wouldn’t that, by extension, make most people jerks too…i mean, given her popularity?
Joshua Long
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No. Falsely believing that a jerk is not a jerk based on limited knowledge of that jerk doesn’t make a person a jerk. And it’s not an issue of needing to acquire a taste for Jennifer’s particular brand of “charm.” I found her charming just like everyone else in the beginning. But as the years wore on and her schtick wore thin, I realized that her perceived awkwardness was simply masking her jerkish behavior and a seeming lack of concern the feelings of others. That being said, I don’t think she’s an awful person or anything. And I have very little to go on since I don’t actually know her. I’m just sharing my perception that she’s not someone I would want to be friends with.

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