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Kids Read Mean Tweets, Reminds Us Bullies Suck

Kids Read Mean Tweets, Reminds Us Bullies Suck

By Alex Williams March 14, 2015

On Jimmy Kimmel Live! there’s an ongoing skit segment where “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets”, showcasing (as the name suggests) superstars reading hurtful tweets from average schmucks. Since celebrities are too privileged to bear the weight of feelings, it’s a good chuckle for …

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