Oh Pioneer

Pioneer Woman is part of my "Big Guns" blogger series. These bloggers are like, huge.

Have you guys seen this blog?

I used to read this one...in a nutshell...She's from the big city. He lives in Oklahoma. She ditches her $300 shoes and lattes to move to the country. I loved that she became a mom and wife and was super excited about it. Love that.

So now, Pioneer Woman has a network of sites, a TV show, book-SAH (that's more than one book people), I'm sure a line of Pioneer Woman at Williams Sonoma are on their way. The site is a cluster F. The TV show looks like they have some staged bullshit ridiculousness (rope a cattle, in a gypse tunic from Nordstroms?)

Hey, Pioneer Woman, the cliche "Fish Out of Water" called and it wants its blog back. 

Here's the thing. Her recipes are okay. I made the spinach salad once. Nothing breakthrough. She does a giveaway for clothes she never wears. Is that cute, or weird? Either way, I stopped reading her blog long ago, because all she talked about was her book deal. I can't really relate, and I just wanted some easy recipes that were nom. I highly doubt any REAL pioneer women bitched about how much the missed their DH due to an agressive in-store appearance schedule.

Oh Pioneer woman, then you started doing grammer stuff and home schooling advice you became super lame. And now you're too big for your stereotypical cowgirl blogger boots.


  1. Whew! Give that Pioneer girl some Aloe! She got burned bad! ("waaahahahahahah" inserting evil laugh) Loved it!
    Gawd, that feels good. Thank you my dearest "i hate yer blog" blogger. You have made my day, and you have a follower 4-ev-r.
    Can I just add that the women is finishing her second cookbook and she blogged this week about how to make Frito Chili Pie. No joke, the women was teaching the world to make dinner out of a snack pack of Fritos and people raved. Yep, over 400 comments about how awesome crap in a bag is.
    But I digress...
    I'm off to finish my cookbook entitled, "101 Ways with Peanut Butter and Jelly". It's bound to be on the top of the New York Times best-seller list 2012.
    Watch out world, here I come!

    Anonymous (aka: Renee)

  2. ahahahaha. you write the truth my friend, you write the truth. and i applaud it.

  3. THANK YOU, this woman creeps me out and her million adoring fans. Sat (barely) through one episode after checking out her blog and found it unbearable. Possibly more fake than Barefoot Contessa's Jeffry popping in the door EXACTLY when the brownies come out of the oven and we're supposed to believe he really just got home from work?! wtf.

    And I never even say wtf.