There are those who make their bones by being the best, those who succeed by criticizing the best and then there are social media shamers. Social media shamers are people who busy their day with mindless gossip about people they either do or do not know. The shamer scale ranges from the occasional commenter to the full-blown hater and when a story like the celebrity hacking scandal surfaces, they pounce on it with the "Oh, I would never" argument.
The "Oh, I would never" argument is a put down wrapped in jealousy, disguised as a idle commentary. It can be expressed many ways but it all amounts saying someone has a problem that you would never have because you're somehow smarter. It's a pig calling itself skinny while standing next to a rhinoceros.
Now certainly, there are some valid points that the celebrity hacking scandal teaches us. Namely, that none of us have the expectation of privacy in the internet age of hackers. Our computers are just another safe criminals can crack and now they don't even have to leave their homes to do it. However, in the history of break-ins, rarely do you hear the neighborhood blaming the victim for the burglary. Here is a look at some of the meaner tweets of the celebrity hacking scandal.