This is the best thing you'll read all year.
In the spirit of Throwback Thursday, I decided to share an old Bravo blog from 2010 that fell into my lap. Back in the early days of Housewives, the cast members would write blogs about the different cities episodes not just their own, which is something we should really pick up again these days.
Who wouldn't love to hear Ramona Singer's take on the Beverly Hills drama or NeNe Leakes talking about the Jersey ladies throwing glasses at each other?
In this specific blog, Teresa Giudice was reviewing a season three episode of The Real Housewives of New York City (the golden age) and didn't hold back on what she thought about the newbie at the time, Sonja Morgan. It's like reading a fourth-grade essay where she called Sonja a crazy old whore, compared her to Danielle Staub and even shaded her marriage to a 77-year-old.
It's fucking delicious and will definitely give your Thursday the boost it needs. Read her Bravo blog below:
"You know who I don’t know though? Sonja. I've never met her, and she’s newer than me, so she hasn’t said nasty things about me (yet) so I can’t possibly be biased against her, right? I’m just going to watch and judge. (Isn’t that Bravo’s tagline? Watch And Judge?) And here’s what I think: Crazy Old Whore.
She bragged about how much she loves sex, how much she has sex, how many young guys she has sex with… I’m not buying it. First, let’s look at the facts. She’s not married, so all that screwing around does make her a whore. Secondly, she has a 9-year-old daughter, whom I’m assuming has heard of TV. How very Danielle of her to brag about being a whore on a show that will eventually show her daughter with her.
Thirdly, she’s too old to be screwing around like that. She’s not even a cougar; she’s like a cougar’s mom. And finally, she was married for 10 years to a guy who was 77 when they got divorced (I had to look him up, it was killing me). Don’t act like you’re all sensual and into sex when you married your grandpa. Bitch."
You can check out the rest of Teresa's 2010 recap here.
Thoughts? Sound off in the comments!