Two weeks after I started reading The Pioneer Woman, I stopped. The excessive photos and juvenile writing style simply weren’t enough to hold my interest. Now thanks to you guys, who keep me alerted to happenings on the blog, I can focus on the reeple over on Twitter. The bad part about following the reeple, you’re subjected to Ree’s shitty tweets. It’s like reading snippets from her blog. How is this tweet funny?
Have I mentioned we’re hosting a wedding reception at our place tomorrow night? Film at eleven if I’m still alive.
— Ree Drummond(@thepioneerwoman) June 13, 2013
Yeah right Ree, like you’re going to have to lift a finger. A Drummond relative or some BFF is getting married with the reception taking place at the Pioneer Woman’s lodge
television studio. Rumor has it BBQ Pitmasters and Tiffany Poe will be doing the heavy lifting. Ree has already asked her Twitter followers for suggestions on what music to play. Now there’s a dream wedding, knowing the morons who grovel over a media whore, have a say so in planning your reception. We’re sure Ree will celebrate the occasion with non-stop tweets and photos. Why be a proper hostess and focus on the newlyweds when you can use the occasion to drive site traffic and ad revenue. Here’s hoping someone tweets a photo of Ree’s wedding attire.
Over on Food Network, it’ll be interesting to see how this week’s Pioneer Woman show tops last week’s butter marathon. According to Food Network, the Ketchup Queen will be preparing reecipes from her first faux cookbook. You can see where she pinched the French Breakfast Puffs here. As for the drippy sandwiches and fudge, just more salt, sugar and fat, the three prime culprits in this country’s obesity crises. Thanks Ree. Here’s Food Network’s promo for Saturday’s scripted train wreck:
Calves, cowboys and kids are all getting fed today at the ranch. For breakfast, French Breakfast Puffs, which Ree prepares the night before. For lunch it’s stick-to-your-ribs Drippy French Dip Sandwiches and for dessert, Baked Fudge.
And with that, it’s open comments. Any topic about the Pioneer Woman goes.