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    I love her!! 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Rebel's humour isn't my cup of tea but agree with this!!

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    She's awful, never made me laugh/chuckle/snort/smile once. I put her in the Two and a Half Men of comedy. Don't think I'll ever get it or like it.

    Luckily there are so many other great female comedians out there at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceOfBase View Post

    I think she comes across as a bit of a try-hard. She got her break in the Fat Pizza TV series right? But she never acknowledges that (very rarely) or thanks them for giving her a start now that she has made it in Hollywood. She thinks she is better than them now that she's famous. I would like her more if she was more humble and grateful then being so up herself.
    Melissa McCarthy got her big break from Gilmore Girls but rarely ever mentions the show or its creator Amy Sherman Palladino.

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    Default Can someone please explain the appeal

    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    *sigh*

    Why is it when anyone who is criticised in this country this is trotted out. You do understand the term came from criticism of people of genuine merit, eg Greg Norman? Not actors whose merit was subjective?

    Why can't we just not like someone's humour or understand their popularity? Why does it always come to this?
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    I don't mind her...for me she is an "in small doses" sort of person. I think she'd drive you crazy to be around for too long...although possibly so of her public persona is a bit contrived and OTT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    *sigh*

    Why is it when anyone who is criticised in this country this is trotted out. You do understand the term came from criticism of people of genuine merit, eg Greg Norman? Not actors whose merit was subjective?

    Why can't we just not like someone's humour or understand their popularity? Why does it always come to this?
    1. I don't care where the term came from
    2. Why do people feel the need to biatch about someone they don't 'get'? Why does it always come to this?

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    Default Can someone please explain the appeal

    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    1. I don't care where the term came from
    2. Why do people feel the need to biatch about someone they don't 'get'? Why does it always come to this?
    Never let facts get in the way of a good meme, hey?

    Tall poppy syndrome exists worldwide. Margaret thatcher even used the term once. Despite a few memes about it being peculiarly Australian it's not.

    And if someone is famous then yes they will be talked about. Generally when a person wants fame they usually accept that not everyone likes them.

    I'm pretty sure Rebel Wilson doesn't lose sleep over what a few Bubhub members think of her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    1. I don't care where the term came from
    2. Why do people feel the need to biatch about someone they don't 'get'? Why does it always come to this?
    you could apply point 2 to many bub hub threads/posts.

    the fact is, we're engaging with eachother via an online forum. there needs to be something to discuss. we're not all going to sit around discussing the weather or how well the grass is growing 😂


 

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