U know when you were a kid and won a game in first place and there was that little bitch who went “first is the worst second is the best” like how the fuck did that even make sense
but you forgot that third is the one in the polka dot dress
We got ‘thirds the one with the hairy chest’
My little one loves this chant. after a talk with her that it wasn’t nice to always have to win and be mean when our friends and loved ones win instead of being proud she has since revised her chant to be….
First is the worst
Second is the best
Third is the best
fourth is the best
(and so on until every person in the room has been accounted for until finally ending with)
And last has a poopy face.
I don’t think she got my message….. haha
how do people approach celebrities on the street like i can’t even approach a worker in a store when i need help
and then i hate it when like your mom says, you need to learn to do these things.
its like, YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND, I WILL START SHAKING IF I’M PRESSURED INTO IT AND DON’T FEEL COMFORTABLE DOING IT.
Same for making phone calls.
Because our moms grew up I’m a time when there was no internet or cell phones to text with. If anything got done it HAD to be face to face. Having social anxiety just simply wasn’t an option. But now it is and people stay tucked inside their comfort zone simply because they can
General “THESE ARE JUST MY VIEWS AND DON’T REFLECT THE VIEWS OF ANYONE BUT ME” thing.
I feel like people knew better and had a much less entitled nature when I was a kid and went to Disney World.
We did not argue about why we could not take flash pictures. We didn’t…
This is why our parents used to say “kids these days have no respect” and we just scoffed at them and called them old fashioned. But now that I’m not a kid myself anymore, I see it. I see what they were talking about. Each generation is getting worse and worse. They feel entitled to things they have not earned, it is acceptable to be cruel to a total stranger (in this case, cast members) and they’re all so attached to gadgets that I don’t think they know the real world. It’s honestly scary to see the progression, and maybe I’m just the old fashioned one now, but I’m not proud of what I see happening.
wdw-girl asked: I feel like one of the things that happens is, in school before college. If you even got involved to try to help, they would punish you too. They want you to go get a teacher, but sometimes there is not one around. And yes you could get hurt too, but I think its almost ingrained into our minds not to help because then we would get in trouble too.
which is precisely the problem. when I was in school we weren’t punished for getting involved if our intent was prevention. If we got involved to further instigate than naturally, but not if we were trying to stop something. But today they teach you that you’ll get in trouble for helping out another in need????
We would rather watch somebody else get hurt and/or get in trouble and do nothing, than take the risk that we might get hurt too. But this video is at a college level, when you’re no longer kids playing your way through life, this is unacceptable. Stick up for those in the world around you. Bullying is 100% unacceptable, and as long as people would rather not get involved for fear of themselves… then there will always be victims.
What I’m saying is to turn off that “im going to look out for myself and noone else” mentality that majority of people have these days. If it doesn’t benefit them personally, they have no interest. I would take a punch to the face for standing up to somebody i see being phyiscally bullied. It would suck… but doing what is right is not always a rainbow road sprinkled with glitter.
PS love you hayley for responding. Posting for others’ to see my point.
This video affected me strongly. Bullying today has gotten so out of hand, primarily cyber bullying. But to see how many people AT A COLLEGE CAMPUS woudl rather turn a blind eye and walk away, then stand up for a stranger in need is truly upsetting.
I think its time that we as young people take a stand and DO SOMETHING. just like the beginning of this video states… change starts with the people. So lets stand up for those in need, and teach our childred to do the same. Maybe, just maybe, reactions like this will change.
If a girl who is significantly smaller than the attacker/instigator, can put down her starbucks latte and laptop has the courage to get in the guys faces and stop him, than why can’t we?
these segments on Jimmy’s show are hillarious, and I love how well the celebrities take the critisicm in stride. But lets stop for a moment and really recognize something.
Celebrities are people too. And even though they are smiling, I’m sure somewhere within them is a pang of utter destruction. Why do people think its okay to say such awful and hateful things? Because its the internet and attached to your twitter name and not your real name or person?
Luckily celebrities are used to being scrutinized under the spotlight and have been trained how to handle this… but what about that girl in your class you wrote a mean tweet about. Or that worker at the store you posted a terribly unflattering pic without their permission saying they’re a cow?
and then we wonder why suicide rates are higher than ever and more and more people are medically diagnosed with mental disorders such as depression and anxiety; because we are never safe from the cruelty of our own people.
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