Oof. Martha, Martha, Martha … sometimes it’s just best to step away from the Twitters.
We are having local connection difficulties in east hampton how often do you lose connectivity
— Martha Stewart (@MarthaStewart) July 3, 2012
Reminding everyone that you’re nestled comfortably in the lap of luxury while many are struggling in this economy is not exactly the best way to endear you to people.
And if Twitter is any indication, she should have kept her musings to herself.
The peasants revolted:
— IHeardThePeopleSay (@THEPEOPLESAY) July 3, 2012
@MarthaStewart You'll have to ask the President. I've never vacationed in the Hamptons, & I won't vacation there at taxpayer expense either.
— TJ O'Hara (@tjohara2012) July 3, 2012
ordered minion to drive over pedestrians. “@MarthaStewart: Eating dinner in e hampton. truffles are delicious. East hampton very crowded”
— Manolo Shoeblogger (@ShoeBlogger) July 3, 2012
— Mrs Toad (@toad_mrs) July 3, 2012
@RTMcNeely If you're Martha Stewart, mentioning that you're in East Hampton isn't bragging. It's like the Queen talking about Windsor Castle
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) July 3, 2012
Maybe so, but Martha should know better. Bad manners are bad manners.