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dementomstie - 2009-07-21 AFTAB! Shouldn't she be protecting kids from Giant Trolls!?
I can't believe that kids think those are real.
I mean. I've read plenty of those "I'm a seven year old girl who died and if you don't copy and paste this I will kill you at night with a chainsaw and Zamboni" messages and I'm still alive.
Wait! What's that? Oh my god! It's a small girl with a chainsaw driving a Zamboni! NOO! I've Been Murdered To Death By The Internets!
mashedtater - 2009-07-21 this is like a hop and a skip from being an onion clip.
remember the good old days? remember that crazy thing called EMAIL? well remember those chain letters?
rev.dinosaur - 2009-07-21 I think it's closer than that. Look at that "Internet Safety Expert" and tell me if she doesn't look a little too familiar.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-07-22 She's an expert in absorption of organic matter. Soon she will come and absorb all of the food in your house...and if you don't give it to her she will stab you with a plastic spork and pour maple syrup on your newly bought white carpet!
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-07-21 Starting your news report off with a MILF is a shameless ratings grab.
spikestoyiu - 2009-07-21 Ew. She's got Kate Gooselin hair.
Freeman Gordon - 2009-07-21 Chainletters on youtube are proportional to the amount of kids and emo people on youtube.
Cena_mark - 2009-07-21 Sounds like a good way for the cell phone companies to make more money off texting.
Dinkin Flicka - 2009-07-21 Ha, some of my sister's friends pulled this on her via email when she was in 8th grade. Except I'm pretty sure instead of the 7 year old dead girl coming to kill you charade, it was the 40 year old living man coming to rape you charade. My parents weren't amused.