Rabbitholed #77: The TikTok Celeb Who Recorded a Mean Girl in the Wild; TikTokers Who'll Gleefully Doxx You PLUS (Free) Tech That Gives You an AI Art Director AND (Paid) Tech That Lets You Find Anyone
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It is one of the most fascinating interactions ever recorded at a party—a mean girl bullying a less-mean-girl and kicking her out. Perfectly captured, it is a teaching tool demonstrating the power of sheer peer-pressure dominance within human dynamics, in the wild.
“I know that you’re here visiting, like, Rosie,” the mean-girl voice begins. “But you bring, like, the weirdest vibes.”
We can’t see the crisp, curated, confident voice who is speaking about the “weird vibes” being almost criminally brought to a party.
But the arrogance, the haughtiness, the practiced and practically refined brand of cruelty—we all know this woman.
The TikToker secretly recording responds to the mean girl, nothing short of deadpan.
Then she briefly darts a glance at her phone which is capturing the entire interaction as it goes down.
The mean-girl interlocutor continues her knives-out assessment of the TikToker’s many personal failings and undeniable social repulsions.
“Yeah, I feel like I’m on my toes when I’m around you.”
“Really?” the TikToker says again.
“Yeah,” the mean girl continues, “and pretty much every single person at this party feels that way.”
“Oh my God,” the TikToker says.
“Yeah,” the mean girl continues, “and I honestly feel like Rosie feels that way. And I think you should probably…”
“Leave,” the TikToker finishes the sentence for her.
“I would love that,” our off-screen villain enjoys herself thoroughly. “But you should check what you’re saying before you say anything.”