask themselves why they work so hard to purposely destroy these children’s lives. I guess the next show will be about the misadventures of crack heads trying to raise children on the street. And all of the brain dead Americans will tune in to laugh at it.

  24. Mike says:

    All this show (Toddlers and Tiaras) manages to do is infuriate me. And this clip did just that… but instead of ragetyping I think I’ll just shake my head in utter disappointment for mankind.

  25. Amanda says:

    What? I don’t even know where to begin. I’ll just stare in disbelief, instead.

  26. fishismeat says:

    as a parent i find this offensive at the minimum. as a human being i think to allow a child to be exploited by anyone is unforgivable, let alone the person or persons charged with the child’s well-being. also i cant help but think that the people who promote this program are somewhat responsible for this child’s awful future.

  27. Eddue says:

    I watch a lot of awful things on television, but T&T is by far one of the worst things I have ever seen. Still, this kid needs a spin-off. Like, I need to know what she is doing for the rest of her life.