R.I.P. Natalie Elmo.

20 Jun

Natalie Elmore has officially left the building. The Twitter building, that is. After a huge blowup with one of her really good “friends”, Sydney Dalton, Natalie accused Twitter of only providing her with fake friends, and saying that she missed the “true” friends she’d left behind in the “real world.” Too bad you trashed those “true friends.”

However, we all remember when Twitter was your number 1 priority; you even tried to use it to get Justin to see your dancing video, since you are one of his “future backup dancers” and all. Yeah right, Twitter was convenient when you reveled in the novelty of tweeting Justin and talking to other fans. It’s not cool that once you drop Twitter you drop those “friends”, too. Newsflash: if you’re actually someone’s friend, you don’t leave them at the drop of a dime. You don’t ditch them, avoid hanging out, or sleeping over. You don’t insult them over a social networking site or demean the people who have come to know you over the past few months.

But maybe you were never actually friends with these people, especially Sydney. To us, it has always seemed like an attention game, from your very first dancing video to the headshots you swore were hideous last weekend. Thinking about it, the only time you hung out with Sydney was when you were making a video or doing actress-related things. Is that because you were trying to use her to get her manager’s attention? Wanted a head start on some YouTube views? Too bad it didn’t work.

Twitter just got rid of an itch with a capital ‘B‘, and after some serious aloe-vera treatment, Twitter isn’t ready to be exposed to such toxins as you again.  So Twitter doesn’t miss you, yet you want to make another Twitter because you’re having withdrawal? Our remedy: go to rehab, before the cycle of instability and broken relationships restarts. You’re already out a few friends because you like to burn bridges. A friendship is a two way street, and for some reason, you have a roadblock in the right lane. So basically, your town is all messed up. Get it together, Elmore.



2 Responses to “R.I.P. Natalie Elmo.”

  1. Belieber Gazette June 20, 2010 at 6:12 pm #

    I love your writing i aspire to write like you 🙂

  2. it's not right June 21, 2010 at 5:00 pm #

    what did she even do to sydney ?

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