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26 minutes ago, MargeGunderson said:

Wow, Ariella not recognizing Mariah is sad. Are any of the kids close to each other that aren't full siblings?  

I think Areola likes Audrey better.  I can't blame her.

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3 minutes ago, DakotaJustice said:

I just threw up in my mouth a little. Stinky feet?!? Gag.

Well that confirms what we've all been thinking... Mariah stinks

I was kind of hoping that she just LOOKED stinky and didn't actually stink! 

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2 minutes ago, xwordfanatik said:

I think Areola likes Audrey better.  I can't blame her.

Kids and dogs are infallible when it comes to scoping out genuine.

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So not only does Janelle have digestive issues but also feet that smell like moldy cheese - no wonder Kody stuck her out in the country - maybe that is why it took so long to sell her house with the stank feet smell looming in the carpets. I doubt she will get her security deposit back from this place too

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On 2/9/2020 at 6:13 AM, TurtlePower said:

😂 🤣 Floundering manatee, that made my morning! 

The thing about Mariah is, aside from fans of the show and butt-kissers, she’s not that special a personality. In fact, she’s stale and bland (like those old potatoes she used).  There are so many things she could do to improve her videos—like wear clothes and keep her hair up while cooking (and learn to cook). 

I have nothing against SM influencers if they’ve got something interesting or approach it in a professional manner. Times change, so do ways to make income. Just don’t be mediocre about it (or greasy haired while cooking with your belly hanging out). 

Or, as the kids say, she's so basic.

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Mariah: "has anyone read any of these books? curious on your thoughts!"

She hasn't cracked any of the books - is she hoping followers will write her book reports for her?

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Yup.  She wants a synopsis of each book from her sycophants, so she won't have to crack open any of the books, and can bullshit her way through any tests that her program requires.

Lazy as shit.  Hey Pudge, why not just buy the Cliff's Notes?  What a tool.

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9 hours ago, MargeGunderson said:

Wow, Ariella not recognizing Mariah is sad. Are any of the kids close to each other that aren't full siblings?  

The thing I found odd is that she remembers who Audrey is and not Mariah, you’d think she see Mariah as much, if not more than Audrey or maybe Audrey actually is interacting with the child.

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1 hour ago, xwordfanatik said:

Yup.  She wants a synopsis of each book from her sycophants, so she won't have to crack open any of the books, and can bullshit her way through any tests that her program requires.

Lazy as shit.  Hey Pudge, why not just buy the Cliff's Notes?  What a tool.

Naw, too much trouble; she'll just go to Amazon or Goodreads for reviews.

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If  you believe for a hot second she's actually read Aristotle, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell you.

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3 hours ago, ginger90 said:

 

Reading her comment, all I have to say is she is trying way too hard to distance herself from her parents (or maybe just shock them).  Looks, sounds as phony as the rest of the clan.

 

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9 hours ago, Kohola3 said:

If  you believe for a hot second she's actually read Aristotle, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'd like to sell you.

Are you willing to trade it for a slightly-used hose?

 

10 hours ago, Irate Panda said:

The thing I found odd is that she remembers who Audrey is and not Mariah, you’d think she see Mariah as much, if not more than Audrey or maybe Audrey actually is interacting with the child.

I felt like that tweet from Kody was a passive-aggressive jab from Kody to Meri.  Why would a father put that out into the universe...that his beloved last daughter Ariabelliloa doesn't remember his Very Special Daughter Mariah?  That's actually kind of cruel and even if it's true, why let the world at large know about it?  To remind Meri that the only fruit of her womb is living so far away that the family is forgetting she exists? 

Plus Kody is a jerk and I think that literally everything that man puts out on social media is a passive-aggressive jab at someone, usually Meri.  

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Maybe just maybe Kody doesn't like smirky Meri or woken Mariah just as much as we can't stand them!

He's no Prince but those two are trying and as grandma used to say "would make a preacher cuss"!

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10 hours ago, JDAlexander said:

Reading her comment, all I have to say is she is trying way too hard to distance herself from her parents (or maybe just shock them).  Looks, sounds as phony as the rest of the clan.

 

All of those books look crisp and new, probably $300-350 worth in that stack.  I don't think she's pulling in that kind of money as an Influencer or her "donation only" yoga classes.  It may be safe to assume that Meri is providing her with the funds to enlighten herself, so she in turn, can sneer at the rest of the family for not being as Woke as herself.

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23 minutes ago, Sandy W said:

All of those books look crisp and new, probably $300-350 worth in that stack.  I don't think she's pulling in that kind of money as an Influencer or her "donation only" yoga classes.  It may be safe to assume that Meri is providing her with the funds to enlighten herself, so she in turn, can sneer at the rest of the family for not being as Woke as herself.

Ya know, I really want to like Mariah. She's finishing what she set out to do and did not drop college to get married. I like that, unlike certain other females of the family who discarded their dreams and goals. 

But, Mariah is a conceited jerk who thinks she knows it all. If she were more laid back, didn't take herself so damn seriously and admitted she's got a lot to learn in life, I just might like her. 

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1 hour ago, TurtlePower said:

But, Mariah is a conceited jerk who thinks she knows it all. If she were more laid back, didn't take herself so damn seriously and admitted she's got a lot to learn in life, I just might like her. 

THIS.  A lot of what she says is not all that outrageous.  I don't even think she's that much worse than a lot of her generation, but the constant posting of EVERYTHING she does, along with acting like it is so wonderful everyone MUST follow her example is exhausting.  (Seriously, I think we all know what coffee is.  Many of us have even HAD coffee in the past.  How many times can you photograph coffee and act like this is the most wonderful, fresh, woke, creative thing ever?)  As you say, a little bit of humor would not go awry.

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18 hours ago, deirdra said:

Mariah: "has anyone read any of these books? curious on your thoughts!"

She hasn't cracked any of the books - is she hoping followers will write her book reports for her?

Bwahahaha! Mariah's punkng us...has been since this semester began, with her pics of college buildings, reading lists, and open journals ever at the ready for her to jot down deep thoughts.  Deep hurting is more like it.  🙄😁

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10 minutes ago, Rabbit Hutch said:

Bwahahaha! Mariah's punkng us...has been since this semester began, with her pics of college buildings, reading lists, and open journals ever at the ready for her to jot down deep thoughts.  Deep hurting is more like it.  🙄😁

I know a university administrator who got a call from parents wondering how their boy was doing. He had to tell them that privacy laws prevented him from telling them anything and they should talk to their son. Apparently sonny had been kicked out for a year, but mommy had been dropping him off and picking him up for months.  In between he played a lot of pool & pinball while hanging out.  Some of the books in Mariah's untouched pile don't look like books in a Social Justice Warrior wanna be program. Just because she posted a pic of herself riding a bus doesn't mean she's going to school.  And yes, we've seen coffee and ridden buses before.

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Why is Mariah home so often for brunchy lunch on weekdays?  Doesn't she have classes to attend and interning to do?

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I don't know why, but that thumb ring annoys me, probably because I've never worn a ring on my thumbs.  

Why is posting her lunch worth posting?  I just don't get it.  We all eat lunch, big dill!

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4 hours ago, deirdra said:

Just because she posted a pic of herself riding a bus doesn't mean she's going to school.

I still maintain that's a total fiction.  She has umpteen pix of coffee and yoga and brunch and pensive poses but nothing to even indicate that she's on a college campus.  If she were really attending classes I would think she'd be sharing her deep thoughts about learning and knowledge.  Instead we get cooking "lessons".  Blergh.

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4 hours ago, deirdra said:

Why is Mariah home so often for brunchy lunch on weekdays?  Doesn't she have classes to attend and interning to do?

Right? Nowhere on the stupid humble -brag ‘I’m so busy and important’ schedule she once posted, was there room for leisurely brunches. What a fraud.

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Did she ever post pictures of herself on campus?  She certainly hasn't seemed to lately.  I wish someone would support me so I could navel-gaze and eat large brunches and do rudimentary yoga.

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Getting a Master's doesn't involve class schedules like undergrad or even grad school...

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37 minutes ago, Elbow said:

Getting a Master's doesn't involve class schedules like undergrad or even grad school...

But is does involve a lot of work!  I certainly didn't have time to spend mornings & afternoons going to coffeeshops and making cooking & yoga videos. 

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3 minutes ago, deirdra said:

But is does involve a lot of work! 

Silly you!  Princess Snowflake declared that it is just a lot of "reading and thinking".  Guess you made it harder than it had to be.

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1 hour ago, deirdra said:

But is does involve a lot of work!  I certainly didn't have time to spend mornings & afternoons going to coffeeshops and making cooking & yoga videos. 

Drinking coffee, eating and exercising don't seem too outlandish of activities to work into a self-created schedule to me. She grew up on a reality show and her entire generation films every single thing they do, so, Mariah making the mundane public and preserved for posterity, also, seems simply part for the course. That she's, also, gotten herself certified as a yoga instructor lends more pragmatism to the yoga vids, i.e. something for potential clients to look at. 

I grew up in academia, my parents and step-parents and all of their friends and lovers were professors. It's not unusual for people to take their time completing these advanced degrees and it's, also, not unusual for people to drive themselves to nervous breakdowns by spending every waking moment working on their thesis until they collapse and are forced, for health reasons, to take time off. She seems to be working at a pace that works for her and is being careful to not get so one-track that she loses her psychological footing. It looks to me like she's learned some of the most important things her major could offer and is practicing what she'll be preaching as she gets those clinical hours in, which she very well may be doing right now.

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11 hours ago, DaphneCat said:

THIS (Seriously, I think we all know what coffee is.  Many of us have even HAD coffee in the past.  How many times can you photograph coffee and act like this is the most wonderful, fresh, woke, creative thing ever?)  As you say, a little bit of humor would not go awry.

 

8 hours ago, deirdra said:

Just because she posted a pic of herself riding a bus doesn't mean she's going to school.  And yes, we've seen coffee and ridden buses before.

Im sorry ya’ll.  I’m confused... what is this “coffee” that you speak of?   Is this a common thing?  🙄🙄

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58 minutes ago, tabloidlover said:

Im sorry ya’ll.  I’m confused... what is this “coffee” that you speak of?   Is this a common thing?  🙄🙄

It is a very important, woke, queer(or straight - coffee is very inclusive), socially conscious beverage.  Since every cup is a new, unique experience it is VERY important to regularly take pictures and post them on social media.  Coffee is also much better if it costs $5.00 a cup in a café rather than $.39 at home.

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58 minutes ago, tabloidlover said:

Im sorry ya’ll.  I’m confused... what is this “coffee” that you speak of?   Is this a common thing?  🙄🙄

It is the nectar of the gods.... best enjoyed black, in my opinion. One of my favourite quotes:
 

"What do you want?"
"Just coffee. Black - like my soul."

---Cassandra Clare

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19 hours ago, deirdra said:

"Some of the books in Mariah's untouched pile don't look like books in a Social Justice Warrior wanna be program".

Agreed.  I've partaken in several feminist theory courses, and Foucault was all the rage.  Aristotle was more in the areas of Western Civ., history, and philosophy. 

This was my experience, your mileage may vary.  😊

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I’m going to cut Mariah a little bit of slack, because I remember that feeling of being in college and being exposed to ideas outside of anything I had ever heard in my family or high school. I was probably insufferable early in my college years, quoting my philosophy and women’s studies professors like I was the first person to ever have those ideas. She was raised in a religious, patriarchal household, so to figure out you’re gay and to figure out you don’t agree with most of the principals on which you were raised AND to be surrounded by people supporting your new found belief system can be intoxicating. She’s a little older than I was when I got over my adolescent narcissism, but she’s also come of age A) as a reality show “star” with way more people interested in her than the average college student and B) in this age of social media where people share every minute thought they have and detail of their day. I was in college and grad school in the late 90s/early 00s, and I am so thankful that no internet record of my youthful arrogance exists! 
 

I also think she meant “grad school is just reading and thinking and talking” or whatever the quote was as a positive thing. There is definitely a stark difference when you get to grad school between what you get to do there and what you’re used to from undergrad. In undergrad, you’re still doing general education requirements, so even if your passion is social justice or whatever, you’re doing math tests and science labs and writing basic essays on basic texts. There is something magical about getting into a grad school class with just a professor and 8 other students and seeing the difference in the way you’re treated. You do get to dissect the texts and have deep discussions in which the professor wants your thoughts, not just for you to regurgitate theirs. It can be intoxicating. Did she oversimplify the work of grad school? For sure! My masters is in a field similar to what she’s doing, and it was hard work... but it was fun and exciting and invigorating in a way undergrad isn’t.

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6 minutes ago, truebluesmoky said:

I’m going to cut Mariah a little bit of slack, because I remember that feeling of being in college and being exposed to ideas outside of anything I had ever heard in my family or high school. I was probably insufferable early in my college years, quoting my philosophy and women’s studies professors like I was the first person to ever have those ideas. She was raised in a religious, patriarchal household, so to figure out you’re gay and to figure out you don’t agree with most of the principals on which you were raised AND to be surrounded by people supporting your new found belief system can be intoxicating. She’s a little older than I was when I got over my adolescent narcissism, but she’s also come of age A) as a reality show “star” with way more people interested in her than the average college student and B) in this age of social media where people share every minute thought they have and detail of their day. I was in college and grad school in the late 90s/early 00s, and I am so thankful that no internet record of my youthful arrogance exists! 
 

I also think she meant “grad school is just reading and thinking and talking” or whatever the quote was as a positive thing. There is definitely a stark difference when you get to grad school between what you get to do there and what you’re used to from undergrad. In undergrad, you’re still doing general education requirements, so even if your passion is social justice or whatever, you’re doing math tests and science labs and writing basic essays on basic texts. There is something magical about getting into a grad school class with just a professor and 8 other students and seeing the difference in the way you’re treated. You do get to dissect the texts and have deep discussions in which the professor wants your thoughts, not just for you to regurgitate theirs. It can be intoxicating. Did she oversimplify the work of grad school? For sure! My masters is in a field similar to what she’s doing, and it was hard work... but it was fun and exciting and invigorating in a way undergrad isn’t.

Good points. I sure hope she gets over her narcissism/know-it-all-ness because I do want to like her. Once you start to learn--really learn--you realize there's so much more to go and you become more humble about it. 

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1 hour ago, truebluesmoky said:

I’m going to cut Mariah a little bit of slack, because I remember that feeling of being in college and being exposed to ideas outside of anything I had ever heard in my family or high school. I was probably insufferable early in my college years, quoting my philosophy and women’s studies professors like I was the first person to ever have those ideas. She was raised in a religious, patriarchal household, so to figure out you’re gay and to figure out you don’t agree with most of the principals on which you were raised AND to be surrounded by people supporting your new found belief system can be intoxicating. She’s a little older than I was when I got over my adolescent narcissism, but she’s also come of age A) as a reality show “star” with way more people interested in her than the average college student and B) in this age of social media where people share every minute thought they have and detail of their day. I was in college and grad school in the late 90s/early 00s, and I am so thankful that no internet record of my youthful arrogance exists! 
 

I also think she meant “grad school is just reading and thinking and talking” or whatever the quote was as a positive thing. There is definitely a stark difference when you get to grad school between what you get to do there and what you’re used to from undergrad. In undergrad, you’re still doing general education requirements, so even if your passion is social justice or whatever, you’re doing math tests and science labs and writing basic essays on basic texts. There is something magical about getting into a grad school class with just a professor and 8 other students and seeing the difference in the way you’re treated. You do get to dissect the texts and have deep discussions in which the professor wants your thoughts, not just for you to regurgitate theirs. It can be intoxicating. Did she oversimplify the work of grad school? For sure! My masters is in a field similar to what she’s doing, and it was hard work... but it was fun and exciting and invigorating in a way undergrad isn’t.

 

1 hour ago, TurtlePower said:

Good points. I sure hope she gets over her narcissism/know-it-all-ness because I do want to like her. Once you start to learn--really learn--you realize there's so much more to go and you become more humble about it. 

I always remind myself that Mariah was the one child who was the most religious.  Going to special bible classes before school and being more dedicated than any of her siblings. Reading about Mormonism and the way it is expected to take over every aspect of your life (like any other fundamentalist or cult based ideology) I see that in the way Mariah shares and posts.  She has all her life had to declare her testimony and pray until she feels the spirit etc etc, and her life now is just the same, but with the student/gay twist. Now that she shed the Mormon title, she shares her testimony of books, yoga, coffee, preening over the stove. Every little moment of her life no longer has God's hand on it and she mentally just changed gears into the Church of Mariah (closely connected to, but not affiliated with the Independent Church of Kody Brown)

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2 hours ago, truebluesmoky said:

I’m going to cut Mariah a little bit of slack, because I remember that feeling of being in college and being exposed to ideas outside of anything I had ever heard in my family or high school. I was probably insufferable early in my college years, quoting my philosophy and women’s studies professors like I was the first person to ever have those ideas. She was raised in a religious, patriarchal household, so to figure out you’re gay and to figure out you don’t agree with most of the principals on which you were raised AND to be surrounded by people supporting your new found belief system can be intoxicating. She’s a little older than I was when I got over my adolescent narcissism, but she’s also come of age A) as a reality show “star” with way more people interested in her than the average college student and B) in this age of social media where people share every minute thought they have and detail of their day. I was in college and grad school in the late 90s/early 00s, and I am so thankful that no internet record of my youthful arrogance exists! 
 

I also think she meant “grad school is just reading and thinking and talking” or whatever the quote was as a positive thing. There is definitely a stark difference when you get to grad school between what you get to do there and what you’re used to from undergrad. In undergrad, you’re still doing general education requirements, so even if your passion is social justice or whatever, you’re doing math tests and science labs and writing basic essays on basic texts. There is something magical about getting into a grad school class with just a professor and 8 other students and seeing the difference in the way you’re treated. You do get to dissect the texts and have deep discussions in which the professor wants your thoughts, not just for you to regurgitate theirs. It can be intoxicating. Did she oversimplify the work of grad school? For sure! My masters is in a field similar to what she’s doing, and it was hard work... but it was fun and exciting and invigorating in a way undergrad isn’t.

 

2 hours ago, TurtlePower said:

Good points. I sure hope she gets over her narcissism/know-it-all-ness because I do want to like her. Once you start to learn--really learn--you realize there's so much more to go and you become more humble about it. 

 

9 minutes ago, Roslyn said:

 

I always remind myself that Mariah was the one child who was the most religious.  Going to special bible classes before school and being more dedicated than any of her siblings. Reading about Mormonism and the way it is expected to take over every aspect of your life (like any other fundamentalist or cult based ideology) I see that in the way Mariah shares and posts.  She has all her life had to declare her testimony and pray until she feels the spirit etc etc, and her life now is just the same, but with the student/gay twist. Now that she shed the Mormon title, she shares her testimony of books, yoga, coffee, preening over the stove. Every little moment of her life no longer has God's hand on it and she mentally just changed gears into the Church of Mariah (closely connected to, but not affiliated with the Independent Church of Kody Brown)

You have all phrased it much better than I have but I tend to agree.  TrueBlue, you've acknowledged that you were probably pretty insufferable when younger (as I'm sure I was too!) and that is, I think, the frustration people feel regarding her.  She's not spouting hate or otherwise harmful messages - she's saying things many people agree with. 

And Roslyn, you make a really good point as to how she hasn't figured out how to differentiate between important and mundane.    

I think we snark on the endless coffee/brunch posts because we're all hoping she realizes that most of us eat and drink - and the things she eating and drinking are not really that different or interesting.

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After she completes her degree and gets 5 or more years of real life post-TLC under her belt, Mariah would be in a good position to describe what she has learned since her bible school days in a patriarchal cult.

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Heeeelllo skinny filter! She looks as ridiculous and unrealistic as Meri makes herself appear body wise. That’s not your real torso Pudge.  Funny, instead filtering her body so much, she should have chosen to work on her face, she could pass for her grandma Bonnie’s twin here. 

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1 hour ago, Sofa Sloth said:

Heeeelllo skinny filter! She looks as ridiculous and unrealistic as Meri makes herself appear body wise.

It makes her head look huge!

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2 hours ago, Sofa Sloth said:

Heeeelllo skinny filter! She looks as ridiculous and unrealistic as Meri makes herself appear body wise. That’s not your real torso Pudge.  Funny, instead filtering her body so much, she should have chosen to work on her face, she could pass for her grandma Bonnie’s twin here. 

Omg.  Lollipop head.  She looks 70 years old with this filter (no offense to 70 year olds, I am there soon enough).  Ugh. 

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It cannot be said enough: she looks so damn old! I know no one owes anyone their looks or size or appearance blah blah blah, but as much as she touts her super healthy meals and yoga and spin classes (is she still doing those? Haven’t seen a congratulatory, sweat stained selfie lately) and other awesome woke folx lifestyle, why does she look so ragged and wrinkly. I just want to hand her a few gallons of water and a vat of moisturizer. 

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1 minute ago, dreadfulLeigh said:

I just want to hand her a few gallons of water and a vat of moisturizer. 

Well, with the amount of caffeine in those soup bowl sized "cups" of coffee I'm sure she needs to rehydrate.  I can't even imagine the number of calories in those plus the giant croissant.

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11 hours ago, Sofa Sloth said:

Heeeelllo skinny filter! She looks as ridiculous and unrealistic as Meri makes herself appear body wise. That’s not your real torso Pudge.  Funny, instead filtering her body so much, she should have chosen to work on her face, she could pass for her grandma Bonnie’s twin here. 

I saw this picture and I said the same thing.  Really??

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11 hours ago, Sofa Sloth said:

Heeeelllo skinny filter! She looks as ridiculous and unrealistic as Meri makes herself appear body wise. That’s not your real torso Pudge.  Funny, instead filtering her body so much, she should have chosen to work on her face, she could pass for her grandma Bonnie’s twin here. 

She made herself resemble a tyrannosaurus rex--big head, little arms.

ETA: Seriously, I don't get these women and their skinny filters. Just work out and reduce food intake, that'll solve it. No filters (that look stupid) needed. 

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Where exactly is she, anyway?  If she's in Chicago, why is she wearing a tank top?  It's not currently summer here in the upper midwest!

And no lie, when I first saw this, I thought - aw, who is that cute little 75-year old grandma sipping a latte?  Imagine my shock when I discovered who it actually was.

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It's almost like the doctored photos the tabloids used to publish.  Put someone's head on another body. 

Mariah, give it up.  You are not fooling us, and neither is your dear mother.

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