Sunday, August 28, 2005

MTV wins again

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My Super Sweet 16 has one again demonstrated to today's youth that your parents can be manipulated, tricked, coerced, threatened, humiliated, trained....directly in front of half the nation.

People talk about the spoiled brat kids on the show, but really, what 16 year old wouldn't accept a brand new luxury car of their choice, along with a party in the six figure range. C'mon, it's not the kids that we should question here, it's the foolish parents.

Hats off to MTV for creating a show that did exactly what it intended --- made fools of the adults! Applause, applause.

dena at 6:08 PM

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at 6:37 PM Blogger Blond Girl said...

Hi! Michele sent me. Nice tiara.

 
at 6:38 PM Blogger Blond Girl said...

Oh, and I won't let my daughter see anything that portrays parents as fools. I want her to retain respect as long as possible... If possible!

 
at 6:58 PM Anonymous moonbatty said...

Hello, Michele sent me.

Jeez. Parents are really puppets to their kids today, eh? Darned teen-targeted advertising.

 
at 8:29 PM Blogger Yaeli said...

Hiya! I've come via michele's.
I suspect that it isn't MTV fault for portraying the parents as idiots... it the parents fault for BEING idiots. There are some dumb people in this world, and they always wonder why stuff comes back to bite them in the butt.

Let's hear it for the intelligent population of the world!!!

BTW: Great blog!

 
at 9:10 PM Blogger MommaK said...

I've never seen the show which is good because it sounds like I would hate it. Teenage reality shows, no thanks. Like I need more of that reality...

 
at 9:11 PM Blogger ~Cathy~ said...

Michelle sent me.... but I'd a come anyways!! :)

I just went to a party for my niece who turned 16 today!

 
at 11:42 AM Blogger soapbox.SUPERSTAR said...

Umm, I was going to throw Kaiden one of those. Dang.

 
at 1:51 PM Blogger Easy said...

I don't need any help looking like an idiot to my kids, thank-you-very-much. I'm doing just fine on my own.

 
at 9:06 PM Blogger Trinity13 said...

Hmmm, I hadn't even heard of the show before.

But you're right, it's the parents fault that the kids are the way they are.

Btw, Michele sent me!

 

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