My 18 year old know-it-all cousin who knows nothing at all likes to post crap on Facebook about this and that in the world. It's funny, because she thinks she knows better when in reality her naivety explodes through her comments.
Anyway, I'm not really close with her, but I have a deep urge to comment on her latest post - "Who cares about a stupid royal baby. Let's worry about issues that really affect this world" (because the birth of a future king is of no importance, apparently). So I want to nicely comment and say "the hype is overrated, but politically it of importance because one day that baby will rule a country". Just in hopes of opening her narrow mind a bit. She's a smart girl she's just young, inexperienced, and was raised by very stubborn right-wing extremists.
Sorry so long. Should I comment?
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:27 PM on Jul. 22, 2013
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Answer by PartyGalAnne at 10:07 PM on Jul. 22, 2013
I wouldn't bother commenting. It's funny that she would comment on the baby instead of just sticking to a statement about worrying about things that she considers important or relevant.
For the record, I don't really care about the royal baby. I don't have a feeling on it one way or another. I mean, good for them and all, but it doesn't change my day. Then again, a lot of regionally relevant and important events haven't changed my days. It doesn't mean they are any less significant or relevant to those that live in those regions.
And good gravy, WTF is wrong with being just a little happy for someone else's important day? Is she an attention seeker?
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:10 PM on Jul. 22, 2013
Answer by morebee7 at 10:49 PM on Jul. 22, 2013