8 Reasons You Wish Your Kid Was More Like Honey Boo Boo

Honey Boo Boo Size

From our friends over at Mommyish!

A new season of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo premiered on TLC on January 16! Whether you love her or not, you can’t beat Honey Boo Boo’s self-confidence. Though she may not be considered a role model in the traditional sense, there are 8 reasons your kid could learn a thing or two from the tiara queen of the south.

1. She has work ethic.

Honey Boo Boo work ethic

You can’t argue with the fact that Honey Boo Boo is good at what she does.

2. She has her own language.

Honey Boo Boo language

If you ever watch the show, then you know that most of the time “Honey Boo Boo speak” has to be translated with subtitles. Kids are known for making up their own crazy languages or speaking Pig Latin, and Honey Boo Boo has it down to a science!

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  1. Porter

    gross

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  2. Someone

    I can’t even believe this is a real article lol. My size is cute? No sorry, little girl, I think you are overweight and that is not healthy at such a young age. Sad that this article is perpetuating that this little girl is a role model. Certainly not anyone I would want my child looking up to.

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  3. Roxan

    This whole family is in much need of a true “reality” check. Fat is not cute ! Bad manners is not cute! Gross disgusting filth is not cute! They’re all a big joke. There’s not one cultured bone in any one of them. They’re an embarressment to the American people….

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  4. Evellina

    This child is not a role model. She is heading toward being an obese adult and that in turn will turn into heath issues down the road. She is rude with terrible manners but that I don’t blame her for of course. She knows nothing else.

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  5. Haley

    WTF?…

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  6. LaKesha

    So a bunch of random adults pick on a child, yeah that’s healthy!

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