Darlings, it’s “Choose Your Own Gwynnie” time! You get to choose which version of Gwynnie you’d rather spend the day with!
Will it be:
Happy, sunny, “check out my tits” Gwynnie?
Or will it be:
Pretentious, judgmental “let me tell you what you’re getting wrong” Gwynnie?
Personally, we’d go for the latter. Delusional self-importance can be really hilarious to watch. Case in point:
“I think that women, especially women in my job, come to me because they know I’m very loving and nonjudgmental and I’m not competitive, and I’ve been through a lot. And so they come round to talk about their stuff. I’m a bit of a mother hen. Everyone wants a home-cooked meal and to come over and talk about where they are in their life,” she says. “I love it, and I feel that I have the most incredible women friends, some who are super famous, some who I’ve had since I was four years old. I love it that people will call me up and say, ‘What do you think about this?,’ because my dad was very much that person for everyone in his life. So I feel like I’m carrying on my dad’s spirit in that way.”
Ohmigod, we love her.
Gwynnie of course, has to take the universal concept of “friendship” and claim that she’s somehow doing it better than most people.
Seriously, wouldn’t you love to spend an afternoon listening to her talk like this? We’d be running off to the bathroom every 10 minutes to get the suppressed laughter out and secretly text our bitchiest friends everything she says.
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