BuzzFeed twerp Andrew Kaczynski goes after NRA following Navy Yard shooting

At least 12 fatalities have been confirmed following this morning’s shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, but BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski wants to make sure we don’t lose sight of the real perpetrators of this horrific crime:

Kaczynski’s suggestion that the NRA should bear any culpability for the Navy Yard tragedy is not only wrong, it’s disgusting. And tweeters are rightly giving him the business:

We do.!/Ezra_Pownd/status/379672157204119552

We can’t wait for BuzzFeed’s next exposé:!/Michael__Reed/status/379672613183688704

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If you thought the Mary Burke firing story was bad, it gets worse!


Well, it’s been a tough week for Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke. First, Obama campaigned for her and Wisconsin Dems fled the scene early. Snicker. Now this news:

Fired. From her family business … double snicker! OK, that is bad enough, but there is an absolutely brutal aspect to it that is being overlooked:

From the article:

Two former high-level executives of Trek Bicycle claim that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke was forced out as head of European operations for her family’s business 21 years ago — an allegation that Burke and the company denied, labeling it a last-minute smear campaign.

“I’m not saying she was incompetent,” said Tom Albers, former Trek chief operating officer who left the company in 1997. “Maybe this job was too big for her.”

But, hey, she’s totally up for the job AS GOVERNOR.

Yep. Rightly so.


Empty bleachers, ‘exit’ poll! Obama campaigns for Burke; Wisconsin Dems flee early

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Remember Them? What Your Favorite Child Stars Are Doing Now.

Being a child actor is tough and can take quite a lot out of people. Everyone knows that former child stars can end up with some serious problems from being in the spotlight for too long, too early. While some may stick with the entertainment business, others get out and return to the “normal” world. Stars! They’re just like us as in…they’re not really stars in the stricter sense of the term. 

Oh well, they’ll always hold a special place in our hearts. 

1.) Now a professor of medieval studies, he teaches Weird Chivalry.

2.) You can also find her as a voice actor on “Welcome to Night Vale” and getting into Twitter spats with E.L. James.

3.) She also looks fantastic.

4.) Also looking fabulous.

5.) Kept her penchant for leather jackets.

6.) He sure does love those collared shirts…

7.) And Danica McKellar, who played Winnie, became a mathematician and author.

8.) Good for you, Fergbreath!

9.) I wonder how tired she is of people commissioning her for dinosaur-themed art.

10.) Good thing she didn’t run off with Duane.

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See? Being a child actor doesn’t always end in disaster. Sometimes, they just end up like everyone else in the world, which is pretty awesome.

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Our 9 Favorite Feature Stories This Week: Anonymous, Revenge Porn, And A Farewell To Joan

This week for BuzzReads, Ryan Broderick introduces the women who are fighting to criminalize revenge pornography. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.

1. The Revenge Porn Fixers — BuzzFeed

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This week’s hack of celebrity nudes may be the most high-profile example of “revenge porn” — humiliating women by spreading private photos. A dedicated group of activists, led by the mother of a victim, has been pushing for more aggressive laws, but can this really be stopped? Read it at BuzzFeed.

2. How Municipalities in St. Louis County, Mo., Profit from PovertyThe Washington Post

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Ferguson exposed racial tensions in St. Louis to the rest of the world. But discrimination in Missouri goes much deeper: “St. Louis County’s unique political geography, heightened class-consciousness, and the regrettable history that created both have made the St. Louis suburbs especially prone to a Ferguson-like eruption.” Read it at The Washington Post.

3. The Masked AvengersThe New Yorker

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David Kushner with an inside look at Anonymous: “Anonymous might be the most powerful nongovernmental hacking collective in the world. Even so, it has never demonstrated an ability or desire to damage any key elements of public infrastructure.” Read it at the New Yorker.

4. The ForsakenRolling Stone

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Many gay teens from religious families are excommunicated and cut off when they come out. Alex Morris reports on this horrifying, growing crisis. Read it at Rolling Stone.

5. Kristin Beck Is A Different Kind Of Transgender Pioneer — BuzzFeed


Lady Valor, the documentary that follows the former Navy SEAL’s life after coming out as a trans woman, pushes the envelope of trans representation. In this interview with Adam B. Vary, Beck reveals she wouldn’t have it any other way. Read it at BuzzFeed.

6. The End of Neighborhood Schools — NPR

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After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans turned to charter schools to fix its school system. Then a strange thing happened: “Amid all of this, in the past five years, the city has posted the largest, fastest improvement in test scores ever produced in an urban public school system.” Read it at NPR.

7. How to Get Into an Ivy League College–GuaranteedBloomberg Businessweek

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Can an algorithm tell high school students exactly what they need — what GPA, what SAT score, what extracurriculars — to get into any college? One San Francisco business is betting on it. Read it at Bloomberg Businessweek.

8. How “Empire Records” Became The Unlikely Film Of A Generation — BuzzFeed

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Engineered to be the teen-movie equivalent of the mid-’90s alt-rock zeitgeist, Empire Records flopped in the theaters, only to become a cult classic a generation later. For the first time, the people who made the movie talk about how it came together, why it bombed, and how it found its second life. Read it at BuzzFeed.

9. Joan Rivers Always Knew She Was FunnyNew York

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The comedian died this week at 81. In this fantastic 2010 profile, Jonathan Van Meter pinpoints what made her so very great: “Expect nothing and you won’t be disappointed. This is the mantra of the pessimist and the persecuted alike, the preemptive strike of those who tend to paint the picture a little blacker than it is. And then there is Joan Rivers, the orneriest creature ever to darken Hollywood’s door.” Read it at New York.

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Zing! Small biz sign [pic]: ‘Government didn’t build this business; We did’’s Dana Loesch tweeted a picture of a sign hanging inside a local business last night. And it’s beautiful.

Of course, a wilfully ignorant Twitter user had to trot out the “but … but … roads!!” nonsense.

@dloesch who built the road that business is on?

— Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops) November 11, 2012

He was swiftly given the business.

@sethdavishoops @dloesch Ummm … that would be all of us who pay taxes. Are you under the impression that the government has its own money?

— Nancy J. McManus (@NancyJeanMc) November 12, 2012

@sethdavishoops @dloesch businesses/commerce do not exist because government does – gov exists because businesses and commerce do

— Matt Henderson (@MattHenderson66) November 12, 2012

. @sethdavishoops Roads are in enumerated powers and state agencies. Next time learn how gov’t works so my friends don’t have to teach you.

— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 12, 2012

Zing! Teachable moments are hard.

Kudos, Wood family! We wish you continued success. You built that.

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AQ official on 9/11: ‘Idol of capitalism was brought to the ground’!/abusulayman321/status/510084456850669569

Abu Sulayman al Muhajir—an extremist Muslim preacher from Australia—is now reportedly a top Al Qaeda official in Syria. He took to Twitter today to gloat about the attacks of  September 11, 2001. The account is not verified, though we don’t think Twitter is in the business of verifying terrorist accounts. One never knows though.

On this day, in 2001, the USA's largest economic shrine, the idol of capitalism was brought to the ground..the toll of injuctice is hefty.

— أبو سليمان المهاجر (@abusulayman321) September 11, 2014

Most American capitalists are entrepreneurs and small business owners. They don’t have idols or shrines, but you wouldn’t expect this neck-bearded megalomaniac jihadist to grasp that.

@abusulayman321 Stock market was up & running less than 4 days later. Nothing was done but old buildings demolished for new Freedom Tower.

— Linda K (@K_Liiinda) September 11, 2014

You’re forgetting about the cowardly murder of thousands of innocent civilians, but point taken. America’s economy hardly missed a beat.

@abusulayman321 4 cowards brought it down….. Their al mighty leader hid in a house for 7 years behind women….

— Joe b. (@jbruno1351) September 11, 2014

@abusulayman321 if he was a real leader he would have fought just like every other al quaeda who got killed by us….. I wouldn't look up

— Joe b. (@jbruno1351) September 11, 2014

@abusulayman321 to a coward like bin laden……

— Joe b. (@jbruno1351) September 11, 2014

.@abusulayman321 Nobody’s a bigger fan of the fruits of capitalism than so-called #ISIS Caliph, wearing Rolex

— Think AgainTurn Away (@ThinkAgain_DOS) September 11, 2014

.@ThinkAgain_DOS @abusulayman321 Isn't that an Omega? Still pricy, but not a rolex.

— Matthew Wallin (@MatthewRWallin) September 11, 2014

Probably stolen too.

The heads of kufr will fight truth and justice wherever they find it, but they will always reap the harvest of these injustices.

— أبو سليمان المهاجر (@abusulayman321) September 11, 2014

The US continues to bleed her economy, fighting Muslims all over the world, spending billions on security & anti-'terrorism' campaigns.

— أبو سليمان المهاجر (@abusulayman321) September 11, 2014

@abusulayman321 @JihadNews2 fighting Muslims, ey? What is a Muslim these days? A member of Boko Haraam? ISIS? al-Qaeda?

— Amilla Jeebahtakaa (@Jeebahtakaa) September 11, 2014

@Jeebahtakaa @JihadNews2 The PEOPLE of Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen to name a few…

— أبو سليمان المهاجر (@abusulayman321) September 11, 2014

@abusulayman321 @JihadNews2 and how about the 'Muslims' killing the people of the same countries? You got no problems with them?

— Amilla Jeebahtakaa (@Jeebahtakaa) September 11, 2014

The undeniable truth is that after 9/11 awareness levels increased, and so did the numbers of mujahideen!

— أبو سليمان المهاجر (@abusulayman321) September 11, 2014

@abusulayman321 @JihadNews2

— Kyle (@Kearley76) September 11, 2014

Wonder if President Obama would consider Abu Sulayman al Muhajir to be “Islamic.”


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Macy’s Is Making Its Own Version Of T.J. Maxx And Nordstrom Rack

The “off-price” channel, home of discounted designer goods, is the place to be in retail. Macy’s plans to pilot a new off-price chain as well as expand its Bloomingdale’s outlet locations.

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The success of T.J. Maxx and Nordstrom Rack is pulling Macy’s into the off-price chain game — and highlighting the pervasiveness of outlet culture in America.

The department store company, which announced plans last month to explore a set of off-price stores, said yesterday that executives are working on a pilot of a T.J. Maxx-like chain, as noted by Fortune. Notably, TJX, which owns T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and Home Goods, today reported annual sales that surpassed Macy’s for the first time ever, underscoring the strength of its treasure-hunting business model.

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The Macy’s off-price chain will differ from Bloomingdale’s outlets, which Macy’s is also expanding, Chief Financial Officer Karen Hoguet said on an earnings call with analysts.

“It may help bring a whole new customer to Macy’s,” she said on the call. “Initially, we were nervous about putting one of the Bloomingdale’s outlets too close to a Bloomingdale’s store, and what we found is it served as an entry point for the customer. And instead of taking business away from the base Bloomingdale’s store, we actually brought new customers who learned and got comfortable with Bloomingdale’s from the outlet experience, and then went to the Macy’s store. So it’s very possible we could find that with Macy’s as well.”

The move highlights the way Americans are shopping in a post-recession world, and the appeal of chains offering goods at a permanent discount. The rise of TJX has been meteoric in the past 20 years — the company reported annual sales of $29.1 billion today, surpassing Macy’s yearly revenue by a full $1 billion.

Shoppers, hungry for deals in a sluggish economy, and influenced by the low price points popularized by fast-fashion chains, are into the idea of off-price stores, which offer a unique value proposition. While T.J. Maxx and Marshalls sell private-label goods, their more than 900 buyers are always on the hunt for “order cancellations, manufacturer overruns, closeouts, and special production direct from brands and factories.”

They carry a wide array of labels, as illustrated by the #maxxinista hashtag shoppers are encouraged to Intagram and tweet with — Kate Spade, Diane von Furstenberg, Steve Madden, to name a few. To many shoppers, the retailer feels more like an outlet channel than many factory stores, where the vast majority of brands now make lesser-quality goods specifically for their outlets.

Nordstrom has doubled down on its own version of T.J. Maxx with Nordstrom Rack. There are now 167of its discount stores, compared to 116 full-price locations, and Rack represented the chain’s biggest source of new customers last year, executives said on an earnings call last week. Neiman Marcus is aiming for the market, too, with its Last Call chain. Rather than dumping excess goods into T.J. Maxx and Marshalls — which advertise that their prices are 50% below department-store chains — companies like Macy’s and Nordstrom can use their own off-price stores to try to sell them off themselves.

“The off-price sector is one of the few in retail that’s actually growing, so everybody has to pile into it,” Rick Snyder, an analyst at Maxim Group, said in an interview with BuzzFeed News. “It appeals to the consumer who really wants to get something nice, but really can’t afford to pay full price for it, or the person who wants to treasure hunt.”

“Knowing that 80% of outlet merchandise is actually direct-to-outlet, you have a much better chance of getting a real deal at a T.J. or a Ross than you are at an outlet,” he added.

Of course, Nordstrom executives said at a September 2013 conference that only 18% to 19% of merchandise in Rack stores is transferred from full-line stores. Other goods are special closeout buys from vendors, and Nordstrom is aggressive about maintaining the integrity of the pricing it displays on tags, Blake Nordstrom, the company’s president, said at the time.

Still, it’s not always clear whether you’re “really” getting a deal or not.

But for many consumers, it’s about the value they feel they’re getting, and there’s a special thrill in seeing the price they’ll pay versus the “suggested retail price.” Plus, with a T.J. Maxx or a Nordstrom Rack, they don’t have to travel to and through a whole outlet mall; they can find the store in a suburb and trawl through tons of different designers under a single roof.

As more and more retailers push into the “off-price” channel, what remains to be seen is what they’ll end up selling. Will they remain deal destinations?

“What eventually is going to happen is as this excess inventory sort of gets absorbed into all these new off-price distribution points, you’re going to find the same thing happening as what happens as outlets,” Snyder said. “Some percent, whether it’s 50%, 70%, or 80%, is going to be manufactured direct for the off-price channel, because there are only so many overruns.”

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Ghastly: Media Matters’ Oliver Willis mocks Benghazi deaths; Greg Gutfeld slams

you say the white house steward emptied the trash that morning. can we get a timeline, anything sir? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

Asking questions and fighting for justice? Totally mock-worthy, according to Media Matters’ Oliver Willis and his fellow travelers.

@owillis #GOPBenghaziQuestions GOOD ONE! LOL

— Cheri DelBrocco (@cdelbrocco) February 17, 2013

Good one? What happened in Benghazi is just so hilarious, huh? Horrifying; How do you people sleep at night?

@twitchyteam you may want to look at the excreable mocking of #BenghaziHearings at hashtag “GOPBenghaziQuestions”

— WitCoHE (@EricStrobel) February 17, 2013

Absolutely shameful. Take a gander at how they are making light of the killing of four Americans.

you claim that it was a sunny morning. but the national weather service said “partly cloudy” – how do you reconcile? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

sec clinton, you claim that you combed THEN brushed your hair? is that an accurate timeline? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

and why was batman not brought in to investigate the attack? i know for a fact he’s the world’s greatest detective. #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

*consults notes* “so then WHO did put the cookie in the cookie jar?” #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

Why is there air? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Barb Hill Bissonnett (@barb_hill) February 17, 2013

this document says FLOTUS wore an off-white blouse. it was obviously beige. why the cover-up? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

#GOPBenghaziQuestions You realize this is the birther issue of your 2nd term don’t you? We’ll pick at this thread until our sweater unravels

— One-Legged Sandpiper (@OneLegSandpiper) February 17, 2013

how much wood could a woodchuck chuck? and please, give us a detailed answer. #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

sec clinton, you say you went “halfsies” on your lunch bill w POTUS. is that some kind of socialist code? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

allow me to repeat this jennifer rubin blog post… #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

at the time of this attack, was the president openly being black? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

#GOPBenghaziQuestionsPresident Obama, do you recall if you maintained any degree of uppityness at any point during the attack?

— Scandalous Hussy (@ScandalousHussy) February 17, 2013

Of course. Asking about Benghazi is raaaaaacist.

we’ve asked for a detailed schedule of the president’s bowel movements on that day. its a simple request! #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 17, 2013

Appalling. Beneath contempt, Mr. Willis and buddies. People died.

Can @owillis honestly believe asking questions about #Benghazi is nothing but cynical partisan politics? #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Michael Goodell (@MLGoodell) February 17, 2013

When one is morally bankrupt, yes. This is one of the largest problems we face; how do you debate things with an opponent who has no moral compass?

Other Twitter users swiftly call out the shameful and disgusting behavior of Oliver Willis and his fellow travelers.

@aspergesgrande @owillis The dutiful left’s capacity for self-delusion always amazes me. #GOPBenghaziQuestions

— Michael Goodell (@MLGoodell) February 17, 2013

#GOPBenghaziQuestions how morally & intellectually bankrupt are u 2mock asking how obama could sleep thru brutal rape &murder of #Benghazi4

— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) February 17, 2013

Plz note: the subhuman Proggies are mocking the attempt to investigate Benghazi, using #GOPBenghaziQuestions. #tcot #tgdn #teaparty #ocra

— WitCoHE (@EricStrobel) February 17, 2013

#GOPBenghaziQuestions How long can Obama supporters play #racecard to hide fact Obama hid under bed for #7hoursofBenghaziHell?

— Barbara McMahon (@southsalem) February 17, 2013

How long, indeed? Americans won’t let them. We want answers, and we don’t find the deaths of four Americans to be the butt of jokes. Those who aren’t morally bankrupt continue to seek the truth, and to seek justice for the murdered Americans.

Mr. Obama what really happened in Benghazi.Last night you spoke of justice,how about some justice for the families of four dead Americans.

— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) February 13, 2013

The sustained effort by people on Twitter to seek justice for our American Heroes who died in #Benghazi is a righteous cause.#7HoursOfHell

— WeirdReport (@WeirdReport) February 16, 2013

@senjohnmccain keep up the fight. #Benghazi #justice the families deserve the truth. We the people deserve the truth

— dennis newton (@dennisnewtonsr) February 17, 2013

#WhatDifferenceDoesItMake?All the difference in the world! #Benghazi #tcot #lnyhbt #ocra #military #America #justice…

— Shaughn (@Shaughn_A) February 2, 2013

Questions? You’re damn right we have questions. And we will continue to ask them until justice is served. Four dead Americans, Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, deserve no less.


I wonder what the qualifications to work at @mmfa are? One is manifestly to be a ghoul. @greggutfeld @jammiewf @owillis

— Loren Heal (@lheal) February 17, 2013

Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld rightly gives the ghoulish Willis the business.

Hey @owillis do u have any knee-slapping tweets about Sandy Hook you bumbling, irreleventgasbag?

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

Hey @willis as a media matters fellow does your commute consist of fridge to bedroom, then bedroom to commode?

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

Hey @owillis how’s that “fellow” title working for you? Does it get u a discount on housecoats?

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

Sorry – that should have been for @owillis.At airport bar. U understand. See u all on 5 tomorrow

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

.@owillis but I admire u for admitting libs are the bullies. Continue on with your weeping as u try to explain to loved ones ur life.

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

Nah @owillis I just like poking at shut-in cowards like u who mock the deaths of americans. Hey, at least ur a fellow!

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

.@owillis did he make fun of four innocent americans who died you bloated gasbag of nothingness?

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

realizing he’s a sad suckbag @owillis resorts to hiding that he mocked tragedy by shouting”Hey I have a two year old relative!” Pathetic

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

.@owillis not asking for a review. Just wondrin why u think 4 dead yanks are fodder for your shitty callous tweets u gasbag.

— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) February 17, 2013

Spot on, Mr. Gutfeld.


Senator McCaskill: Benghazi? I’m sorry for meany pants GOP questions for Panetta

Voting present! Panetta and Dempsey on Benghazi: We didn’t tell Obama or Hillary nuttin’

Sharyl Attkisson has one more question about Benghazi

YouTube video finally comes up in Hillary’s Benghazi testimony; Clinton continues to blame

CBS’ Sharyl Attkisson after Hillary’s disgraceful Benghazi testimony: ‘It makes a difference’

Boom: CBS’ Sharyl Attkisson tears into Obama Admin over Benghazigate

Benghazi? Whatever! There was just some ‘sloppiness’ there, says Obama [Video]

Cable sent to Hillary Clinton warned Benghazi consulate couldn’t withstand attack; Citizens demand answers; Updated: Video added

Media Matters’ Eric Boehlert blasts John McCain’s ‘disgraceful Benghazi campaign’

Awesome pic: Citizen takes fight for truth about Benghazi out on the road

Under the bus: Benghazi report ‘devastating,’ resignations roll in; Will media continue to ignore?

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24 Signs You’re The Lemongrab Of Your Friend Group

Everything is unacceptable.

1. You don’t really go in for all that touchy-feely business.

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2. And you do NOT do well with playful teasing.

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3. You’ve got a flair for theatrics.

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4. Some might say you’re the dramatic one in the group, but it’s just because THEY DON’T GET IT.

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5. You’re practical about safety, but it doesn’t mean you’re not having fun.

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6. In fact, when you turn up, you turn UP.

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7. You can’t hide your judgy face, but why should you when everyone around you is being so dumb?

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8. Your intensity level is at a constant 150%.

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9. You’ve been told you aren’t the warmest pen pal.

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10. You, when someone “hilariously” “pranks” you by messing with your phone’s autocorrect:

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11. When you finally understand this “joke” everyone seems to be laughing about:

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12. When your well-meaning buddy tries to get you to join him in his clean eating phase:

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13. When no one can agree on a place to eat even though you’ve suggested at least three PERFECTLY ACCEPTABLE spots:

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14. When someone on your crew gets those shoes you’ve been coveting (in your size, coincidentally!):

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15. When your friend is getting on your last nerve:

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16. When you need alone time:

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17. When your friends don’t take your tantrums seriously:

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18. When your friends don’t take your advice seriously:

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19. When your friends don’t respond to your texts fast enough:

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20. When your friends don’t love your faves:

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21. Basically, you don’t understand why it’s so hard for everyone else to live up to your totally reasonable standards.

22. And no one even listens to you when you decree your punishments!

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23. Still, the kindred spirits you’ve found understand and love you.

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24. And you tolerate them. You just express it in an…unusual way.

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