I, for one, don't hate Kat. In fact, I don't want to see her gone. I just want to see her on the jury.
The funniest thing about this particular signature is that by the time you realise it doesn't say anything it's too late to stop reading it.
I don't hate Kat, either. But, her "I'm 22 and naive" schtick was becoming annoying and tedious. I wanted her to win the reward challenge, but was apalled by who she chose to accompany her, and why. This is a GAME. You have plenty of time to "party" and get drunk AFTERWARDS.
I'm glad she's on the jury - she should make for interesting viewing at the final tribal.
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Anyone who participates in a reality TV show must be aware that their words and actions will be the subject of discussion, possible misinterpretation, and, yes, criticism. It is a rather steep price to pay for that fame. I have a very hard time understanding why people are called "haters" for expressing legitimate opinions about someone who has chosen to broadcast themselves to the world via a reality show as long as those opinions are not crude, nasty, racist, sexist, culturally intolerant or bullying (hello Colton; hello Alicia).
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My future sister in law is the brunette version of Kat lol in every annoying way. I was SO happy to see her get sent to the jury, that was one of the best blindsides in all of Survivor ...she was right it was both fun and exciting! Haha I don't hate her either, I just love to see people get what's coming to them *cough* Colton. Hopefully this has shown her that she can't just behave like a spoiled little brat and end up getting her way in the end. And that's not just on Survivor!
You're right Kat, that blindside was fun.