You Have To See What A Rude Senior Citizen Told This Meteorologist

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July 28, 2014 12:59pm PST

Julya Johnson has been a meteorologist with ABC affiliate WATE in Knoxville, Tennessee for 12 years. After more than a decade on TV, she’s learned that it’s impossible to please everybody. Still, she never imagined she’d get such a rude letter as she did from an elderly viewer, which you can see below.

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The handwritten note was sent to Julya at the news station. When she received it, she was understandably annoyed. She decided to post it to Facebook along with this response:

So, it’s not fun to wake up to things like this. No return address was left, so I’ll address it here. I will never, ever be able to please everyone with my appearance. It’s not possible. I have tried for 12 years on-air to do that. I have “changed my appearance” to try to please people before. It never works. So, I please myself. I like my dresses. I feel good about my appearance. I am always covered, dressed modestly and professionally. Yet, she mentions that I am a great meteorologist! And she also says I get “no compliments”? Does the fact that I bring an accurate forecast mean nothing? I was a straight A student. If I had known being on People’s list of “best dressed” mattered more than an accurate forecast, I could’ve saved a ton of money on that meteorology degree.

Don’t do this, people. Just don’t. It’s very rude. That’s my opinion, and it is as valuable as anyone else’s opinion.

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No word on if the “elderly person” who sent her the fashion advice has a rebuttal to this response. I think it’s safe to say that if they sent the meteorologist a hand-written note, they probably don’t have a Facebook account.

What do you think of Julya’s response to this bit of unsolicited advice? Let us know in the comments section!

H/T: MailOnline

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