VIA Bleacher Report
When I first saw this, I laughed.
Probably because I could imagine myself tweeting something similar when I was a youth. I loved hockey. I knew the game, and the players. HOWEVER I also was a teen girl, and if I had access to twitter then, I probably would have sent a lot of tweets like this:
“I wanna touch Pavel Bure’s Russian rockettttttt… omggggg omg [emoji] [emoji]!!!!!”
I am thankful everyday that I didn’t have twitter then.
That said, do you think it’s wrong/mean for a professional organization to call this girl out? Even if it is true (and kind of hilarious)?
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) June 20, 2014
The whole relatively innocent thing has caused this young lady to re-evaluate her life choices — she deleted her @BlondeBarbie103 account (it’s a cat named Maurice now), and came up with a new one — @BlondeKaylee10.
At least she learned her lesson. Kaylee’s most recent tweet:
“all this is a good reminder though; that your words can come back and bite you. Especially if you @ a big sports team [emoji] [emoji] #nhl”