Carole’s taking shots at B, and she’s not fixing to miss.
We’re doing something a lil different this week. Carole’s blog, you see, is such a thorough and masterful takedown of Bethenny that we can’t not devote the entire top 5 to her. (I mean, we’ve pretty much abandoned neutrality in this conflict already, haven’t we?)
But we still like to spread the wealth, and of course we love Tinz and Lu, so before we begin, here’s the best of their blogs.
Honorable Mention: Tinsley
And Sonja, as you know, you have NOT tried to be a good friend. I am upset because you lied about me last year. I’m upset this year because you continue to lie about me. How do you expect me to be your friend when you continue to talk shizzz about me?
Honorable Mention: Luann
Until next week, don’t forget life is a cabaret, “my friends.”
Alright, onto the good stuff.
Not only am I a high maintenance, eyelash-wearing, fashion-obsessed, childless friend who doesn’t have a job and isn’t interested in what’s going on in the world, but guess what, Adam is too (minus the lashes)!
I will put my resume up against Bethenny Frankel’s any day of the week. When Bethenny was auditioning for B movies, I was travelling for ABC News to places similar to what you saw in Puerto Rico. After that I worked in publishing and wrote for national magazines, and now yes, I am on Reality TV. The irony isn’t lost on me that while Bethenny is gossiping about me over pizza with Dorinda, I’m working.
When Harvey hit last summer, Bethenny was partying in Ibiza, I was taking care of a friend whose husband had passed away, and Adam was working hard commuting three hours between clients each day. So, no, Adam couldn’t go to Houston at Bethenny’s whim. He is building his business, and he has to hustle — you’d think if anyone would understand that it’s Bethenny. How quickly she forgets the struggle.
At lunch Dorinda is being verbally water-boarded, (that’s what we all call it).
I’m glad to see my friend Bethenny step outside her affluent bubble, with her stream of rich boyfriends, rich friends with private planes, million dollar homes, and five-star resort vacations. One gets the impression this is the first time she’s witnessed real poverty.