We have repeatedly told you she’s going to rule this town some day.
Yesterday, KOCO Channel 5 celebrated their harmonious inclusion into the Ogle family by posting this kind note about Abigail on their Facebook page:
Wow, Abigail Ogle hasn’t aged at all over the last… almost year! It’s like she joined KOCO…less than year ago. What did we all do before she burst on the sports scene like a Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball in 2013?
Okay, that’s kind of silly. Who, other than Abigail Ogle and Carson Cunningham, really cares that Abigail Ogle has been at Channel 5 almost a year? Do they do this for every KOCO reporter who’s been there almost a year? No. Does every KOCO reporter serve as Marvel’s inspiration for the new lady Thor? Well, nevermind.
Anyway, the pic of Abigail got the attention of the Facebook Trolls. In a post that tagged Abigail Ogle, they left mean comment after mean comment criticizing her makeup.
Here are a few examples:
Wow, that’s rude! Sure, Abby’s friends may want to organize a “Blushervention” sometime soon, but if you’re going to mock and ridicule a nice young lady’s appearance, at least have the decency to do it on your own blog. Don’t do it on the girl’s Facebook Wall where she’ll see it and then cry. Also, try make your comments funny. There’s a big difference between being a dick and being a funny dick.
When something like this happens, usually the “celebrities” involved pull a Jesus, turn the other cheek and try to ignore it, but not the attention loving, viking warrior princess Abby. She grabbed her hammer and fought back against the trolls, but instead of going down their dark lonely path, she countered with a cheery blend of aloof optimism and annoying positivity that you can only find in the bones of an Ogle warrior.
Check it out. It’s very amusing.
Hello again, people of the internet. It’s another Monday, which means it’s time for Monday Morning Tweets, the recurring feature that 4 out of 5 dentists say has “no affect whatsoever” on oral health. If that’s not enough to get you to read this post, I don’t know what is. Maybe if I tell you there are pictures of beautiful naked people included.* Well, guess what? There are.**
This week’s tweets and the pictures of beautiful naked people are after the jump.***
*There are no pictures of beautiful naked people included.
***No, really. There are no beautiful naked people in this post.
Good morning, everyone! It’s time for yet another edition of Monday Morning Tweets. If you’re anything like me, you spent your weekend laughing at Patrick enrage OSU fans on Twitter. It was a nice change of pace from the way I usually spend my weekends — laughing at Patrick enrage OU and/or Thunder fans on Twitter. I’m pretty sure he’s the reason the #unfollow hashtag was invented in the first place.
Let’s get right to this week’s tweets. They are after the fold.
Did you all know that it’s been really hot outside for the last week or so? I know because people on twitter keep tweeting about it. For instance, here’s Wendell Edwards. He is “so over” this heat. If Wendell Edwards hadn’t tweeted that about the heat, the only way I would have known it was hot outside would be from EVERYONE ELSE ON TWITTER TWEETING ABOUT THE HEAT (or by stepping out the door. Kidding! We all know that won’t happen). I’m not judging here, I am guilty of it as well. But I think we should all institute a Heat Tweeting Moratorium for the rest of the summer. From now on, the only reason any of us should be allowed to tweet about the hot weather is if
1. You are about to die from the heat
Really hot. Think it might be sunstroke. Vision blurry. Muscles cramping. Legs won’t move. Can’t pee. Send help.
2. You have a really funny joke about the heat
HAHAHAHA JUST KIDDING IT’S WAY TOO F’ING HOT TO THINK UP ANY JOKES RIGHT NOW
This week’s tweets are after the fold.
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