She appears to be more disoriented than usual. Both videos together barely time out to 5 minutes.
Most people in MLMs lose money. Paparazzi is one of the worst ones because the margins are so small, and the products don't sell themselves at all. She'd have to sell a lot of fucking jewelry to make more than $50. That requires a lot of charisma and hustle that I don't think she has the energy to do. Also, you have to recruit to make money. Which also requires charisma. I'm 100% sure she's losing money on Paparazzi. If anyone hasn't had a chance yet, google Paparazzi jewelry. It's worse than Amberlynn's Claire's shit.I'm pretty sure they need both their disability checks, along with her MLM stuff, to survive financially. Betty, no doubt, kicks in rent to help support their hoarding habits.
Sara's saga reminds me of the stories a doctor who had recently gotten off a visa for medical research in the States told me. Part of his contract required that a certain percentage of his time had to be spent with patients. He told me many stories of the Amerifats. Oh, how he grew to hate them. Every story reeked of "Muh google search is just as valuable as your MD." They generally didn't care what MDs said. They wanted to live their lives as Amerifats and would only briefly put up the pretense of wanting to change. There was a lot of "God will decide my path. Google says *insert bullshit, easily disproven information*. When can I get surgery to get rid of my fat so I don't have to exercise or diet and can go back to eating three cheeseburgers and two large milkshakes in one sitting without having to stop to frantically breathe asthmatically every other bite?" The doctor said he'd never experienced anything like it before going to America.
In the medical community, it is extremely common. My mother volunteered in a hospital up until the pandemic, and she said there were ALOT of deathfats. Whereas the patient population used to be 80-90% elderly, it is now at least 50% deathfat. The hospital even had to hire two strapping men whose sole job was to hoist them in and out of bed.Are you sure you were really talking with someone who went to the US for medical research because that story sounds like it came from an early 2010s european subreddit post.
If that was the norm for even 25% of Americans, SimplySarah’s thread wouldn’t be a thing. It would be considered semi-normal and thus uninteresting. There’s a reason stories like the ones you heard from your medical PhD friend are noteworthy, and it’s not because they’re common.
That mini dress is worth price of admission alone. Christmas tree still in full effect! We’re a week from May.That's not good...she's struggling to breathe while just standing there and talking.
I also think that top is meant to be worn with pants. Yikes.