Feeling the love

Posted on January 28th, 2011 3 great comments. Room for one more!

It started off with a tweet in which she mentioned how she’d just burnt her lip on a hot drink but couldn’t sue the company because the cup said, “Caution: Hot!”, and because she wasn’t living in the States.

I chuckled and responded:


She responded with:


Okay, obviously my tweet sounded like an insult so this was kinda justified.

I didn’t mean to imply that she doesn’t understand English, just that litigation for such things has gone to such extreme lengths (especially since she mentioned the States) that, you know, if at first you don’t succeed, sue sue again.

So I replied:


Misunderstanding, my fault. At this point I expected that, at worst, she’d block me for making dumb comments and that’d be that.

But no:


Her next broadcast mentioned how she’d like to kill people as a sniper (so she could run away without being seen).

Charming. And also, I believe, something that police take quite seriously these days.

Clearly, it was time to put my powers of blog to good use. At the very least, I thought, TCL will have been the first to mention this explicitly homicidal, erm, woman before the killing spree.

So, some research:



Maybe it’s just me, but if I was describing myself as a “100% island girl”, I would put an island location first, not last. This seems more like 33% island girl, but maybe that’s my lack of PR experience.

Then there’s the bit about being a model and “Jazz Dancer University of Toronto Graduate”, which is missing both punctuation and basis in fact. Then again, I suppose trannies can make attractive models too, so she / he might have something there.


The part about being an aspiring public relations exec and TV host was especially poignant. Lucky for her / him, potential employers never look up people (and their comments) on the web — especially in PR or television.

The “quiet, sexy, confident, cool” bit seemed pretty self-evident so for added Jamaican jerk spice I  thought I’d visit her / his MySpace page blog:

Whaa gwaan ppl? Ok, on haters……

I personally never had anyone openly hate on me before so I really dont know about that stuff. But I would assume if someone has time to  actually hate on you they really don’t have anything better to do with their lives. I mean who has time to sit down and really say I hate this or that person?????? Now I don’t hate anybody it takes too much time and energy and showing haters any attention whatsoever shows that they are affecting you in some way, shape or form….. So why is it that people are changing their Myspace names to  Get back at their haters talkin bout  ” I know you hate me b*&%@” and all dat.  That just means you’re just like your haters and its actually kind of sad……  So if anyone out their has ppl who hate on them….. let them hate and move on with your life.

Showing haters attention only makes them happy and thats obviously all they have to live for!!!  Dats my 2 cents on that issue!!!!!




Couldn’t have said it better myself.

3 Comments on “ Feeling the love ”

  • Kato
    January 28th, 2011 10:32 am

    Woah. She was a little uh….harsh. Quiet and cool? Definitely not her style. More like volatile and crazy?

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  • Patrick
    January 29th, 2011 5:57 am

    You have to admit though, Jarvis and Kato, it would've been a much boring day without her! :)

  • Jarvis
    January 29th, 2011 5:35 am

    This is the classic case of severe insecurity and a healthy amount of childhood, adolescence and in her/? case adulthood…friction…enough to spark a BoNfiRe by Looking the wrong way at someone :P Let us all now hold hands and say a Loving word for her/? and hope the poison, at least for today is diluted and her/? Island rooted charm makes someone feel "warm" than like"stepping on broken glass" – More love…less hate pls…and super-size it. Thanks :)

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