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Morning, Motts, Reality TV

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on November 25, 2008 - 8:54am
Hot coffee. Scream Queens was solid yet again, very tense episode. Ladies are getting fierce for that part in Saw 6. I realized it's also very unnerving to watch people act on television. It gives you the "motts". The best way to describe "the motts" is like this: Do you remember the first time you watched a bad daytime interview show, like Springer or something, and someone is just making a total ass out of themselves, doing or saying something very uncomfortable? Or when you are sitting through a high school talent show and all of a sudden you feel embarrassed for your classmate who is singing "The Greatest Love Of All" by Whitney Houston"? You sometimes have to cover your eyes, or look away. Thats "the motts". The phrase was coined by Mark Debiak in reference to an old Motts Applesauce commercial from when we were kids, involving what I remember as a child dressed as a film noir detective searching for "the motts" or , while searching for "the motts" asking people "who got the motts?". I believe he finds the motts at the end. I find "the motts" all the time. Real Chance @ Love is slipping for me. I find myself mysteriously drawn to Real's hair, entertained by Chance, and fascinated with the term "Stallionaires". I often wonder what exactly it takes to be a "Stallionaire", but the show didn't hold my attention last night... I simply do not know if Real or Chance actually want to find love.