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Exactly. I think it's funny how he completely missed the point of her tweet. It doesn't matter if you're wearing a 10$ t-shirt or a 200$ hoodie, they gonna look equally disgusting when you don't wash them for months. And he also owns enough designer stuff to wear when he's not cosplaying a poor person
You guys, remember this happened 3 signs that you actually have a soul: 1)you are wearing dirty smelly ripped up t-shirts 2)you are not wearing 200$ champion hoodies 3)you celebrate your real totally not fake absolutely true authenticity
I saw a few mentions of it here, so I decided to watch Nick DiRamio's video and it made me regret I ever gave this loser a time of my day.
It was filmed before Shane created this9 sweet empathetic persona for himself, so one can see how arrogant, dismissive, rude and condescending he truly is. The way he talks to assistants and producers with this diva-like attitude is disgusting.
They had problems at the very first stages of making "Not Cool", because professional artists wouldn't audition for the movie. They were too repulsed by the script. When the assistant suggested to let go of the s*it eating scene, Shane refused by saying "This people should be fucking grateful for the opportunity to be in a real feature movie".
One of the critics who reviewed "Not Cool" wrote that you have to be a racist homophobic sociopath to enjoy this movie. Shane remained unbothered and said that rich white men simply don't get his comedy.
I lowkey think he filmed this apology just because Jenna Marbles did hers
Ps/ I just watched the vid and he literally says that she "inspired" him or something. But I still think that a) he would never do this if he didn't see positive comments under Jennas's video b) like a true sociopath he completely adapted her style of expressing regret/remorse and copied that in his vid lol
and she also has the nerve to say that she doesn't know the words from levels 1-2 test because they are "useless" and she never needed them in her everyday life before. Try to explain that to your teacher, girl lol
Subscriber: I'm worried this might cause [insert any skin problem here] Sissel: Oh, it definitely won't!
This is so irresponsible. Reading product reviews for even big established skincare brands, you'll always see a few that say "it didn't work for me". So how can this bizarre oil cocktail from a random influencer be suitable for every single person on this planet
It seems she's ready to claim whatever she needs to sell this snake juice. It's so easy to make promises when you can block every unsatisfied customer