Apparently, Bristol Palin's message of abstinence just did not ring true for a crowd of NYC teens today. After listening to the young mother's comments at a town hall forum, some 150 teenagers left unimpressed, calling her a "hypocrite" and "a big flop," among other things. One media-savvy teen told ABC News, "She's just trying to help her mother. She said it herself that abstinence education doesn't work. I looked it up." The room where the forum was held was decorated with banners using scare tactics to ward kids away from sex. One example featured a big picture of a baby crib, along with the question, "Not really what you pictured your first crib, huh?" None of this is new to teens, of course, and one put the event in perspective. "This (message) is a good thing. We'd take it from someone true and honest, not a celebrity."