Now that you have reached your 15 birthday, you too will be selected." Rose has confirmed the video is part of a forthcoming Lonely Girl15 series.Why is it that Americans feel the need to almost apologize when they are looking for someone?Avery and her friends tried to run away, but the cult chased them.By the time Bree sacrificed herself so that her friends could live free from the Order, her videos had been viewed 60 million times.Jessica talked to to give us the scoop on Lonely Girl15, how You Tube has changed over the past decade, and which character she ships with Bree once and for all.17: What can you tell us about the reboot of Lonely Girl15? Yeah, it's pretty secretive, so I really can't say hardly anything except just to watch.
If you watch it now for the first time, the video wouldn’t seem like anything special, but thousands tuned in.If you were among the early fans of You Tube in 2006, you certainly knew who Lonely Girl15 was — that 16-year-old girl named Bree who made "video blogs" in her bedroom about daily life with her super-strict parents.Soon, the videos got dark: it was revealed that Bree's blood type made her the target of a secretive cult called The Order.Take it as a sign or a call to action in American speak. See what happens is many American girls are serial monogamous daters until their 30s for this reason. American girls like this are horrible to date if you ask me. This is how you are supposed to feel when you do not have your other half. I teach English one on one and I will tell you what I learned.It makes us desperate enough to look outside ourselves for someone to rescue and save our lives in every sense of the word. Then when they are in their 30s they want to find this last hope guy. Girls should be desperate and lonely in their 20s, We guys are. And like the Poet Rilke says Love is the work for which all other work is but preparation. To be alone feels like 100, no 1000 cold daggers stabbing you deep in your heart. This is nature tell you to go out there and find your other half. I talk to Eastern European girls who have their Ph D’s and are super successful directors of large companies.