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"My Super Sweet 16: Exiled"
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"My Super Sweet 16: Exiled"
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If you ever saw some of the spoiled brats that are usually on My Super Sweet 16, you probably wished that the parents would send them to military school, boot camp, or at least someplace that would teach them humility........ Well, guess what? Some of them finally did! *rubs hands with glee*

http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/exiled/series.jhtml

Some of the worst-behaved brats of the series have been shipped off to various remote locations where being rich ain't gonna help them now!

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 RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled Pretty_Kitty 08-24-08 1
 RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled mocha madness 08-25-08 2
   RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled Colonel Zoidberg 10-01-08 3

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Pretty_Kitty 536 desperate attention whore postings
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08-24-08, 10:23 AM (EST)
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1. "RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled"
I watched the first episode at yahootv.com (? sorry not that skilled at the interwebs) I couldnt wait for the premier. This show is AWESOME!!!! A guilty pleasure for sure. Watching that not so little brat(whos name escapes me) suffer in Africa was a gleeful experience.
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2. "RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled"
This could be hilarious, but since MTV is doing it I have doubts as to how real any of it will be. I would love to see all of these brats, and their parents shipped off to a life of hardship. This show is a set up....these bitches are not going to be gone more than a week, and the safety net is in place the whole time.

No doubt they will all cry, and claim they are changed people, but ANY change in personality at age 18 is in the nature of a miracle change. The time for intervention was when they were age 8, before their personalities as bitches was firmly in place.

MTV has to shoulder responsibility for highlighting and promoting the worst aspects of our culture, whether it is the rapper/drug use, or spoiled priviliged rich kids who do nothing but suck off their stupid parents.

My suggestion to promote real change is to have which ever pampered byotch is the worst be exiled to work in a refugee camp for a year....now that might produce a real change in form and attitude.

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3. "RE: My Super Sweet 16: Exiled"
A year would probably turn them around 180 degrees...if they could get away with it, and 17 or so is probably the last chance to do so.

Frankly, even a month would be an improvement. If "Wife Swap" is to be believed, some of the most stubborn families can change dramatically within just two weeks (although it's hardly a 100% success rate...I'm looking at you, Marshall and Childs families,) so a month should be plenty of time to start something.

Frankly, after a year, though, I think a kid would be a little uncomfortable returning to their "regular" life. The culture shock would probably be pretty strong returning - maybe that would be another idea for a third MTV installment - "Back from the Wild."


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