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Honey Boo Boo Is HIGHlariously Gawdawful At Rock, Paper Scissors!

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But we don't mind because she's just so gosh-darned cute!

It may read Alana Thompson on her birth certificate but the world will forever remember our fave lil' redneckognizer as Honey Boo Boo!

June Shannon and her daughter were interviewed at length on El Lay's KTLA morning news showyesterday and you'd be absolutely stunned to see what the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo stars are doing!?

Ch-ch-check out this cray video where Mama tries to answer serious questions about whether the world is laughing with them or at them but our perezicious diva in training just won't sit still!!…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

We love Honey Boo Boo but Mama has to teach her it takes two to tango and just as many to play a regulation game of "rock, paper, scissors!!" Ha!

The best part is watching the patient news anchors try and keep straight faces!

[Image via TLC.]

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7 comments to “Honey Boo Boo Is HIGHlariously Gawdawful At Rock, Paper Scissors!”



  1. 1

    Something seems wrong with her after watching these interviews, like she may be special needs…a little?



  2. 2

    I know she's just a child, but what are we celebrating here?

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    This child is being disrespectful! Someone needs to teach her that she needs to listen when people talk to her.

  4. Llala says – reply to this


    4

    Seriously? What is wrong with this kid?



  5. 5

    umm who cares…this show is a waste of money and time!!!

  6. Mrs. Momoa says – reply to this


    6

    Damn her feet look bigger then my feet. LOL!



  7. 7

    Im not from America so i dont watch what you guys watch.. But i cant help not noticing that i've been reading about Honey Boo Boo every other article. I got curious so i searched some pictures. I cant help but noticed…is she a special child? Is that the new trend now…giving a special (autistic) child a reality tv?