It doesn't exactly open well anyway. A woman with blonde hair with dark brown roots and eyebrows saying that people should look more natural
And the rather childishness to it clearly states how intellectual it is. She's talking to a computer, which isn't there cause it's computer graphic, in a manner that kids TV presenters talk to the artifical co-stars. And I've seen better artifical computer voices from programs ages ago.
And the hysterical puns... Pods Law, Oh my Pod, Pod off... My sides are splitting. ¬___¬
The lolita girl Emma... She really reminds me of one of my friends. She acts and talks like that but she's hyper too. So she's excited as well
And she looked a lot better in the lolita anyway. it suited her shape and her hair looked a lot better too. So they basically made her look rubbish. And I also notice that they didn't ask the public about them at all. Clearly the general public wasn't as negative as they wanted them to.
What gets me is that fashion is changing, and they trying to hold it back and also sayng that it's okay to slag someone off if they're wearing something different to what society deems normal, thus promoting bullying