Local teenage girls who recently discovered that not only were they the subject of a viral mom blog post but that they had been blocked by the family, have taken it pretty well.
They sat down with NBC’s “Dateline” and here is a small selection of their comments:
“I think I may have been in Kindergarten with one of them before they figured out that public school was a tool of the devil. They post some weird shit.”
“What do I care? I don’t even know any of the Halls. I don’t even know why they sent me a friend request. But his shirtless picture was kinda hot, so I clicked ‘yes’.”
“I admit it. I am guilty. I sleep without a bra. They aren’t terribly comfortable. But most people just look at a picture, comment or not, and move on. They don’t study it for hours with a forensic team to discover the nature of the undergarments I’m wearing. Besides, one of the Halls specifically asked me to post a picture of me in my bedroom in my pajamas. And he said ‘make sure I can see a teddy bear.’ Yeah, I thought it was a little odd, but I didn’t want to be rude.”
“I didn’t even know that I had been blocked because I had hidden their creepy homeschooling asses a long time ago. I mean, how many times do you have to deny Jesus as your Lord and Savior before these people will leave you alone?”
“I feel relieved, really, because while I didn’t like reading their posts, I didn’t want to un-friend them. I thought they could be dealing with some serious issues. Everyone deserves second chances, right?”