Nicole Arbour Is Stretching Out Her Fifteen Minutes

A girl who claims fat people smell like sausages is changing the conversation so we all forget how terrible she is....
Photo: Paul Ofcharsky / Opie Radio (YouTube)
Photo: Paul Ofcharsky / Opie Radio (YouTube)

We’re running into overtime on Nicole Arbour’s fifteen minutes of fame. To recap, Arbour is a comedian actress person who makes videos on the up-and-coming website, YouTube. In an effort to be funny motivate seek attention, she makes videos that may sound ignorant about topics which she knows lots nothing about. This time, she tackled obesity fat people.

The video gained a lot of positive negative attention and the world proclaimed, “this girl is amazing” “who is Nicole Arbour?”

As part of her non-apology tour, she appeared on at least two shows. The first, ABC’s The View where a panel of women of various weight classes asked pointed questions to a girl who didn’t understand why people wanted to talk to her. The interview went moderately not terrible and changed nobody’s opinion of how ignorant the blond girl was.

On the show she claimed her video was just comedy, because she’s a comedian (Actual comedian Tom Papa would later confront her for, you know, not actually being a comic). When the question pointed to why her jokes weren’t funny and she was just being insulting, she was now a motivational speakers (or something) that uses a tough love approach of making fun of people (read: bullies are just motivational speakers).

Next up, Nicole visited The Opie and Jim Norton Show on SiriusXM [Ed Note: The author of this article is also employed by SiriusXM Radio]. On the show, Arbour told the great tale of that one time she defiantly overheard some juicy gossip backstage at the show that she maybe had a bad appearance on. What luck she has.

“Backstage, I heard the girls being like ‘Oh yeah, our nurse jokes didn’t go over well so we have to apologize because they’re tweeting us too much,'” Arbour told the radio hosts. “And I’m like, ‘you all are pussies.’ See, I can sit in my jokes and be like, yeah, I made them, I think it’s funny. Whatever. But they go on there and make a fake apology. When the cameras weren’t rolling, Michelle was like ‘Yeah, that’s not a real profession. They want to be doctors.'”

ABC has so far denied the entire account and it’s totally, definatly not likely Arbour made up this story because… you know… she was on a promo tour for claiming all fat people smell like sausages.

So, now that all the deflection is over we can all go back to not knowing who Nicole Arbour is.

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