Now, I don’t consider myself a mean-spirited person. I have what you call “empathy.” I cried during episodes of the recently departed Hoarders because I KNOW how hard it can be to throw away that sweater your dead grandpa wore 60 years ago that you’ve kept in the closet for the past 30.
But sometimes people are so clueless to their situation that, well, you just have to either bang your head against the wall or laugh at them.
I choose laughter.
One such example is everyone’s favorite broke Housewife-and God knows there are PLENTY to choose from–the Garden State’s very own Terese Giudice. Teresa and her husband Joe (also known as “Juicy Joe) currently face up to fifty years in prison because they did bad things, like conspiracy to commit fraud. This follows their 2009 bankruptcy claim where they owed $11 million dollars. That’s almost Dr. Evil levels of money!
Teresa recently filmed an episode of Watch What Happens Live that will air on Sunday (go figure that one out) where she revealed to host Andy Cohen how deep in the pile of oblivious sh– she truly is.
You go through things in life. I don’t know why. I’m asking, ‘Why is this happening to me?’
Hmmmm. I have an idea. You exaggerated your income when applying for mortgage and other loans from 2001 to 2008.
But go on, please. Tell me how you think this will impact your four children, ages 4 to 12:
Maybe something my daughters can learn from this is: “My mom was really strong through all this. She was there for us.” I hope they always have that with them.
That IS true. Mom is almost totally innocent. After all, it was Juicy Joe who failed to file tax returns from 2004 to 2008, a period in which he is reported to have made almost $1 million.
Truth be told, I DO feel very sorry for the children. It would be terrible to live life without parents, especially when this was 100% preventable. And even worse is if they had to go live with their Aunt Melissa. Their ear drums will bust!
Yup, going to hell. All the fun people are there anyway!