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lawiffer-jennrence said: I see where you,and the anon are coming from- but I also know some overweight peopel who are teh way I described. Still. I love AND hate Sadie at the same time...I am writting a fanfic of that idea I pitched,just to see if it would work. :)
I hated her at first, til I saw the episode about her food journal. Now I like her but she’s still a bitch. But I know what you mean, I know people that way too. Believe me ;)
Anonymous said: Just putting in my 2 cents, I think it's really unique and different for MTV to make the 'fat' girl the bully. I do think Sadie is mean and the way she is because she feels so awful about herself, and because she feels so bad about herself she wants to make others feel worse
Exactly! I think that’s why people love it even more, It’s not the typical. :)
lawiffer-jennrence said: I love this show a lot. So much. But I have come to a realization. If this were reality, Jenna and Sadie's personalities and characters would be swapped. Sadie,being overweight and bullied her entire life is a sweet,normal girl. Whiel Jenna, obviously beautiful and thin would be headcheerleader and bitchy to Sadie. THIS shoudl have happend. Matty and Jake adoring sadie's kind and levelheaded personality,fall for HER. Causing Jenna to try and ruin Sadie's life. Is it just me?
I mean, it could happen. People who have been bullied for being overweight don’t always turn out to be the victim. Some (like Sadie) use it as a defense. She’s rude to people to hide her own pain.