Like, really? Really? REALLY?!?!?!
For me, the asinine question and her moronic rationale wasn't what was bothering me. For me it was the blatant attempt at attention. Pure and simple. She has her camera focused in a downward angle to expose her very present décolletage, and we're supposed to pretend that this video is about some sort of philosophical question?
But then again, I always wonder who's worse? People like her or me? Granted, she might have just really wanted to know (I like to think the best of people), but chances are that when put on her face full of makeup and her low cut tank top that she was hoping to get people's attention. But at the end, I'm just as culpable of her foolishness because I gave into it.
No one should ever down someone from trying to get their own shine, but at the same time, it's us who determines how much of our attention we're willing to give these people who are craving the absolute-most through their behavior.
Maybe this girl isn't as dumb as she's trying to pretend. She might actually have a great career in advertising, if she's so inclined. Because she knows the key to getting people talking; I just think that it shouldn't be at the expense of exposing herself. But, what do I know?