Originally Posted by speedkilz88
I could see someone saying that before they finished watching it, even I kind of rolled my eyes at the beginning (not realizing she too was being bullied) but after watching it you see that it's a way these girls get the courage to let people know that they are being bullied on the internet.
That's cool with me if this is the sort of thing that would get people to speak out in situations that they otherwise wouldn't.
I just think it's a little dramatic for this scenario. As I said, I've seen others and some of them have been tragic. Having seen the others, I won't deny that I read the article, watched a little bit of the video and then questioned if this was the type of video that someone should make in response to this scenario. In that regard, perhaps I'm guilty of drawing a comparison between the two that I shouldn't.
People called her ugly and a bunch of idiots did the typical internet thing in one-upping the next guy and posting stuff just for a reaction. I don't think she's ugly. The initial posting said something along the lines of the Packers having the worst cheerleaders in the NFL which in itself is kind of a joke. That's almost like asking which state has the ugliest representative in the Miss America pageant?
She's not ugly and dare I say that if she were, nobody would have noticed or thought a single thing about it if they had noticed. But, because she's a cute girl with a nice smile everyone applauds.