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Beaner

Maryville, TN

#21 Sep 4, 2012
I thought the little blonde in the 4-5 group was too cute, but didn't even make court. I think she had on a pink dress?
Martha Jo Damron

Cookeville, TN

#22 Sep 6, 2012
What color was the outfit u are talking about??
Thatsright

United States

#23 Sep 6, 2012
You said it exactly right. It's all about snobby, rude, crazy women who try to make their children something they aren't just to live their dreams through the poor children. I think it's a shame.
I just wanna wrote:
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Where you there when the little girl competed? Probably not. How do you know that she wasn't wearing a dress when she competed and changed out of it when she was done? Don't blame the judges if you weren't there to see it. Parents need to let kids be kids, not objects. Parents need to get their own lives and stop living it thru children.
mom who knows

Owensboro, KY

#24 Sep 7, 2012
well its no worse than the representative queen of our town who is a pot head. what an example.
Scholarships in Pageants

Martin, TN

#25 Sep 15, 2012
Talk to the former Miss UTM and ask her about winning over $8,000 in scholarship money. For the first time in her college career,she didn't have to take out a student loan. Her mother worked 3 jobs to put her through college because her father passed away when she was in high school. There are many other stories like this.
It is extremely frustrating when people don't know what they are talking about. No, these girls may not win money when they are 8 for college, but neither do t-ball players. At those ages they should be having fun and meeting new friends. If they continue their passions, whether it be ball or pageants in high school and college, that is when opportunities come their way for scholarships.
Not all athletes get scholarships neither do all pageant girls but the point is, there are those opportunities.
Really

Martin, TN

#26 Sep 15, 2012
I didn't notice that in the paper or recall anyone like that at the pageant. Which one is it?
to address scholarships

Cicero, IL

#27 Sep 16, 2012
You paid well over that 8000 to participate. Could've just started a college fund.
lulz

United States

#28 Sep 17, 2012
Truth wrote:
My daughter was in a different pageant and I can attest to the poor judging. I was told the judges were not even there when the baby pageant was supposed to start! I saw their crowing. A little girl placed who was wearing a shirt and bloomers- not even a dress! The judges clearly lacked training and knowledge. I am very surprised by this considering Holly Vowell was in charge.
Whoever you got your info from must not have been paying attention...the queen of the baby group was wearing a cute little red andsparkle white dress...not a "shirt and bloomers". You must just be a sore loser..
Sandy

Allons, TN

#29 Sep 23, 2012
You know what-all you poor people out there that knock pageants must have some ugly and fat kids, you are so jelious of the pretty girls doing pageants. And I bet your just as fat as your kids. Come on kids, lets stop at Wendy's and get something to eat, the hell with those pageant kids--lol This is a hobby, that Mom's and their girls can do and spent good time together doing. What do you do with your kids????Mom's make freinds and the kids make freinds, life long friends. Kids win money and learn to preform in front of 100's of people, they can sing and dance. Not like the kids that take dance here in Martin--the only think that changes with that bunch is the costumes every year==the kids that have taken dance here in Martin for the past 10 years can not even stay together in a dance-WOW So parents that have ugly kids--go pick on someone else
I just wanna

Tyler, TX

#30 Sep 25, 2012
Sandy wrote:
You know what-all you poor people out there that knock pageants must have some ugly and fat kids, you are so jelious of the pretty girls doing pageants. And I bet your just as fat as your kids. Come on kids, lets stop at Wendy's and get something to eat, the hell with those pageant kids--lol This is a hobby, that Mom's and their girls can do and spent good time together doing. What do you do with your kids????Mom's make freinds and the kids make freinds, life long friends. Kids win money and learn to preform in front of 100's of people, they can sing and dance. Not like the kids that take dance here in Martin--the only think that changes with that bunch is the costumes every year==the kids that have taken dance here in Martin for the past 10 years can not even stay together in a dance-WOW So parents that have ugly kids--go pick on someone else
OK, we'll pick on you. The words are jealous and perform, not jelious and preform. Before you go insulting others on here, make sure your words are spelled correctly. It makes the insult seem much more meaningful and intelligent. You are just another example of how rude and tacky pageant people can be. There is more to life than sequins, glitter, fake hair, fake teeth, fake tans, and fake boobs.
Sandy

Monterey, TN

#31 Sep 26, 2012
I just wanna---good name for you, most of us don't just wanna---we do==you got the point I see-go get a hamberger at Wendy's
I just wanna

Lubbock, TX

#32 Sep 26, 2012
Sandy wrote:
I just wanna---good name for you, most of us don't just wanna---we do==you got the point I see-go get a hamberger at Wendy's
You must not be doing too much if you can't spell simple words like hamburger. Let me guess, you were one if those kids who were left behind and decided to try hukt on phonix. Do us all a favor and get a refund because it didn't work for you. Now do the world a favor and do not procreate.
Sandy

Monterey, TN

#33 Sep 26, 2012
I just wanna wrote:
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You must not be doing too much if you can't spell simple words like hamburger. Let me guess, you were one if those kids who were left behind and decided to try hukt on phonix. Do us all a favor and get a refund because it didn't work for you. Now do the world a favor and do not procreate.
you were one if those kids---you should talk about mistakes--it should say one OF those kids. My computer is old and I make mistakes by not looking at the keyboard.
r u kiddin

United States

#34 Sep 26, 2012
@Sandy, judging from your first post on here, you put a lot of stock in looks. It's that type of shallowness that I'd prefer not to teach my kids. I would rather my kids have a good heart and a solid education than to have to rely on their looks to get anywhere in the world. Beauty fades, but a good education lasts a lifetime. And I would rather my kids be a healthy weight than to be a diet pill scarfing, bulimic Barbie. Heroin chic is not in fashion now. With all of the money that people spend prepping for a pageant, especially with small children, they wouldn't need to rely on scholarships if they put the money in a college fund. And if the contestants have to rely on fake tans, fake teeth, fake hair, and fake boobs to win, well then, apparently they weren't that pretty to begin with, were they?
Sandy

Monterey, TN

#35 Sep 30, 2012
Most of the pageant people have money to start with, so their children will get a good education. Most of these kids are smart beyond their age. Pageants are a hobby like any other. I am just saying alot of mother's that make fun of pageants, and I have met a few, have children that could not be in a pageant, but don't knock the one's that can. I love all children. And again, alot of pageants are natural pageants, no false anything.

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#36 Sep 30, 2012
My daughter was in one pageant when she was 4. It was for a good cause, TIPS. The attire was supposed to be "Sunday best". The little boys came out in tuxes and the little girls came out wearing sequined dresses with enough makeup to make Vegas hookers jealous. I decided after that there was no way in hell I'd ever put my child in one again. I actually feel sorry for the siblings that don't do pageants because it seems like the ones that do take up all of the parents' time and they get ignored. It seems to me that whatever is spent on a pageant, should be spent on the other children as well.
Truth

Dyersburg, TN

#37 Oct 2, 2012
lulz wrote:
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Whoever you got your info from must not have been paying attention...the queen of the baby group was wearing a cute little red andsparkle white dress...not a "shirt and bloomers". You must just be a sore loser..
My original post said a child PLACED who was wearing a shirt and bloomers. I did not say the queen was wearing that. I was paying attention. The queen was a biracial child who's father walked her. This clearly got the judges' attention. Her dress appeared to be a Christmas dress. There were precious little girls in pageant attire, but the judges chose girls who were more plainly dressed. This was their preference apparently.
Bitterness much

United States

#38 Oct 3, 2012
Truth wrote:
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My original post said a child PLACED who was wearing a shirt and bloomers. I did not say the queen was wearing that. I was paying attention. The queen was a biracial child who's father walked her. This clearly got the judges' attention. Her dress appeared to be a Christmas dress. There were precious little girls in pageant attire, but the judges chose girls who were more plainly dressed. This was their preference apparently.
Apparently, they were just judging the way they were suppose to judge a non-glitz pageant. You can be bitter that a child in a Sunday dress beat your child in their pageant dress.. but really, they probably just saw the true beauty of the others
Sandy

Monterey, TN

#39 Oct 3, 2012
local pageants are just that LOCAL and always for a cause, it is either this or that--wonder who really gets all that money
June

Cookeville, TN

#40 Oct 6, 2012
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