Did ya catch the premiere of “Life’s A Tripp” last night on Lifetime? It sure was a sensation, wasn’t it? That Bristol, what a firecracker! I’m so proud of her, showing the world how difficult it is to be a single mother. Family values! America! Wholesome! Heartland!
It really is the most difficult job in the world. And you can see that in the show, especially with the way Bristol brings her younger sister to Beverly Hills with her to serve as a live-in nanny. And like how they have to borrow a mansion from some “friends of the family” instead of buying a home of her own. God bless all the single mothers like Bristol, out there having to struggle to make it on their own, with their nannies and borrowed mansions.
That’s what it means to be a single mother, you know! It’s hard! You have to borrow mansions and stay up late reading stories to your kid, even though you are visibly uncomfortable with reading a children’s story on camera. But that’s not Bristol’s fault! She’s just not used to being filmed reading stuff. That’s why I ordered her to read Tripp bedtime stories. It’s good practice for both of them.
And how about that Tripp, anyway? He’s the main character of the show, you can tell because he is literally in the title! He didn’t get much screen time though because he had a lot of other prior commitments. Luckily Bristol stepped up to the plate and let the cameras roll on her life instead.
I’m glad Bristol managed to perfect her “Kardashian face” before the cameras started rolling. It’s a skill, holding the most perfectly placid yet attentive, wide-eyed look on your face for hours at a time.
About that bar fight: My girl really can come back swinging, can’t she? She gets dumped on her ass by a mechanical bull and some guy starts yelling at her, and she just sets her jaw and plows through the crowd right toward him.
A lot of other people would have just ignored it, acted like the bigger person, you know – wishy washy stuff like that. Not Bristol! She marches right up to the guy and accuses him of being homosexual like it was the worst thing in the world. Tough cookie, that girl. We raise ‘em tough like that in Alaska, yepperoonie.
I couldn’t be more proud of Bristol. Bringing more fame and fortune to the Palin name, in traditional Palin style! She sure does take after her mama that way.