Funny, right? Now here's one of the comments …
"I admire you very much. To start with, you're very pretty. You have fun and know how to enjoy yourself. You're also in no way limited by your amputation. Instead, you chose to share it with the world and educate us in the process. I've learned a lot from you and am grateful. You're also smart and creative. And you're funny. Thanks for being amazing."
My first reaction on reading it was that here is a perfect example of why so many people with disabilities are uncomfortable being cast as "inspirational" … and why it's so hard sometimes to explain why in a way doesn't seem sour. I agree with everything this person says, but it's like he missed the point of the video, which is that it's funny, and that she and her friend are creative, smart, and a bit goofy.
There are other videos in Christina's series where it's totally appropriate to praise her attitude and generosity in sharing her experience, but I think once in awhile she just wants to be silly, and have us join in, and not always be so serious.