Video: Emily Batty Releases the Teaser for Season 2 of Ambitions

Feb 2, 2021 at 14:48
by Sarah Moore  


It's been nearly 4 years since the last episode of Ambitions with Emily Batty was produced and now with the support of Canyon Bicycles​ and her new sponsors, the series is back for a second season. The series is a collective effort by Adam Morka, Liam Murphy, Brian Hunt and others who will document Emily's pursuit of performance and the lifestyle that comes along with it with a few guest appearances.

bigquotesDear haters, I have so much more for you to be mad at. Just be patient.

Seriously though, I’m excited to bring the Ambitions video series back in 2021. Let’s all just be cool, thoughtful, understanding, respectful, and raise each other up to make 2021 a great year.
Emily Batty


In the teaser, Emily Batty, who has twice finished third in the World Cup overall, won bronze at the World Championships two times, won both the Pan American Championships and the Canadian National Championships, and finished fourth at the 2016 Olympics, shares some of the hateful comments she has received and promises she's not done with competing at the highest level just yet.


bigquotesShe has looked too lean, for a couple years now. Eat yer food girl.

The fire in the belly is gone. More worried about IG modelling like posts.

She might feel like after 12 years of racing it's time to pop out some babies.

From one Barbie with rainbow stripes... to another Barbie without them.



130 Comments

  • 142 9
 Sad that I recognize most of those remarks from PB Commenters...
  • 109 11
 It collectively qualifies as classless, juvenile misogyny from guys that Emily could dust on just about any bike. Emily will move on to bigger and better things, continuing to represent Canada (and Ontario) very well. By contrast, anyone commenting like that will watch those comments follow them in infamy. NOT what MTB is about or has ever been about. Emily Batty is awesome. I wish her only the best in 2021!
  • 21 2
 @steflund PB trolls *
  • 29 2
 Totally. I was embarrassed for the people who felt like they needed to put their personal opinions and interactions with Emily out for the world to see, but I love that she is using them to fuel her this year. I bet she will keep crushing!
  • 32 25
 You can find these remarks on any message board regardless of the sport. I think this is more telling of peoples' reliance on social media for validation instead of you know, focusing on real life. What a waste of energy worrying over what randos post online.
  • 17 67
flag mm732 (Feb 2, 2021 at 18:45) (Below Threshold)
 @HogtownWheelsmith: commenting on someone's work ethic (perceived or otherwise) as an athlete does not constitute misogyny. nobody is above reproach. get off your white horse.
  • 9 11
 Unfortunately, the first one is mine
  • 14 4
 @mm732: Why do you feel you are entitled to comment on a complete stranger's work ethic if they are not your employee or a contractor hired by you? Curious how special or important you imagine you are in your head.
  • 5 2
 @HogtownWheelsmith: how does this comment have 9 down votes?
  • 10 0
 @scott-townes: social media amplifies the voices without increasing any personal connection It's really dehumanizing considering it has the word "social" in the title. It's the same reason people in their cars will scream things at each other they would never think of saying face-to-face. If two pieces of glass destroy any connection, what hope do strangers on the internet have of developing mutual empathy? You're right, the only solution is to ignore them and not play the game. On the positive side, it's yet another benefit of riding bikes. It's pretty hard to spend a day pedaling in the woods with someone and not bond.
  • 4 2
 @plyawn: Exactly, just ignore it. Its the internet. Emily is old enough to remember a time before the interwebz so its odd to see certain people getting sucked into that nonsense.
  • 5 0
 Exactly my thoughts. I actually had chills seeing all of those pop up and recognizing them from the last article. Really quite sad that those comments were made about one of the best XC racers in Canadian history.
  • 8 0
 @mailman: Fair question! Same goes for any of the many positive comments on this thread. But at least this thread shows overall, in terms of numbers, that the majority of Pinkbikers are decent people who just want to ride, have fun, and grow the sport. The trolls are a vocal and unpleasant small minority. The key message is getting across - Emily, we have your back, and sexism/any type of discrimination has no place in MTB!
  • 57 2
 "She's struggled with inconsistency" was me. It was part of a larger comment wondering about her relationship with Trek and her coaching situation. I don't feel like that was unfair. I wish her success then and I still do now. She's always been one of my favorites and I'll be screaming at my TV per usual when she's near the front in 2021.
  • 25 3
 I think it’s hilarious that she and the Pinkers think that this is considered harsh....whatever you kids do, don’t look at YouTube comments.
  • 7 5
 Looks like she took your comment out of context. I like Emily but not sure this new direction is wise. Anway, its all marketing. Canyon is paying her as part of a campaign to sell bikes so we all have to take this with a pinch of salt.
  • 6 3
 @unrooted: yeah, the sexist bullshit is pretty gross, but it’s pretty funny that people are like “what gives you the right to comment on her work ethic”

Have they heard of ESPN, or sports writing generally? There’s a century-old tradition and multi-billion dollar industry around sports commentary and analysis. I’m a fan of the sport. She’s a professional athlete. Sports fandom has never been about sitting on a sideline politely cheering. If you care about the sport you want to know things like how they’re training, what events they’re targeting, and yes, why they found success or hardship in different periods of time.
  • 2 1
 Well on the flip side you got your own professional athlete edit created to address your comment. I see no reason to stop now!
  • 4 1
 @cougar797: True, although I didn't love being lumped in with a bunch of creeps commenting on her body.
  • 3 0
 I read your full comment- seems thoughtful/ balanced (I don't follow xc much so not sure how accurate but def out of context). My prediction: she will re-read it after your followup here, become '21 xc champ and credit you in a followup vid.
  • 1 0
 @heckler999: Ha! I won't hold my breath. I doubt she or her husband liked my speculation about her coaching situation. But again, I think the role of her coaching is 1) super interesting, and 2) a fair and reasonable thing to wonder about as a fan.

Of course, inherent in the question is the acknowledgment that I have no idea what's going on with her coaching except that it was a visible point of conflict with her team and that it manifested in some unusual equipment choices. Who knows? Maybe it's optimal for her.
  • 1 0
 @nattyd: Why is she revealing so much of it then?
  • 3 0
 @nattyd:
She changed her coach
Good. Everything is new for me in 2021, including a coach out of the USA. He’s worked with multiple World Champions and Olympians in all disciplines, and it’s been a lot of fun. Adam is so busy with his day job and the team that it just didn’t make any sense for him to wear the coaching hat. It wasn’t fair for him or me, so we figured it out, and it’s been amazing so far

emilybatty.com/blog/signing-with-canyon-q-and-a-and-podcast-feature-on-canadian-cycling-mag
  • 1 0
 @JEL16: Oh hey, thanks for that article. It’ll be fascinating to see how it pans out.
  • 42 10
 Always amazes me how much a bunch of dudes on the internet have to say about world class female cyclists... the slowest of these ladies would drop 95% of the people online and 100% of the people who like to post snarky comments about them.
  • 23 55
flag scottty (Feb 2, 2021 at 16:02) (Below Threshold)
 Slight exaggeration there.
  • 39 23
 also loads of shit spoken of men athletes, we can leave gender aside in this.
  • 27 13
 @iiman: plenty about men but not nearly as vitriolic or to the same excess.
  • 15 31
flag unrooted (Feb 3, 2021 at 1:18) (Below Threshold)
 HEY LADIES! I found that white knight you’ve been looking so hard for: @badbradleybrown is just the best.
  • 19 15
 @unrooted: sincerest apologies for interrupting your busy night of misogynistic shitposting. I'm sure the realization that Batty could take a year off the bike and still make you look like a chump going up or coming down really got you feeling some kind of way... my bad. Thoughts and prayers for your recovery bro. Beer
  • 7 11
flag unrooted (Feb 3, 2021 at 2:02) (Below Threshold)
 @badbadleroybrown: that sounds like what a white knight who doesn’t understand how they are the mysogonyst would say.
  • 5 11
flag badbadleroybrown (Feb 3, 2021 at 2:10) (Below Threshold)
 @unrooted: spoken like a true misogynist... go on and have a wank and a cry about it and all those mean mean women who laugh at you. You'll be ok lil guy.
  • 7 5
 @unrooted: you really need to switch off Reddit for today mate, you've had enough...
  • 4 5
 @badbadleroybrown: when you're on top of something, or even more, have been on top and now you're on your way down, people is gonna try to hurt with whatever they have handy. Is part of success.
I'm not saying that's right, but is part of the game, is part of human nature. Deal with it.
  • 3 2
 @unrooted: @badbadleroybrown this just paints both of you in such a great light. Class act on both ends.
  • 4 4
 @pgomez: really glad you approve, that was 100% my goal in posting.
  • 28 1
 I would love to see the names of the people who are commenting that stuff it would be like "Emily is pretty whiny lots of excuses" - SickTotallyProMtbGuy69
  • 13 32
flag Dimdumb (Feb 2, 2021 at 15:30) (Below Threshold)
 "Dont be mean, be nice"
- Trump
  • 1 7
flag Dimdumb (Feb 2, 2021 at 15:30) (Below Threshold)
 Google it
  • 6 3
 Are you slow bro?
  • 5 0
 You can find almost all the negative comments (and thus, their usernames) in the comments section of two Pinkbike articles: the one where they announce she and Trek parted ways, and the one where they announce she's now on Canyon.
  • 6 0
 @Dimdumb: username checks out.... especially for the fact if Trump really said that, he stole it from Dalton in Roadhouse.
  • 2 0
 @Dimdumb user name checks out.
  • 10 0
 @dtax: "ROADHOUSE" - Peter Griffin
  • 32 12
 Why is she giving credence to “haters”?Just let them be, they literally do not know you.
  • 37 11
 controversy sells
  • 6 2
 for the record, i have nothing against her, one of my favorite athletes (lolo jones) has been doing it for the last decade and it works. It is part of the modern marketing ways.
  • 19 2
 It raises awareness that there's a person behind the comments.
  • 18 2
 All I know is I cant say a darn thing! She has World Cup Podiums and I don't. So whatever negative thing I could say about her would be invalid!
  • 17 2
 I'm Batty for Emily and wish her nothing but the best. She is a star and an ambassador for our sport, not to mention a role model for young women.
  • 14 2
 Bumped into her on a ride at Hartland (Victoria BC). Just out for a ride like the rest of us, cheered us on through a steep rock roll... seems to me beautiful both inside and out. Great role model and ambassador for the sport. All the best to her.
  • 12 1
 It’s really sad that some people try to squash really good people just to feel better about themselves.
Good job Emily, keep overcoming the obstacles.
  • 11 1
 I remember vividly the first time I saw her race in 2010 at Sea Otter, out front, pearls and a huge smile. Nothing but respect for her
  • 28 19
 Shouldn't she just move on with her life rather than feeling bad about some people online? I mean why even acknowledge the haters at all?
  • 13 12
 Yeah people are just dicks in general online. Funny how she can acknowledge haters but not give props to Trek when she left their program.
  • 10 8
 she's a champion and people attack her character, maybe simply because she's a female? i think it would be hard to completely ignore all of it. do we see comments like this about a lot of male pro riders?
  • 7 5
 @crysvb: yes we do see this all the time about male athletes. Not saying it’s right, but everyone talks crap about everyone on the internet.
  • 11 8
 I’m a little late to the party.. I assumed I was about to watch some inspirational riding or something related but I just watched a cinematic workout with tiny, hard to read quotes from trolls for some reason? Not sure how this is supposed to convey anything other than maybe her appearance. Everyone already knows pros workout so how's this compelling?
  • 5 5
 @crysvb: we definitely don’t see emotionally-lit workout scenes from male pro riders. Thankfully
  • 11 6
 For the same reason you felt it necessary to call her out for making the video. Why do you care if she makes this video or not? Shouldn't you just move on, it doesn't effect your life right.

The double standard here is ridiculous. If you worked super hard towards your life goal and there were constantly people trying to tell you how to live your life and undermine your hard work, you wouldn't be upset? Everyone can sit there and say "they are just comments, why do you care?" but I bet most people commenting here wouldn't handle it any different if they were on the receiving side. Male or female it doesn't matter, at the end of the day we are all humans with feelings.
  • 7 6
 @darb123: then why put it up there on a media platform to invite comments? sorry but it seems there is no right here, pro makes video, people comment, pro doesn't like comments, pro makes further video
  • 7 2
 @crysvb: is it really just because she's female? I feel Aaron Gwin gets an awful lot of stick from certain commenters here because he is "boring" or "God boy". Same goes for Gee yet Rachel seems to get none of that.

I think that people who are somewhat introverted get unfair treatment online by ass holes who think everyone needs to entertain them all the time.
  • 12 3
 @humoroususername: You could argue there is sexism in both what's happening to her and Gee or Aaron. And yeah, Rachel (and Tahnee for that matter) got her fair share of shit for (shock, horror!) swearing from time to time, which literally never happens to males.

Isn't there a pattern here? Males get trolled for not being bro enough. Females get trolled for being too bro.

Though admittedly the comments about appearance, calling one "Barbie", negatively commenting on her physique, how she's too thin/too thick, only has sponsors because of looks (utterly ridiculous in case of Batty) are reserved for females. At least I can't recall anyone calling Finn Iles "Ken". I mean he's a handsome young man who hasn't exactly been winning World Cups left right and centre and yet is on a major team. No one's gonna suggest it's because of his pretty face and not insane amounts of talent? We acknowledge his results also depend on how strong the field is and a bit of luck on the day, but Emily is a talentless Barbie if she's "only" top 10 and not top spot?
  • 3 2
 @bananowy: thank you, this is more where i was trying to go. a lot of attacks on her physical appearance and personality i spend some time on pinkbike so i was just simply saying you don't see a lot of male commenters calling male pro riders ugly, robotic or too thin etc.
  • 2 2
 @crysvb: then again you don’t see a lot of male commenters making those comments, just a few idiots, same as a few idiots kicking off at Aaron and others- there will always be idiots, as my wonderful mother says, rise above it or beat em at their own game
  • 3 0
 @sewer-rat: yeah, i agree but like i said i think it would be hard to ignore. especially since these people being torn down are naturally competitive. it would bother me.
  • 2 2
 troll apologist
  • 6 0
 I'll be honest, I really don't go for putting professional athletes down - and certainly don't question their commitment. The dedication it must take just to get yourself in a shape to just make the start line is truly incredible, never mind the commitment and determination required to be at the top. Different discipline I know but I remember watching a piece on Chris Hoy, explaining what training he had to do every day for 20years to stay at the top, it borders on insanity. Frankly these athletes have my upmost respect.... I am certainly in no position to slate or make judgements. Just because I'm sat behind a keyboard with the ability to throw out mindless comments, doesn't mean I have to - could always show a little class.....
  • 9 1
 The haters are only showing there disappointment with themselves. Emily, do what makes you happy!
  • 6 0
 You know it's easy to pass comments....positivity breads positive outcomes. I recon Emily is fired up more than ever. Cool to see Emily on a new team, new chapter and new goals. You go girl....
  • 11 7
 This is not a clever way to respond. There's an old saying that the truth lies somewhere in the middle, and having read the comments under the last few articles I could see that there has been a overall movement away for her fandom. Of course in comments there are going to be outliers, i.e. really hurtful comments and over the top adoring comments, but to pick the former is just looking like playing the victim in my opinion, and that excuse-making is similar to the 'I can't do that feature because I need more travel/head angle/whatever.' and we (MTBers) hate that shit in others and in ourselves (myself), because we all know some old guy on a clunker sent it two decades ago. Instead, I think Emily should take a moment to look at why there has been a shift against her, and the answers are in the middle ground in the comments. Her job is, essentially, to sell product. And we are the buyers. And we comment. And PB commenters once worshipped the ground she walked on...

For the past five or six seasons women's XC has been the best racing on the planet, and Emily has featured in some of the best moments in those races - guts, determination, superior skilled overtakes, never say die. I would have put money on her for a win. That sells bikes to us people who actually buy bikes.
  • 8 7
 Not arguing with the gist of your comment but that saying that "the truth lies somewhere in the middle" is one of the dumbest mantras people universally keep mindlessly repeating worldwide. Seriously, it's so stupid and detached from reality. People just say it to make themselves feel better when they know they're wrong or are trying to avoid confrontation.

Truth is just that, it exists, there is one of it, it has no split-personality, no feelings and doesn't care about being fair or in the middle ground. If one side is clearly right and the other clearly wrong, it is what it is and no wishful thinking or old proverbs will change that. If it is indeed in the middle between two options, then yeah... but it's hardly often the case, let alone a "rule".

Also gonna point out that the video makers didn't just pick out the negative comments as you suggest. You must have missed the entire second half of it that quotes the positive ones. Not sure where the excuse making is either? Seemed to me more like the premise of this video was taking motivation from the comments of either type.
  • 2 7
flag mi-bike (Feb 3, 2021 at 4:20) (Below Threshold)
 @iamamodel always good to get insights from an industry insider like yourself. Do you also ride bikes? ;-)
  • 1 1
 @bananowy: You are right if there is only one correct answer, like maths or which component of a circuit board has blown. In this particular case there is no single answer - it is a shift in opinion. And if the profession of a person is to move units then the masses matter, so you go for the middle ground. And if you scroll to the bottom of the article you'll see the negative quotes I refer to.
  • 1 0
 @iamamodel: Any marketer will tell you that you don't always go for the middle ground, but often choose your target. But that's off topic anyway.

You are confusing "potentially maybe most profitable" with "right".

Even if she can sell the most bikes pandering to the middle ground between fans and haters (doubtful), that does not mean in any way shape or form that the truth about her, her work ethic, attitude, training etc. lies somewhere between the subjective opinions of those two groups or that there is more than one truth about that. Fact is, none of us in the PB peanut gallery have that knowledge. However judging from her results over the years and how long she's managed to stay at the pointy end of a competitive field with other riders coming and going in the meantime, my best guess would be that if anyone is closer to some truth here, it's the fans.

As for efficiently selling bikes, aren't the haters mainly mad at her for focusing on social selling and content creation outside of racing? If that's the case then yeah, nah, "middle ground" won't be the right strategy. That's how bikes are sold now. She'll be just fine ignoring the trolls (or trolling them back like in this vid), doing her thing and laughing all the way to the bank.
  • 1 0
 @bananowy: I agree with all your statements, however the middle ground I refer to is the source of truth of why her popularity has shifted. Her truth only she knows, and performance is for all to see - no need to check the comments for those proofs.
  • 3 0
 "Ever tried.
every failed.
no matter.
try again.
fail again.
fail better"-tattoo on the foreman of 3 time grand slam champion Stan Wawrinka
She's a very tiny percentage away from getting rainbow stripes. Hopefully the new team change gives her that edge.
  • 8 1
 I wish I was good enough to have 'Haters'.
  • 3 0
 Top athletes are human like the rest of us and suffer from the same anxieties and social media hate and love and everyone else, just amplified.

I would love to know what percentage of negative comments she gets compared to positive comments?
For some perspective, I would expect that a footballer might get more negative comments after a single bad performance or moment in the first 10 minutes than the entire elite male and female XC field gets in a lifetime!

The one thing that I took from the video is that at she is still hungry and wants it, its her job and she is exceptionally good at her job (I am certainly not one of the top 10 engineers in the world!).

She will have to do the social media thing to bring in additional money or honour her contract/sponsor commitments, but so many are doing that now as its just part of the earning game for athletes.

Every time I watch an XC race I am in awe of the athletes, they keep themselves at the red line for so long, its incredible.
Regardless of how well Emily does in 2021, coming back year after year and going into that dark place training must be exceptionally hard, especially when there are younger riders coming though with not only the same desire but with advancements in diet and training they have an advantage for sure and can progress faster than athletes from 10+ years ago.

As a downhiller I often prefer to watch the XC than the Dh as the XC is just so exciting these days.
  • 3 0
 Keep on rocking it! 10/10 for all the great things she has done and i look forward to seeing more of them! I think comments on her results are naff: get a grip folks- a 3rd in the worlds means that there are only 2 riders quicker than her worldwide. Have a think before you let rip.
  • 4 1
 I think its a smart marketing move. Im sure Emily is real gutted that her fan base has moved....from guys who only liked her because she was pretty.....and like to diss her because they are frustrated at not being able to speak to real women. Putting anyone down to make oneself feel better isnt cool, it makes you a d*ck....dont be a d*ck.
  • 6 1
 I think she would benefit from an slight image change. Less Porsche, less training at $3 million condo videos in the desert and more Rocky 4 down to earth vibe.
  • 4 0
 Exactly. MTBers don't like that crap. Emily needs to understand that her audience is not one that responds positively to the 'living the dream' type images that is successful for other audiences. Look at the VANZACS. They are living a version of the MTB dream, but imagine if they put out an edit where they were driving their own Cayennes.
  • 15 12
 Truly like and respect her, but it seems like in the world of sports there are athletes who either respond to 'haters' with their performances or with talk. Things seldom go well for the latter...
  • 9 3
 She's really lashing out at folks!
  • 2 2
 i hope she's putting it all into her training like Lance did (being serious). she's going to need it to beat Yolanda.
  • 5 1
 @mm732: interesting how Yolanda doesn’t seem to get the negative comments EB does.
Nor does Kate Courtney.
Why is that?
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: perceived character IMO. People love an underdog. Not winning alone doesnt garner "haters".

(Some) people dislike Froome because hes perceived as an inauthentic robot.
  • 2 0
 @mm732: Froome's problem was also a dominant and boring team tactic. Ironically, that seems to have changed a little since his injury. I'm rooting for him on his new team.

We can only perceive from what we are given. She puts out the gram posts and YouTube edits. She does the interviews.
  • 6 2
 Highlighting the hater comments is funny. Finding fuel in the hater comments........Priceless. Don't hate the player, hate the game. Lol.
  • 2 1
 Shut up and ride yer bikes. This woman is a pro and wears makeup to work out and that is her business. It’s really just an excuse to market bikes and trainers. If the barbells had a brand name - them too. Wake up and smell the marketing. All commenters negative or positive have taken the bait. This is therefore an effective marketing strategy.
  • 1 0
 Ya know, I commented a little bit ago, and the responses it got made me realize all of the drama goin on. How about this, stop focusing on pros and their drama and focus on riding your bike. That's what actually matters. Who cares about who sad this or that. Go on, ride your bike.
  • 1 0
 That's a devastating view into what celebrity athletes have to endure from narrow-minded couch critics. All for doing what you love.

Everyone has ups and downs, and I can't imagine the pressure of having to perform day in day out (like many jobs I guess) but in the public eye.

At least there was some positivity and encouragement amongst the idiocy too. Good luck with your goals, Emily - embrace to the fans and ignore the sceptics.
  • 7 7
 Haters are always going to exist. They spread gossip and verbal poison everywhere they go, especially on the internet. What Emily needs to do is to not take any of it personally. She'll be a lot better off, in lots of ways if she does this.
  • 8 11
 hey raydolor, you really need to not suck so much, why don't you be better. See how easy that was to ignore and not take personally. It's easy to say what people should do when its not happening to us. This kind of talk isn't much better than what she is talking about in the video. I understand you have good intentions of trying to say don't let the naysayers bother you, but you are doing the same thing by telling her how to feel.
  • 10 7
 dont forget to like and subscribe.. also here's 30% of Sneak energy.. you know.. a drink made just for "content creators"...
  • 5 5
 Hit the bell icon too so that you will be notified.
  • 7 2
 You go girl....
  • 2 0
 Go Emily! I am SO stoked for you girl! There is plenty of love for you out here in the Universe. Shine on SuperStar! I am so excited for 2021 for you!
  • 23 21
 Are those civil, elegant and appropriate comments? No, I don't think so, quite the contrary.
But "hateful"? Come on...
  • 6 2
 they dilute the meaning of words to the point there is nothing left when you need to describe the actual thing.
  • 5 1
 @mm732: 100%
  • 4 1
 Now that is how to deal with all the haters! Well done!
  • 4 2
 I found that video quite upsetting to watch if I'm honest and its definitely made me think.
  • 2 0
 Yeah, Emily Batty completely doesn't deserve that kinda stick. Trek on the other hand...
  • 3 2
 Here's Emily's game plan:

1. put on makeup
2. workout
3. race
4. lose race
5. pout on instagram about "haters"

wash, rinse, repeat....
  • 8 10
 PB needs to expand into bookmaking so we can all put our money where our mouth (keyboard?) is.

I'll put $100 on her not being on the podium in 2021. Not as a discredit to her but because the field is absolutely stacked right now. And add $100 for PFP with the overall. Not sure about the olympics yet...
  • 2 0
 I really liked this series, happy to see it come back.
  • 1 0
 I didn't know she signed with Canyon... Awesome!
  • 1 0
 Emily Batty is a rockstar, nuff said.
  • 4 5
 Don't listen to the haters... You are awesome... Though, some of the comments were taken out of context in fairness.....
  • 1 4
 Maybe she should get Butters to filter the comments she reads. It worked for Demi and Seagal.

"Run for your lives you little f**ckers! The man is coming!"
  • 10 11
 Emily trolling the trolls! Too bad her results still suck.
  • 4 1
 I had to laugh
  • 2 4
 The worse her results, the bigger her ego gets. How's that workin' out for ya batty Emily?
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