Forget 16 And Pregnant… being 32 is much harder! Hilarious spoof of MTV show details trials and tribulations of spoilt moms-to-be
19:47 GMT, 21 June 2012
It appears that being 16 and pregnant is less stressful than being 32, pregnant and apart of the upper crust.
A new spoof of MTV's 16 And Pregnant, titled 32 And Pregnant, offers a tongue-in-cheek look at the behaviour of wealthy pregnant women as well as the drama-filled reality series itself.
Characters in the short satirical clip by Punch Media Group, a New York-based agency, are faced with pregnancy challenges such as having insurance that 'won't cover home births' and securing a spot on a Pre-Kindergarten wait list.
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Challenging: A new spoof of 16 And Pregnant, titled 32 And Pregnant, pokes fun at the reality series as well as pregnant woman who fall into the upper crust of society. The fictitious Jessica, above, is just one character
The video was created as part of the media agency's new satirical app.
A fictitious mother name Jessica, who is one of three mothers who are featured, opens the almost two-minute video as she says: 'This house is too small, how are we going to live like this'
The enormous house is then shown on camera, as well as a giant walk-in wardrobe.
As she cries and sulks in various rooms of the house, she is seen in one scene beating her clothing collection in frustration.
Funny: The video clip, created by New York's Punch Media Group, was created as part of its new satirical app
She is also seen on the phone, speaking to what sounds like an administrative officer at a school.
says into the phone: 'No, no, I understand, I am not freaking out…
but if Pre-K opens up and there is a wait list… no I don't have an
attitude, I'm saying if there is a spot available…'
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Unhappy: Jessica is seen beating her clothing collection as she complains that her home is not big enough
Drama queen: Bryn, another fictitious mother, complains that her insurance won't cover her planned home birth
Baby brain: She is shown struggling to use her satellite television, crying to her husband over the drama
She is later seen whinging over another issue.
'I am done with this,' she tells her husband. 'I give up, I've tried.'
He responds: 'This is what you always do.'
It turns out that Bryn is in fact emotional over not being able to turn on her satellite television.
Her husband tells her: 'Look at me, it's TV, then satellite, then you can change the channel. Oh brother.'
'I'm sorry,' she responds as she begins to cry yet again.
Role switch: Lauren is shown comforting her husband who says he can't believe how much he loves her
Comfort: She then places a reassuring hand on her husband's, who is clearly comforted by her strength
A third mother, Lauren, is presented as the opposite to the two previous mothers.
Her husband is seen distraught at the foot of their bed.
Lauren asks him: 'Are you okay'
He responds in an extremely over-the-top manner: 'I can't believe I love you so much.'
She then places a hand on his sympathetically.
Of course, fans of 16 And Pregnant will claim that the reality show is similarly dramatic.
Chelsea Houska, one of its stars who appears in the show's spin-off series Teen Mom, was seen in a tense relationship with her baby's father Adam during season two.
She is just one of many of the show's stars who struggle, at times, to see the joy in motherhood and pregnancy as they feel unequipped to handle such responsibility.