The Spelling Bee Kid Is A Bit Cantankerous And Cannot Be Bothered With Your “Questions”

Last week, we celebrated the magical victory of Evan O’Dorney, the Danville boy who seized the National Spelling Bee (along with the collective hearts of America). Well, it turns out the little kid is not as socially competent as you would think a home-schooled, super-speller might be. He’s actually pretty ornery. Kids these days.

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24 Responses to The Spelling Bee Kid Is A Bit Cantankerous And Cannot Be Bothered With Your “Questions”

  1. abarclay12 says:

    I HATE this kid. What is his malfunction? He’s making my Team of the Week for sure.

  2. Fritz says:

    After watching this video I was furious, this CHILD is the type of kid who does not deserve any sore of positive attention, he obviously thinks way too highly of himself and needs a few more bully-beatings to knock him down a notch or two. The only good thing from this story is the fact that he won’t reproduce – f*ck he’s just too damm ugly – f*cking home schoolers!

  3. dp says:

    Typical Danville trash.

  4. Bill says:

    Give the kid a break — he’s only a kid. If this was a professional athlete acting this way, I can understand having some negative feelings towards him, but he’s not even in high school.

    It’s sad that we expect these kids to be so composed in front of a national audience.

  5. Eliza says:

    i am obsessed.

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  7. Anonymous says:

    he obviously has aspergers syndrome, a type of autism

  8. Anonymous says:

    You sure he has aspergers? Because that seems like something that would have been a story ESPN would have ran with for a long time.

    I am thinking he is just a social outcast thanks to never being around any kids his age.

    Parents should learn: Putting your kids in homeschool may keep them physically safer, but it can also do much more damage later on in life when they have not developed at all socially.

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  10. Linda says:

    I agree with anonymous who suggested that he might have Asperger’s Syndrome. There is probably a whole lot of undiagnosed aspie’s (as they like to be called) walking around. How about everyone finding out something about this, instead of jumping to conclusions? Believe me, if this is true, he is doing incredibly well and his parents are to be commended, not to mention the hazing he might have had in a “regular” school. Go Evan!

  11. malander says:

    Good call Linda. If he has Asperger’s, he is doing very well and needs support not bullying or taunting. If he doesn’t then I agree with Anonymous about the downside of homeschooling. Kids need to learn how to interact socially or adulthood will be hell.

  12. rurucu says:

    i agree

  13. blemmy says:

    This video is hilarious.

    Blemmy.com,
    the site for New Yorkers

  14. Bobbo says:

    I work with kids with Asperger’s Syndrome (about 5 minutes from Danville, actually) and I will GUARANTEE this kid has some form of Autism. I would imagine that the reason he is home-schooled is that he was teased and bullied while at school. Give him a break.

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  20. McCall Evans says:

    He exhibits many of the signs of Aspergers Syndrome. It is common for people with the syndrome to excel in cognitive language acquisition and skills. His odd behavior also exhibits this.

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