Because, truly, what greater evidence can there be of a genuinely great person and loyal friend than someone who:
a. Takes to her blog to call her BFF ("OMG!!! WE LOVE EACH OTHER SO MUCH THAT WE'RE JUST LIKE SISTERS!!!!") a "bitch" for refusing to provide a dementedly long New Year's Resolution list that would have made Rambo look every bit as insane as Jackles herself.
b. Tells her "sister," publicly and apparently privately as well, that her hairstyle is ugly and unattractive to men.
c. Takes to her blog to publicly humiliate her beloved "bunny" by assailing her styling choices for their latest TMI taping, including a cute Vivienne Westwood dress that failed to make Jackles look like she'd raided Donna Reed's closet in the 1950s.
d. Apparently ignores, or certainly does not respond publicly, to frequent apologies from Rambo for failing to outfit JA in something that wasn't pink-hued, didn't add a cup size to the tits, accentuate the waist and cover up the bottom half which basically describes every tiresome outfit JA ever puts on.
She's a REALLY NICE person, y'all. She's NOT faking it! That's what it says in her blog intro!
Jan. 2: "Yes, people who have never met me feel obligated to write nasty things about my personality, appearance, and life choices - but this, in its odd, painful way, has been one of the best lessons I could have ever learned: judge not, lest ye be judged. It has made me into a kinder, more considerate, far, far less judgmental person. And now, as 2009 dawns, I’m seeing something else happening - I’m developing a core of - not apathy, because I’m the antithesis of apathetic - but calm. Compassion. Peace. Maybe even zen? For the first time in my life, I’m beginning to understand how to let go of other people’s opinions."
You see, people? That's WHY she threw a friend under the bus over an article of clothing! Also, see below: she was simply treating Mary in the way in which she herself would like to be treated! Don't you haters GET IT??
Jan. 17: "More importantly, the tenets underlying my daily interactions with other human beings have started to take on a spiritual significance. The lessons aren’t complicated - in fact, they’re all cliches. And none of them even have the word “God” in them. But they mean something to me now, more so than they ever did when I was an avowed atheist. Strange, right? I can’t really explain why, but they do. 1. Treat others as you would wish to be treated. 2. Be kind. 3. Judge not, lest ye be judged. 4. Turn the other cheek.And then there's this, from just two weeks ago:
Feb. 5, TMI Weekly "Mean Girls" episode: "I don't hate on other women. I just don't. It's not my style."
And let's go back a year, when she was still trying to convince her readers that she was a truly wonderful human being. This was written after she publicly revealed her ex-boyfriend's mental health issues on Gawker, by the way, and just ONE DAY before she demanded he buy her a Mac Air Book because he'd promised her one while they were going out. (His response was classic: "I took `[redacted] is bi-polar' to mean `all obligations are off.'" She basically told him to grow up in response. Um?)
March 4, 2008: "People will ALWAYS have differing opinions on what you should do with your life, with your money, with your time, with your spirit. But ultimately, as long as you treat people well, you have nothing to be ashamed of."There you have it, RBNS readers. Jackles is, in fact, a really lovely person who always treats people with the utmost kindness and respect. Until, that is, they try to make her wear a dress that doesn't make her tits look awesome and doesn't accentuate her waist! If that happens, SHE WILL SHANK A BITCH, do you under-fucking-stand????!!!??