I hate MTV's show "My super sweet 16"

@stinge (808)
United States
October 22, 2008 5:21am CST
I hate when I see these little spoiled brats complaining about some $100,000 car that their parents won't buy them. If it's not that, they start having a heart attack because Chris brown or Beyonce can't make it to sing at their overpriced birthday bash! I'd like to bash them little snots over the head with a brick! It's one thing if your parents have money, but to see these little dummies begging for a BMW, at theage of 16..HELL NO! I think the parents that buy their kids these expensive gifts are retarded. They need to teach teir kids the value of money. Some of these idiots have never worked a day in their lives. And they have the nerve to make all these demands for a birthday party, and expensive gifts. I saw one show that had this guy riding into his birthday party on top of a camel, and he had a crown on top of his head. You talk about wanted to smack the sh*t outta somebody! I wanted to pull him off that camel and stomp a mudhole in his a$$ in front of his family and his stupid friends. On top that I think he had jewelz santanna perform, and then he got his stupid non rapping a$$ on stage and did his bullsh#t rap! He was feeling himself too much. I think these rich families spoil the hell out of their kids, especially the celebrity ones, and they don't teach them any responsibilities by giving into their outrageous demands for a birthday party. I saw one show that had the girl begging her mom for a brand new Mercedes Benz. If it was my kid , I would say to them" I'm going to get your little snot nosed a descent looking car for about $13,000. I'm going to finance it for you, you're going to get a job and make the car payments,and I'll take care of the insurance" I think that is more than enough fair.I don't have a problem with these rich families doing things for their kids, but at some point you gotta draw the line. All the hardships these parents went through to get them where they are today, their kids are getting the same things handed to them too easily. Just think about it, you have these little brats whose parents book an artist like rihanna or Chris Brown to perform at their stinking little kids birthay party. Do you know how much that cost's? We ain't talking $2,000. You looking at $80,000 and up. WAY UP!
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@ssj3goku (113)
• United States
23 Oct 08
The kids are extremely obnoxious. Someone needs to take all of the kids and put them on a plane to a third world country to see how life is in other parts of the world. I can't see myself ever spending a hundred thousand dollars on a party and If I did I would feel terrible about myself. Every kid that gets on the show is like nobody will ever top my party and then the next kid is like I want to top the kids before me's party. I think that the parents are to blame for producing such awe full kids. I know one thing for sure. When I have children they are never going to spend freeking a hundred thousand dollars on a party.
@uath13 (8227)
• United States
11 Dec 08
Oh great...someone else already started this discussion! Oh well, here's what I think of it. http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/1829017.aspx?p=0
@uath13 (8227)
• United States
11 Dec 08
If I supply the firepower can I count on you to cover one of the exits... We can't have them escaping to reproduce.
@stinge (808)
• United States
11 Dec 08
sorry to have spoiled the allready started disuccion for you lol. maybe when I reach my payout I'll send you have of the earnings for this topic. That should be around $0.15. I hate seeing the parents give in to the outrageuos demands their little hell babies make.I would like to think for the most part that it's all for show, and the producers have some say as to how each episode comes out. We all pretty much know how these celebrity tv shows are scripted, and I would like to think that MTV pays for some of if not all of the crap that these kids get. Like some of these expensive gifts are rentals. But most likely not. One episode that I hated was the one where this little sh#t came riding in on a godd#mn camel like he was the prince of egypt! And you can tell that this skinny litte shaved ferret was feeling himslef the whole show. These parents need to be tied to a chair along with their kids and beat in the face with a sack of quarters!
@MissGia (955)
• United States
23 Oct 08
I don't see anything wrong with lavish gifts for your children if you have the money. But to give it to them when they demand it and throw fits if they don't get their way i see that as a different story. Reality TV is one of my guilty pleasures in life and i've caught this show a few times. These girls and boys were just downright rude and inconsiderate of what they were getting. I saw on MTV or VH1 the other day (can't remember) but i think one of the girls who had her party on that show is going to be in a different series i guess where she goes to live in like a little village with naked people (i cant think of the name of where). I think it should be a nice show, lol..be fun to see her cry. But i think it may be a good view of the world for her..open her eyes up a little bit and see what work is.
@stinge (808)
• United States
23 Oct 08
I don't think there's anything wrong with spoiling your kids just a little bit with nice things. I guess I have more of a problem with the parents letting these little piss a$$es carry on the way they do. These brats moan and complain cause their mother says they're not getting them a Rolls Royce for their b'day, but then they turn around and get one. How does it look for a teenager with no job driving to school in a Lamborgini? Maybe it's okay t spoil them while they're young a little bit, but the parents need to make sure these kids undrerstand how lucky they are right now. I think it would be a good idea for these parents to tell their kids that they can have their fun now, but when they turn 18 they're gonna get a job and learn the value of money.
• United States
23 Oct 08
That show is awful. I can't watch it. It's really disgusting the way these kids act. Whats's even worse is the fact that the parents don't seem to see anything wrong with it. I would be interested in seeing these kids 10 years down the road and see what they are up to now. I wonder how they will react when they become a part of the real world.
@uath13 (8227)
• United States
11 Dec 08
They'd end up having their degrees BOUGHT for them then find a position as C.E.O of some big company that spends all their time having $400k resort parties on the companies dime while the company is begging the goverment for bailout money as the economy collapses. We have to stop them now before it's too lat...e.... darn it!
@xstephx (58)
24 Oct 08
Argh this programme does my head in so much. The few episodes I have watched they have been spoiled brats who go on as if its their right to have this party and don't even seem to be grateful for what they get. They always go on about only inviting the cool kids and on one of the episodes the girl invited all of the "cool kids" and didn't even invite her supposed best friend because she wasn't cool enough to go. What's all that about???
@Sheepie (3121)
• United States
23 Oct 08
I do not watch that, and now I know I wouldn't want to. You're 100% right on this one. Kids my age are just so nasty.. not all of them, but a good number are just very selfish and inconsiderate. Why am I one of them? I don't want things. I feel bad about asking for a $32 dollar CD [including shipping because it was from internet] and I don't even get along with my parents very much at all! I think the economy getting nasty in the USA is a sign. Maybe it'll teach some of them a lesson, you know? They're going to have a Dr Phil show on it. If the dudes my age were even half as smart as Dr Phil instead of being spoiled jerks, maybe I would come onto them once in a while.
@dvschic (1796)
• United States
22 Oct 08
if my parents had the money, i'da loved a big 16th bday party, instead i had none. i had to buy my own car, i'm not going to have kids, but if i did, i'd spoil them to a point, we all spoil our kids. its a matter of how much you can spoil them. if you are a millionaire, then 80k on a kids bday party is not much to you, if you are a billionaire, then 1mil on a kids party isn't a big deal. its not the kids fault, its the parents who created those monsters, but there are always those kinds of people out there.
@caskins (689)
• United States
22 Oct 08
hello my fellow myLotter, i am going to have to agree with you. i don't watch that show anymore because it just ticks me off. those kids are very disrespectful to their parents cussing at them and demanding things that they don't deserve. it's just ridiculous. why would i buy my kid a car that looks and cost more than mine. all those kids need a job and a reality check. happy posting!
• United States
22 Oct 08
It makes me sick too. My sweet sixteen was at the local VFW and I didn't get my car until I bought one myself the next year - an 82 buick century. I had balloons and my mom made the food and cake. It was a snowy day half of the people showed up - but my friends and I had the best time ever. I was different at 16 - most of my friends wanted to show off - as do most teenagers do - I was just happy being with my friends. Ahhh memories :)
@Gazado (23)
22 Oct 08
I simply don't watch the show, saw it a couple of times and it disgusts me that kids are allowed to behave this way - that the parents don't see anything wrong with it. Look at Bill Gates and his fortune, at least he has instilled the sense of monetary worth into his kids and that can only be applauded :) Some kids just need a slap and reality check, their parents wont be there forever and one day they might loose all that money! It simply comes down to bad parenting.