Woman’s ‘Visceral Need To Push Boundaries’, Exposed As Insatiable Desire For Attention

Woman’s ‘Visceral Need To Push Boundaries’, Exposed As Insatiable Desire For Attention

A local woman’s repeated social media boasting about her ‘lifelong, transgressive need to push boundaries’, has finally led her friends to question whether she ever had any boundaries. Twenty seven year old actor India O’Kelly who has played a corpse and a coma patient but has yet to secure a speaking part, recently confessed to “having had a deep-seated, visceral need to confront boundaries and tear up the rulebook for as long as I can remember”.

This revolting example of virtue-signalling waffle, observers say, appears to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back. Angelica Green, after conferring with Deirdre Fahey and Chloe Larkin, calculated that O’Kelly has made a similar humblebrag, on no less than eight previous occasions without any supporting evidence. After some discussion, they decided to stage an intervention over the weekend in the little organic coffeeshop next to the super cute vintage clothes boutique.

Although Green made a strong opening, the three weren’t prepared for the speed or volume at which O’Kelly folded and began to sob that she might need help because she thought she might have some kind of disorder.

“Probably one of the ones that Hollywood big names turn out for but that’s also difficult to diagnose?”

“Like an egomaniacal desire for self-publicity?” Greene inquired, sarcastically.

“Yes but I think it’s actually called Narcissistic Personality Disorder?”

Larkin, reading aloud from her phone then said, “Narcissistic personality disorder is characterized by a life-long pattern of exaggerated feelings of self-importance, an excessive need for admiration, a delusional sense of status and diminished ability or unwillingness to empathize with others feelings”.

“That’s the one,” O’Kelly said. “People often inadvertently reveal how little they know about it? My father said something yesterday that really hurt.”

“What did he say?” Greene asked.

“He said I know as much about boundaries as Hitler did.”