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Actor / EntertainerI am comedian, actress and Groupon spokesperson Tiffany Haddish, AMA!

Feb 16th 2018 by Tiffany_Haddish • 32 Questions • 161 Points

My short bio: I am a Junior that goes to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, I was in my 4th period class, Holocaust History, my teacher is Mrs. Schamis.

My Proof: I wish I could provide concrete proof, but my phone is still in the classroom so this is a screenshot of my schedule on my Virtual Counselor http://prntscr.com/ifnngt

EDIT New Proof: My student ID - https://imgur.com/a/4FJjU#1yeF8Vx

Hi everyone, my name is Sid, I'm a Junior at Stoneman Douglas and I'd like to share my story of what went on in room 1214, the third room that was shot into by the shooter, and where two victims, Nick Dworet and Helena Ramsey were killed.

2:20 PM - We are working on the laptops doing an online activity when we hear about 10-15 gunshots outside of our door. Everyone scatters and from about 25 kids, two groups were split in different corners. I was in the corner that is immediately to the right of the entrance, Nick was in the back right corner that could be immediately seen from the entrance. The group with Nick and Helena were trying to form a barricade with a cabinet and a computer cart (one that holds laptops and charges them) but without even 20 seconds to react, the shooter comes to our door and starts shooting through the window of the door. He was shooting at the corner that Nick and Helena were in as well as about 12 other students with them in that corner. Nick got caught in the fire and died immediately, Helena also got caught and was shot twice in her chest, she died within seconds but was gasping for air before she died. I was in the opposite corner so I couldn't see his body because a cabinet was in the way, and I'm thankful that I didn't witness his body because it probably would have affected me much more. A girl told me she had to use Nick's body as a shield once she saw he was dead immediately :(

Here is an edited version of the map to show the corner where I was hiding (blue), where Nick and Helena were (orange) and where the shooter was shooting from (red). Thank you for the support you have been giving. And if any of you came out to the vigil yesterday, I have no words for how happy I am that you came to support.

If you have any questions about what went on on Wednesday, let me know, I'm here to fulfill your interest.

The AMA is now over but that doesn't mean I won't reply to you if you message me, thank you all!
Q:

What is your favorite memory from the set of Girls Trip other than going on the Groupon swamp tour? (Still love that story so much lol)

A:

“I was in one of the classrooms, and we all hit the floor as the gunfire started,’’ junior Sidney Fischer said. “Our class was skipped.”

But when he walked into the hall, he saw what no one wanted to see. Bodies were down on the floor. Blood, too. The smell of gunpowder in the air was still with him. Feis was responsive, alive, in a way that gave hope.

This is the only part of the article that concerns you from what I can tell. Did you give any in-person interviews to anyone? I've read through most of your comments. The two parts in actual quotes don't say much on their own and look to me like they're just random excerpts that fit in with the sentences the author was trying to create. I don't think you ever mentioned anything about blood, gunsmoke or bodies (plural) in the hallway. I don't remember you mentioning encountering Coach Feis at all. The sappy emotional part about him still being responsive thereby giving you hope is downright insulting if it's not true.


Q:

My favorite memory is Jada giving me my Rottweiler Givenchy bag! I saw the price tag in it and I said to Jada "Girlll you just paid my light bill for a year I'm sellin' this!" and she said "Tiffany - you can't sell that it's a gift!"

So it's up for sale now y'all, it's only $4000 (and may have flowers inside hahahahaha, you Cali people know what I'm talkin bout)

A:

I gave probably 5 interviews at the vigil, one of them was a 10 minute one with AP, another was like a 5 minute one with a german news station (?) and there was like 3 other small conversations I had with some reporters but they didn't have mics.. so maybe one of them twisted my words.


Q:

Loved your appearence on Drunk History.

How was your experience filming it?

A:

Was there a moment where everyone collectively realized that something was wrong?

I was in a school shooting in 2012 and I remember hearing a loud noise and scream and for the first split second thinking it mustve been someone dropping something and scaring someone and then realizing that no something is super wrong.


Q:

I don't remember anything from that night!

A:

As soon as we all heard about 7-12 loud shots outside of our classroom, we all looked at each other and DARTED toward corners.


Q:

How surreal was it getting to announce the Oscar nominations?

A:

What was going through your mind? Anything, nothing, praying, please not me? I can't imagine being in a horrible situation like this, and I have no idea what I would be thinking while it was going on.


Q:

Aw man, that was an experience of a lifetime. I felt like a substitute teacher who went out the night before and wasn't ready to pronounce those names.

A:

Well as you can see in the post, in this edited map, I was in the corner where the blue dot was. I was with my teacher Mrs. Schamis and about 10 other kids hiding behind and next to her desk. As soon as I got into my spot, I started to ask my teacher "Are we geniuinely going to die right now?" as soon as that last word came out of my mouth (now), the shots started ringing into our classroom. I had my head down and I was behind her desk so I couldn't see if the shooter had came into the class or not (he didn't), so I thought within seconds he would turn to me and shoot me, but thankfully he was only outside of the classroom shooting into it from the door window.


Q:

Hey, Tiffany!!! #SheReady i love you so much! I just wanted to ask, when was the first moment you realized "wow,I made it." and what was your reaction? I bet it was comical. Thanks!

A:

What happened to you and your friends is awful 😔

Was anyone able to lock the door to the classroom? Or was it just happening to fast to really react?


Q:

When I did the Arsenio Hall show and he scooped me off my feet and I licked his face!

If you want to know more, Google it.

A:

The door was already locked. What's crazy to me is that earlier in the semester (approx. 1 month ago) my teacher (Mrs. Schamis) always kept the door unlocked, but recently in the past two weeks the administration started to crack down on teachers that kept their doors unlocked.


Q:

Your perspective on life is amazing given all you've been through. What are some tips to getting over rough times and not letting BS pull you down?

A:

Did you know the perpetrator at all? What was the general opinion of him/was he in school days previous to this?


Q:

Find the funny in it. Find something about the situation that can make you laugh. Whether it be the guy that hurts you got a lazy eye, or somebody passed gas in the middle of a crazy situation: find the funny. You know what I mean!

A:

I didn't know him, but I remember seeing him around the halls freshman year. He was a very "different" individual. He would wear military boots, wear a hat and always kept his head low and was just all-around "janky", if thats a good word to describe him.


Q:

Ms. Haddish , listen all 7 hours of your book straight 👍🏿. What would you like to added to book that you didn’t have a chance to?

A:

Strong kid. I hope you manage to cope well and get through the tough times ahead, and help the others too. Thanks for giving us your insight, it's very valuable and appreciated.

How is your teacher, Mrs. Schamis, holding up? To be in a position of responsibility during an event like this, I can't even imagine.

Thanks for doing this, and keep well.


Q:

None of your business...lol. If I wanted you to know, I would have put it in the book!

A:

I saw her yesterday during the vigil. She was talking to two of my current teachers and some of my old teachers from freshman year, and as soon as she saw me she said "everyone, this child right here is a hero!" and I was astounded because I never thought that I could be looked at as a hero. I didn't save any lives, I didn't jump in front of a bullet; the only thing I did was try to calm and quiet people around me. That is no hero, that is just what you should do as someone in that situation.


Q:

What are the best and worst things that come with fame? Besides being tired as f, of course.

A:

What is the school doing to help you and other students struggling with this event? I'm assuming you have days off, but are there counselors and resources for you?


Q:

The best thing that came with the fame is being able to provide for my family! The worst thing aside from being so tired is not getting to spend enough time with my family.

A:

Yes, yesterday the whole day they had counselors at the local park in the auditorium inside. I believe they are still there today, I haven't went yet but I am going to go later this weekend once I'm done seeing all the people that want to see me. At this same park, there was a vigil that was streamed live to the world yesterday that I was at. During the main event, I was standing with 4 of my classmates who were there with me in the classroom as it was happening.


Q:

How many times a week does a fan ask you to say bootyhole? (lololol)

A:

Are you friends with any of the people in critical condition in the hospital?


Q:

At least two times a week (seriously)

They either ask me or they say it to me!

A:

No, but my great friend Daniella was one of the victims. She got shrapnel in her leg and was in the opposite corner of me. She went to the hospital but is perfectly fine now, I told her how much I valued our friendship and we are meeting for lunch tomorrow!


Q:

What do you think the most defining moment in your career has been?

A:

Hi Sid. Thanks so much for sharing this.

This is a throwaway but I knew beigel and wondered if you could tell me more about what happened ? I believe he was locking a door when he was murdered. It doesn’t surprise me if it’s true that he was trying to save others. He was a hero.

I worked with him for 3 years at camp starlight where he is a complete legend. Maybe the funniest guy I have ever met. I remember at the end of camp when all the counsellors got a small gift from their adl. Beigel bought us all a fucking key ring with his own face on. The man was a genius haha.

God bless Scott. You’ll be so sorely missed my so many.


Q:

I don't know - there hasn't been one yet. Still working on that definition. Ask me again in about five years!

A:

I don't know much about what happened to him but I believe I heard he was on the third floor.


Q:

Your stand up is usually hilariously inappropriate, but you said you used to perform at bat mitzvahs. Can you run us through your typical bat mitzvah set?

A:

Could you describe your reunion with your family?


Q:

I would start out "How's everyone doing tonight? Congratulations! I heard someone's grown up nowww! You ready to pay those taxes? Wait until you try to find a place to live but they don't let you live there cause you got roaches! I hope you know how to clean your room, cause you'll have roaches!" I was corny as hell.

A:

Well considering my phone was on my desk still (it still is right now), I couldn't get to my parents or anyone I knew immediately while it was actually happening, but once the police escorted our room out of the building I found my friend RJ, who was in the FIRST room he shot into. RJ gave me his phone and I called my Mom first, she didn't answer because it was a Massachusetts number. I called my brother and he answered quickly and I broke down as soon as I heard him say "hello?", I explained to him that a school shooting just happened and I told him that I'm ok. He said he was going to come pick me up immediately but I told him to tell my mom, which he did. She eventually came to pick me up a mile down the road at the local park (where the vigil took place yesterday). We drove over to the local Wawa where my dad and brother were waiting for me, and I broke down into tears immediately.


Q:

What was your favorite scene from girls trip?

A:

Was your classroom door already locked when the shooting started or did someone lock it upon hearing shots? What did the teacher in the room do and did they have time/ or attempt to give to any instructions to you and your classmates?


Q:

My favorite scene is when I tell Regina's character all of the things I would do to her husband for cheating on her. Because the director let me say what I want to, and I often think of revenge when I'm home alone.

A:

To be honest with you, I was next to my teacher as soon as we got to our corner. She was bewildered, she didn't know what was going on. Me and her were actively trying to make sure people next to us in that corner were doing ok and were safe, we couldn't necessarily get up and go help people in the other corner if you get what I mean.


Q:

How surreal has this past year been for you? What was your reaction when Paul Thomas Anderson said he wanted to work with you?

A:

Hey Sid, I went to JPT (class of 2010) and had lots of friends at Douglas. This whole thing is so surreal being how nice and family oriented our town is. Sending you a big hug. You might not get to this Q because you have so many but I always thought those slits of windows in the doors were super thick with metal wiring to reinforce them so did he literally just shoot that out then stick the gun through the hole or how did he actually manage to shoot into the room? Sorry for your losses and pain, you're not alone.


Q:

This last year has been very real for me. I mean, I visualized this! I manifested this. When Paul Thomas Anderson said he wanted to work with me I was like "Oooooohhhhh somebody like me?!"

A:

I don't know exactly I had my head down behind a desk. But, what I can tell you is that he most likely shot the window out then started shooting in the direction of the corner where Nick and Helena were.. I don't remember him even trying to open the door.


Q:

Craziest fan moment so far?

A:

I’m so terribly sorry this happened to you and your friends. Is there anything you want to say about Nick or Helena that people should know?


Q:

Oh man, when I was in Eritrea in the city of Asmara, I was staying at this really nice hotel called the Asmara palace and it was full of teenage girls and boys. There was at least 100 people in the lobby waiting for me to take pictures. But to be honest, they were probably all in their 30s. They just look really young!

A:

I never really talked to Helena and didn't know much about her. But I spent the whole school year with her so far and I can tell you that she would always be smiling while talking to her friends and she was a very positive person.

Nick (NICHOLAS DWORET, not the ruthless murderer who's full name I don't even want to say) was not necessarily a friend of mine, but I have had MANY conversations with him over the course of this school year. In particular, I remember our first conversation earlier in the year we were talking about what concerts we had went to during the summer. I told him I went to the Playboi Carti concert and the XXXTentacion concert, and he told me he went to the Lil Pump concert. He also told me stories about how he got caught doing bad things with his friends and how when Junior year started (he's a senior at this point) he made a resolution to focus on his schoolwork and make sure he stayed obedient to his parents because his swimming career was thriving at that point. Nick was one of the most pure individuals I have ever met, he always had a smile on his face. I remember specifically a few weeks ago he announced to the class that he committed to University of Indianapolis for swimming and everyone was applauding him and he did one of this gestures where you lower your head and scratch your head because you are embarrassed but happy (if you get what im saying). Every time I scroll down my instagram feed and see his face, I break down and its just all around rough to think about his family and his girlfriend and anyone else who was closer to him than I was.


Q:

Have you found Roscoe ?

A:

It's refreshing to hear honest thoughts from a highschooler about people who passed away.

When people are my high school were involved in a tragedy everyone pretended like they were best friends with that person, even if they never spoke to them.


Q:

No, and I'm still lookin for him! He's definitely not on Groupon.

A:

pretended like they were best friends with that person, even if they never spoke to them.

There is no one-upping in situations like this. At the vigil, I saw Joaquin Oliver's (he was one of the casualties, everyone called him Guac) girlfriend and bestfriend. They were in absolute pieces, like you could literally see the life sucked out of their faces. I broke down like 30 feet away from them just seeing them. Guac had literally just been switched into my Algebra class a week ago and I can't believe that when I go back to school, his seat will be empty and life will just go on.


Q:

What are you most excited about working with Melissa McCarthy?

A:

Sid, Firstly I am glad you're OK, and I am sorry for what you had to experience. What was the tone of the situation like when you heard the first couple of shots? Were people trying to convince themselves it was a firework or a car back fire? Or did you know immediately it was gun fire and how did the students in your classroom react? Thanks!


Q:

I'm excited to get the opportunity to learn from Melissa... and making some money! #Wehungryoverhere

A:

Well no one even hesitated at all, we all got up and ran to a corner, but a few of us were muttering "Is this one of those school shooter drills?" A few seconds after that, the shots started going off into our room and I saw dust flying around the room and knew that this was serious. About a minute after the shooting stopped in our room, I look over to my right and in the opposite corner, a girl named Samantha had blood all over her face and her eye was swolen (I believe a bullet grazed her face), but she is luckily ok. I couldn't see Nick or Helena's body because a cabinet was in the way. All I can tell you is that I remember the first 10 or so shots going off right outside of our door and the memory of the sound hasn't faded whatsoever.


Q:

What was it like having Taylor Swift as you personal chef?

A:

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Q:

It was amazing and her cooking was excellent!

A:

She's an absolutely awesome teacher. I love the detail she goes into about every subject that comes up in class. I remember when we switched into her class this semester (we had a different teacher for Holocaust History last semester), I thought she talked too much the first day but I've gotten used to it. Now that this has happened, I want to hear her blabber all day until my head explodes.


Q:

In an interview with Stephen Colbert you said when you were initially struggling you created a list of goals. What’s on your list now?

A:

From reading some of your comments, you seemed to be so poised and collected in the situation. Would you consider yourself to have always been that way, or do you think the situation brought something new out of you? Glad you're okay!


Q:

None of your damn business...stop being nosy...but I do want to be on that Forbes' highest paid actors and comedian list.

A:

I always thought about situations like this and how I would act. I always thought that I would freak out, but surprisingly, I was very calm but shaken while it was going on. I tried my absolute hardest to make sure everyone surrounding me was ok and made sure they stayed quiet so we could have a better chance of surviving, and made sure the girl next to me (Kelly) was saying the right things to 911 as she was talking to an operator. She was crying HYSTERICALLY and couldn't even get words out of her mouth so I was calming her down and telling her what to tell the operator because her thought process must have been in thousands of pieces just by the look of her face.


Q:

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve purchased from Groupon?

A:

People react differently in high-stress situations. My friend and I were in a scary car accident. I immediately went into "emergency mode" (check if everyone's ok, call 911, answer questions), but my friend was crying hysterically. Staying collected under pressure is a valuable trait. Ever considered a career that needs people like that, such as an EMT, surgeon, or public relations specialist?


Q:

Well I got a blood pressure pill cuff but I also got a dildo with pearls in it...sorry brother (my brother is sitting right here).

A:

I haven't necessarily ever wanted to BE one of those, but I have always pondered on what they do and how they go about their jobs, it's interesting to me. I actually aspire to be a producer for hip-hop music if that answers your question, I'm an active commenter on /r/hiphopheads, great sub for anyone interested in hip hop btw!


Q:

What is your secret to being so beautiful and funny?

A:

Hey Sid, I'm in electronic & independent music but friends with a lot of producers. If you wanna join our Discord or chat and come talk about producing and engineering or get feedback on stuff you've made, send me a DM. Hope you're doing well, bud. <3


Q:

Alkaline water and not caring what anyone thinks...#becauseofweed

A:

I will definitely hit you up soon man, right now is not the time though! Thank you so much this is awesome.


Q:

What does Oprah smell like?

A:

what was the last thought you had before the shooting and the first thought when the shooting happened?


Q:

I don't know! But if I had to guess, I would have to say Oprah smells like success...my new perfume line coming to Groupon in 2019! #sheready #success

A:

My first thought before the shooting was: Nice I'm about to finish this activity and put my computer away, lit.

My first thought when the shooting happened: Am I about to die? Is this real?


Q:

What was it like to meet Barbra Streisand?

A:

What do think about the people putting the shooting on Snapchat, Instagram, etc?


Q:

It was like finally getting my HS diploma. It was amazing! I felt like I was moving up to the next level in life.

A:

Well what I can tell you is that one of the viral videos that is circulating the world right now, is a video by my classmate Matt Walker. This is the video (WARNING, no blood but very horrifying sounds go on during this video), I was 4 feet to the left of him as he was taking this, I was hiding behind my teachers desk. People have asked me what I think about him taking the video during a time like that, but to be honest, there really is no dissecting what was going through his head in that moment. Some people take in situations like that differently, and react differently, and that's perfectly normal. I wish he hadn't taken that video and focused on his safety first, but what can you do.

For anyone asking if Matt is ok, yes he is. He's also in my Algebra class and he was also in my English class last year.


Q:

Tiffany, you are fucking hilarious!

What’s your favorite animal and why?

A:

Do you know if the girl who was hysterically crying in the video is okay?


Q:

A real animal or a mythological animal?

A:

Well I don't know who exactly that is, but if it is one of the girls in the corner where Nick and Helena died, then it means they had dead people in their lap. There was about 12 kids in that same corner all packed in and they had to sit in that corner with 2 dead individuals and 4 injured individuals for a total of around 30-40 minutes.


Q:

Now I want to know both!

A:

I read that he pulled the fire alarm to shoot in the hallways, but your map suggests he shot into rooms, not the hallways. Did he start shooting before he pulled the alarm?


Q:

Unicorn is my mythological one. My favorite real animals are dogs, cats, and giraffes. And I would love to have a miniature horse so I could put a unicorn horn on it.

A:

your map suggests he shot into rooms, not the hallways. Did he start shooting before he pulled the alarm?

Yes, the fire alarm did go off. But, despite beliefs, the fire alarm went off about 10-15 seconds AFTER he started shooting, I remember clearly. Everyone in the Freshman Building (the building my room was in, its a 3 story building with mainly freshman based classes) knew that there was a shooter outside so no one left their rooms.

People across the school couldn't tell however, so they were treating it like a regular fire drill until word got around within a minute and everyone rushed back into their classrooms.


Q:

**Deleting my comments and throwaway account now for privacy. Just needed to express my condolences to OP and relay my advice on coping with the grief. Also, don't want to detract too much from the OP's AMA or prevent him from sharing his experiences.

TLDR; I was there. Glad you're safe. Talk about it. We're always here for you.

A:

Sir, I REMEMBER YOU. I'm fucking crying right now I can't believe that you have seen this. You are a hero sir, I am SO thankful for your service. I was in a white/light gray sweatshirt if that helps you remember which individual I was. Man... this is crazy.

I am a Parkland resident, I moved here right before freshman year. I used to live in Boca Raton for 14 years of my life.


Q:

Heartbreaking story. Hope everything turns out well for you and your classmates. Just curious about the AMA. Did someone reach out to you to do an AMA or did you reach out to them?

A:

I chose to do the AMA, thought I'd just share my story considering a lot of people don't get to see/hear personal accounts of people that were actually in the shooting on the news; but rather see shots of our school from a helicopter up in the sky.


Q:

Hi Sid, very sorry about this tragic ordeal. I don't understand, if the boy that did the shooting wasn't a student why was he allowed on the property at all? I may have misinterpreted this, but I saw on the news he wasn't allowed there with a backpack, but why would he be allowed there at all?

A:

Well there's a gate in the fence to our senior parking lot near the bike rack that they open up in the morning and the last 30 minutes before school ends. The gate is about 150-200 feet away from one of the entrances of the freshman building. I believe he got dropped off by an Uber and just walked right in and went straight into the freshman building from there. What's crazy to me is that the same gate that he came in from, is the same gate I was running out of once I got escorted by police out of the freshman building.


Q:

My wife and I have been alternating between learning more about the shooting and having to avoid coverage because of conspiracy nonsense about false flags and crisis response actors.

I teach high school on the West Coast. What were active shooter drills like at your school?

Thank you for doing the AMA.

A:

We have never had an active shooter drill at our school, we have just went over what to do if a shooter was there (hide in corners not visible by the door, hide behind solid objects, go into closet).


Q:

I am so sorry that you went through this and were firsthand witness to such senseless violence and tragedy. As I’m sure you’ve been told a thousand times, my thoughts, my family’s thoughts, and those of our nation are with you. Please let us know if there is a way someone in the Midwest can help your community starting right now.

Now on to my question:

How did first responders on the scene handle the throng of innocent victims in the immediate aftermath? I read that the shooter tried to “blend in” with kids in an attempt to escape. Did the police seem to know quickly who was and was not a threat?

A:

Well after we stopped hearing shots, we all stayed as quiet as we could and I was trying my hardest to stay contained and made sure people around me in the corner that I was in were safe. I can't tell how long it was waiting for police to come, but we started hearing yelling outside of the room and down the hall and we heard "police! police!", after a minute of everyone rejoicing, they finally got to our door and said "police! is anyone in there?!" in which everyone responded "yes! help us!". They then said "is anyone injured, how many of you are in there?!", before anyone could say anything I screamed "4 injured, there are about 25 of us in here, please help!". They said "we are coming in! hands up!" When they came in they got the injured out of the room immediately.

After the injured got out of the room, they made us get up and walk out in a single file line, and when I was out of the room I had to walk over a dead body right outside of the door just to get across the hall.

I heard that the shooter went out toward the middle school next to us and tried to blend in with people running away from the school and went to the walmart down the street, but I don't know a lot about exactly what he did after. What I can tell you is that it took about an hour or two after the shooting to find out who he was.


Q:

Why did you decide to do this AMA? Will it help you process?

edit: you

A:

Well considering I'm home alone right now with no phone (It's still on my desk in the classroom), I thought I'd pass time by sharing my story with the people of Reddit as this is a website that is pretty much a home to me as I'm on it almost half of the day, everyday.


Q:

I went to elementary with one of the girls that was injured during the shooting. Do you know *******? Is she holding up well? I never had a strong friendship with her and it’s likely she does not remember me but personally I would like to know if you know her and if she’s holding up ok.

Edited to remove her name since he replied.

A:

Yes! I'm going to lunch with her tomorrow, she was in my class she is ok. I've been becoming very great friends with her in the past month or so. She's in my Holocaust History class (current discussion) and my Chemistry class, probably one of the nicest individuals I ever met in my life. This is absolutely crazy how ironic some of these questions are getting, the internet is nuts (in a good way).


Q:

I saw a few interviews of your classmates claiming multiple shooters. Did you see or hear anything to make you think there could of been a second shooter?

A:

Actually yes, I do remember hearing some sort of "spraying" like a machine gun down the hall but it sounded very faint. But my memory of that has somewhat faded, it's very possible it was a separate sound that had nothing to do with the shooting.


Q:

What are your thoughts on the memes that circulate that make light of school shootings? How have your views on them changed since?

A:

Well so far I have heard (not seen) that someone made a meme related to Fortnite (the popular game) where they showed one of the dead bodies with loot on top of it like you would see when you kill someone in the game.. When my friend told me this I just broke down, I couldn't believe that someone would be so heartless and immature to even go through the time of making a meme like that.