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Snarky McSnarky

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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    Jenelle looking for attention and sympathy again.
  3. “Unless you hear it from me, then it’s simply a rumor,” she tweeted at the time. “I am in negotiations.” A week later, Vicki confirmed that she was shooting scenes for the series, but she never officially revealed her role. OK, Vicki. Maybe these will help you figure it out:
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    Amber: A Rill Woman Goes to Gel

    Checking the Urban Dictionary, I found this definition: Often mistaken for a role model, the romodel will outshine you in everything you do, and probably talk about you behind your back. Also, they sweat glitter. "he is such a good romodel for children" https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=romodel
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    Amber: A Rill Woman Goes to Gel

    Child support? I thought he was making thousands of dollars per hour in the Foreign Exchange market and Day Trading and all kinds of stuff we ordinary people know nothing about. Could it be that he and Amber are BOTH full of shit?
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    From The Hollywood Gossip: In a new video David shared on his YouTube channel, he introduces the puppies - two Anatolian Shepherds named Buddy and Junior. In his caption, he explained that "Recently we had to find a better way of protecting our chickens and livestock." Livestock? So now he's Ben Cartwright with a herd of cattle on the Ponderosa? What an ass. https://www.thehollywoodgossip.com/videos/jenelle-evans-and-david-eason-surprise-weve-got-new-dogs/ Some delusional clown posted on the YouTube video: "Beautiful!! The kids are extremely lucky to be able to grow up learning how to farm and being able to have so many beautiful animals! Keep doing your thing u guys are showing the kids to fight for what you love and believe in!!"
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    Jenelle: Birther Of 3, Mother To None

    I can't confirm, but they just love shoving this kind of shit in everyone's face. So it's probably true. What's another couple of disposable dogs to those two?
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    Farrah

    Looks that way. But it is immortalized on Reddit.
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    Farrah

    A Tweet from Simon:
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    Amber: A Rill Woman Goes to Gel

    Maci and Taylor might want to expand their T-shirt line to include something besides Things That Matter...
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    Gary: The original Belden Lineman

    Then there's Adam...
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    Amber: A Rill Woman Goes to Gel

    It's OK. The machete is in "the industry." It's also a day trader. Those of us who are not in "the industry" and don't trade stocks all day long would not understand.
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    Gary: The original Belden Lineman

    OK, thanks. I didn't see that photo anywhere! From The Ashley: "In the photos, Gary appears slimmer, and is carrying his firearm in a holster on his hip." https://www.theashleysrealityroundup.com/2019/07/02/teen-mom-og-dad-gary-shirley-officially-sworn-in-as-indiana-police-officer
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    Gary: The original Belden Lineman

    I must be blind. Articles refer to him wearing a firearm in a holster on his hip in the photo. I don't see a firearm, a holster, or even a belt. Maybe there's more than one photo out there.
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    Gary: The original Belden Lineman

    So Gary may have simply completed 40 hours of training? Kristina should have clarified, or just said nothing at all. In Indiana, reserve officers are required to complete 40 hours of basic training, as well as 24 hours of continuing in-service training each year. In comparison, paid, full-time city police officers must finish a 600-hour training course administered by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in addition to the basic training, followed by the same yearly 24 hours of in-service training.
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