You know you’re trash when…

28 Dec

Well I don’t know. There are many levels to being trash. And before this becomes a bashing post (which I don’t want it to be) let’s take a quick look at Tori Spelling.
She used to have a tv show on VH1(not reality) that I used to love. She took digs at her mom, never letting us see her face, which was pretty funny! What happened to you Tori Spelling! (Like seriously girl!)

I actually live for the day that Tori or Candy have a garage sell to get rid of the stuff they call junk. But after the spoiled rich girl routine. After the, I can’t figure out how to sell material possessions to save my soul routine,  I’m done. (Yes,  I know how she got her husband, that karma came back around to her 3x)

Tori, how the hell were you able to get free toys for your kids for Christmas!? That is so low and trashy! And I’m on welfare thank you very much! I don’t do toy giveaways because I know there are kids that get NOTHING for Christmas. I save, shop for prices and whatever I can for Christmas and birthdays!

I’m not going get on rich people for scamming the system because we all try to. Your level of scamming is what ties into your ethics, see where this goes…. The same woman who can get access to money, sell things for money and use notoriety for money,  is the same woman that took presents from kids that are actually poor… The same woman who stole a husband stole Christmas presents and probably really embarrassed her kids. BTW TORI, since this is Los Angeles and with a really crappy public school system, where do your kids go?

I know the rich, middle-class and poor who struggle in different ways. But this is just to low, even for me! (and that’s saying a lot) I hope everyone stops to think of where their life is at and where it could be. I grew up poor and now being disabled welfare is nothing new to me, but for a lot of you it is. Maybe while the times aren’t tough for you, try to understand the lives of people who are living nothing but toughness. Seriously, I had to go to Skidrow with my daughter to find housing because we were homeless. So trust,  when times aren’t tough there will be enough stories to last a lifetime, and we’d also remember where we’ve been and those still there.

Tori Spelling your are……….



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