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  1. alabetser

    S06.E12: Whitney and Buddy Get Serious

    This dumb kiss better not mean we have to deal with another whole roller coaster of Heather pining over him.
  2. Seeing some of the houses on My 600 Lb Life, it would probably require hazard pay.
  3. I'm no hair expert but it seems like 9 days worth of oil and build-up wouldn't be great for extensions either. Far worse than gentle washing and combing. And like the hot tub thing, even if she does something gross, why is she announcing it to the world?! Girl has zero shame or self awareness.
  4. They're all basically a case study of arrested development/failure to launch. There's not one mature adult between them.
  5. alabetser

    S06.E08: Obsessive Habits

    Having to toddler crawl up those stairs seems like a lot more work than just normal walking steps to be honest. Use a walking stick maybe, because bending over and using your hands to balance seems like a lot more effort.
  6. alabetser

    S06.E08: Obsessive Habits

    I can't understand how someone doesn't step in and talk to them about how weird that is. They act like she's a foolhardy 16 year old, not a grown 35 year old women. If your elderly parents still need to supervise you well into adulthood (barring some kind of disability), you need to look at your life choices.
  7. alabetser

    S06.E08: Obsessive Habits

    Has anyone seen the British show "Secret Eaters"? The idea is overweight people claim to eat healthy but can't figure out why they weigh so much, so the host has PI's follow them for a few days and presents them with everything they eat on a daily basis. So many of them claim to only eat once a day but don't count drinks, snacks, or anything not eaten on a plate. My guess is Whitney is thinking that too. But just because you only count one meal a day doesn't mean your body isn't counting everything.
  8. Oh sure, act like this isn't totally weird at all... And if I remember correctly she's also excluding her cats.
  9. alabetser

    S06.E07: Big Girls Don't Cry

    Like a lot of things on this show, I'm 100% sure this is just for the story. She has to start showing an interest rock climbing so she can tackle something "fabulous" on her Alaska trip. For a reality show it's already too formulaic. She'll drop rock climbing the second the Alaska trip ends, like she did converting to Judaism, or adopting a baby, or any of her other crazy schemes.
  10. So the question has to be asked- Why doesn't he use his own copyrighted or free source music? It's not too expensive to buy a generic track from a local artist, and with his decent following he'd make that back easily. I also like the background dude in the blue jacket who looks generally weirded out by them. Did they really just go out and block a random trail to film?
  11. alabetser

    S06.E04: Big Girl, Little Bus

    Animal print was a poor choice. Also, how is there that much crack?(sorry to be vulgar)? She really needs to re-evaluate her underwear choices because even leggings shouldn't fit like that.
  12. alabetser

    S06.E02: If Heather Finds Out ...

    I agree. Whit was way over the top about it, but I would be shocked if I suddenly found out that news. It does seem odd that it would never come up. My parents love telling old stories about themselves, and not hearing that they were once previously married would be strange. My dad was married once before my Mom, but it was never a secret (they didn't have kids so it wouldn't have been unavoidable to talk about).
  13. My first thought was that it was some kind of therapist, but based of Whit's limitations I'm guessing it's an assisted living/personal care attendant type of job. Basically what we saw others doing at times, like putting on her shoes, rubbing ointment, shaving, helping her if she falls, etc. "Coach" sounds better than needing a care aid in her early 30s.
  14. alabetser

    S06.E01: Single, Fat and Crazy

    I don't mean to be discriminatory, but if a person can't physically care for themselves, I don't think it's a good idea for them to care for a baby. Especially if they don't have a partner that can carry the slack. Now I'm not advocating taking away a person's biological child without solid proof of neglect, but for adoption I think it's totally reasonable to look at if they are able to take care of a kid and turn them down if they can't. Being a little overweight or obese is unlikely to cause major issues, but Whitney in particular is far beyond that. Just on the show alone we've seen so many instances of relying on other people to put on shoes, shave her legs, put on ointment, help her out of the shower, pull her up from ski's, etc. There's no way she could adequately care for an active toddler. It doesn't really matter, because like the pregnancy storyline a few seasons ago I'm pretty sure this is all just for show and will get completely dropped after a few episodes.
  15. Her two front teeth are officially growing; I'm calling it. I've never seen someone with such a pronounced difference in teeth length. Also, that "shocked" face is the thing of nightmares, not just for her but both of them. It's such a ridiculous unflattering thing mimicking the dumb clickbait YouTube channels. I know it's suppose to be intentionally silly but it looks more psycho.