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Jennifer Lawrence Will Never Join Twitter And It's Our Fault

'The Internet has scorned me.'

Sorry, Internet.

No matter how badly you might want it (and we all want it), you're never going to get a Jennifer Lawrence Twitter page filled with witty anecdotes and drunk musings like Anna Kendrick's, or even an Instagram account that's one-half as fun as Rihanna's.

And do you want to know why? It's because you've -- well, we've -- already ruined it for her. "Scorned" her, to be precise.

Backing up a sec, "The Hunger Games" star has been making the press rounds for the first time since her nude photo hack late last August, and BBC 1 radio host Nick Grimshaw took the precious opportunity to ask her about her social media use (or lack thereof) during his show on Tuesday (November 11).

"I will never get Twitter," Lawrence said. "I'm not very good on phone or technology. I cannot really keep up with emails so the idea of Twitter is so unthinkable to me... If you ever see a Facebook, Instagram or Twitter that says it's me, it most certainly is not."

When Grimshaw went further, asking why Lawrence answered that particular question so seriously, she admitted that her recent, horrible experience with the Internet population had everything to do with it.

"I had that [answer] locked and loaded," she replied. "I really like laser focused [on that answer]... it's because the internet has scorned me so much that I feel like it's that girl in high school that I'm like, 'Oh you want to talk about her? Yeah I'll do that!' Take my hoops off, I'm ready to go."

As typically funny as JLaw was with her answer, it's important to remember that she really does have every reason to assert that the Internet scorned her. Twitter is a scary enough place as is without having to worry about your private nude photos popping up on your timeline, and as Lawrence already said to Vanity Fair, what happened to her via social media was a crime.

"Anybody who looked at those pictures, you’re perpetuating a sexual offense,” Lawrence told the mag. "You should cower with shame. Even people who I know and love say, ‘Oh, yeah, I looked at the pictures.’ I don’t want to get mad, but at the same time I’m thinking, I didn’t tell you that you could look at my naked body."