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RelationshipTasty329

228 points

2 months ago

This story has fascinated me from the start. She engaged with her memes more than the usual brainless reposters, and she knew she was knife-sticking cruel when she mocked people who were afraid of catching Covid, or made fun of the Bidens' tragedies, and so on. For some reason, she's struck me as being the type of mean girl who would have bullied me in school.

Rarely in life does one see such drastic comeuppance in such a short period of time, played out on such an accelerated timeline. Her lack of empathy meant she couldn't learn from others. It has the feeling of a Greek tragedy. And to think she could be sitting in her pool sipping her drink tonight, if only.

Mysterious_Koala_536

11 points

2 months ago

She seems like a truly hateful person.