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  • Lexi- I wanted to make a video so you could feel the tone/ and how I truly feel about you. Your speech is you claiming all these things and I just laugh, I had to message you first a lot of the time so I DOUBT YOU message Bryce first to organize a move. Actually I doubt you organized anything because the only thing you put effort in was dying your hair and mentioning how you date a former contestant. You told me you stayed up crying because you didn’t want to be pagonged and tribe lines shouldn’t matter. Then why did me Anita and Bryce go out back to back to back. That was all about tribal lines. You are a delusional hypocrite and the truth of the matter is your hair why you dyed it was ugly as shit. When I get voted out you stated that you felt I would be messaging you the same way I was messageing KEVIN which is funny because I NEVER MESSAGED YOU when I left... why the lies in your speech?? Are you that insecure about your game that you have to make up lies??? Fact of the matter is you’ll never get my vote.. I’ll never have respect for you and will think your nothing more than lying hyprocital TRASH

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    • Hey Adam, I know that you didn't ask anything and that you said I would never get your vote which I understand, but I would still like to respond as that seems right.

      I was the first person to message Bryce, earlier the day that he flipped. An hour after my message to him, he messaged me that he had read the tribe chat and wanted to flip. If anything you should have seen the effort I put into trying to come to a deal with you to avoid rocks, and the fact that I was the one that flipped the pre-merge vote from Sam to Logan should show that I did care a lot about this game and trying to put myself in the best position.

      With you, Anita, and Bryce- following my fight with Anita I knew I would no longer be able to work with her, and then with you after you had told me we had a deal and then breaking the deal- you weren't someone I could see myself working with. Had we kept that deal, I would have kept my word and worked with you until F4- that was not my fault that you chose not to follow through with it.

      When it got down to F5 as I said I knew my best shot was with Tif and Vi- which I knew before you told me- and so I knew Kevin and Bryce had to go. Bryce had shown he was better with challenges in the past so he was someone that should have gone before Kevin- to give myself the best chance at the next immunity. I also know that you were talking to Kevin because while you were messaging me, to save you and to take out Bryce and Kevin, you were saying Bryce and myself to him. That was before the immunity challenge, but it was that same round which is what I was referring to. I'm sorry if that came off wrong in my speech.

      Anyways, it was nice getting to meet you, and I'm sorry that we're not leaving on better terms.

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    • Adam's response:
      No Lexi. See this is where I get upset because I fee Maar Sauud 2.0 is getting blamed for the Tribal Lines and remember how you were so upset about the pagoning? YOU STARTED IT the tribe vs tribe all started because YOU SAVED an inactive and voted out LOGAN and then you wanna cry about getting picked off.... you are delusion

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    • Hey again, Adam- as far as I'm aware you guys would still have voted out Alex and Olac no matter if we voted Sam or Logan. The difference is, saving Sam helped give Kevin, Tifennie, and myself an additional round past the merge- which we would not have had if Sam was gone. Sam also wasn't completely inactive, he would be around at points, which gave us a chance at merge before Clismar quit, which is what we needed. The issue with getting picked off was you guys kept saying "yeah we want to flip- just not now", and that's it. It felt like I could do nothing to change it, no matter what I tried it was always that same response. So I guess you can blame me for it being tribe vs tribe, but I still feel saving Sam was the right move and without doing that, I don't think I'd be here.

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    • Adam's response:
      I wanna ask all 3 a question, What was your biggest flaw in the game, and how did you recover from the flaw?

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    • yay a question :D my biggest flaw was probably everything i did since i had no idea what was going on 99.9% of the time and i did not recover apparently. :) sorry to have failed everyone in jury

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    • Thank you for the question, Adam.

      I would say my biggest flaw was probably my social game (or lack of). As an explanation, I'm generally a talkative person and that carries over into ORGs- which is why in a majority of my games I play, I get targeted as a social or jury threat. This ORG, I was determined to not let that happen. With my starting tribe, it wasn't a super chatty group to begin with- and with the multiple inactive people it just led to me talking barely at all so that I wasn't the most social of the bunch. Unfortunately I carried this over with me into early merge, I basically only talked with those I had in the past, which as you said you had to be the one to message me first a lot of the time.

      I feel I overcame this more in the later merge, once it was almost exclusively people I felt I already had bonds with. At that point, it felt safe to become more of my usual self, which I had kinda pushed aside for a lot of the game. I felt I became more active socially. I don't know if I fully recovered from it, but I do feel I was starting to heal it a bit at least! Thank you again! :)

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