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Old 13-07-2013, 15:04
Like A Star
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I wasn't saying that the pranks itself was excusable, just that they were probably being honest when they said they didn't expect to be put through. The initial prank and the way it was handled was mean, and they might have been the straw that broke the camel's back, but I don't think we can hold them heavily responsible for the suicide...
I didn't mean you, I was more talking about the people who have told those who dislike the prank to lighten up, get a sense of humour, and generally act like anyone with anything against pranking is somehow "bad"...this attitude was especially rife when the story first broke even after the suicide.
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