"Our relationship began a month ago-- and yes we are crazy in love. I know it's fast but we are living life each day to its fullest. I choose happiness every morning and every night. Tuning out all negative energy and only focused on positive wishes. He makes me so happy and to me, that is what matters most."
Oh. So he kisses your big booty. Because you are a lot of woman to handle. Lots of baggage you're hauling around. Good luck on your third engagement. Next time, try dating from a pool not flowing into your friends group.
Really? Drinking your coochie-wah whiskey named after your grandpappy because you come from money and have tons of money isn't roughing it. And eating your luxury bread and pasta? Try ramen and cold Spaghetti Os from the can. But thank you, social media, for leveling-up the snarky responses:
"Everybody, please let's have a moment of silence. Things got really bad for Gwyneth Paltro during quarantine. She broke down and ate bread. I know, I know... tragic."
"In 2020, for 99% of the planet, breaking down = emotional collapse at loss of loved one, livelihood, home. For Paltrow it meant eating bread."
I know some place she can shove a French loaf...
Then, Courtney Stodden refreshed Chrissy's memory-- publicly-- about all the times she bullied her. She showed the receipts of screenshots where Chrissy tweeted that a teenage Courtney should take a "dirt nap" and DM'd her that she should "go kill herself." Imagine that, the woke folk worst than the average folk who have enough character to not bully someone. Of course, Chrissy is all kinds of sorry, calling herself:
"(then) a sad, insecure, attention seeking troll".
Past tense. Really? Still present tense. You're still a troll, and still attention-seeking, Like that not-so-original stunt of leaving Twitter because you needed a break, only to return a week later, because... attention needed! Sorry not sorry you lost a couple of endorsements over your past actions. Karma is ultimately woke, because there is no discrimination. She visits everyone.