Why are parents trying harder and harder to act like their kids?
I just watched an episode of True Life: I Have a Hot Mom, on MTV. First off, I wouldn't have named the episode I have a hot mom as much as I would've called it, “My middle aged mom is trying way too hard.” This poor girl's mom is more worried about showing off her ridiculously (and I do mean ridiculously) large boobs than spending quality time connecting with her daughter.
This woman, who makes Dolly Parton's chest look more like Kristen Stewart's, has had numerous plastic surgeries done to enhance her beauty. If that walking vessel of botox is considered beautiful, then I'm Channing Tatum! So glad I don't live in L.A. where you can't walk down the street without accidentally stepping on a discarded breast implant. No thank you, I'm more than happy settling for the girl next door in good old Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Instead of asking how their day was while having a nice dinner out with her children, mom was more worried about hitting on the waiter and showing off the latest pictures of her chemically-filled-funbags on facebook. Their mother-daughter stroll down the boardwalk turned into a Q and A session about mom's cup size and posing with strangers for a, “Holy shit, Look at these knockers” photo. Mortified by her mother's actions, the girl walked the rest of the way with a 20 foot gap between them (between the mother and daughter), not the gap between mom's tits, although that wasn't much smaller.
Dads and especially moms, instead of trying to look sexier, younger, and cooler just to fit in with your younglings, be sure to remember that you are not supposed to be best friends with them. You are supposed to be their parents.
P.S. Am I not normal in thinking that a woman with a triple L cup size isn't sexy?
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