Sarah, honey, how could you do it? As those of us here in Washington, D.C. could have told you, money for influence is a tricky notion, one that usually doesn’t reflect well in headlines, not to mention on hidden camera.
But you appeared on video, soliciting large sums in exchange for access to your influential ex-husband. It was painful to watch, especially for you.
Next time, maybe you’ll consider all those who’ve looked up to you all these years. Think of the children whose parents read them Budgie the Little Helicopter—which by the way, our son loved. My husband and I used to hide Budgie on nights when we were too tired to read it (it was a little long) but our son always found it and brought it to us beggingly. You were a part of us even then.
Think of all of us whom you inspired with your Weight Watchers commercials. The way you pronounced Weight Wohchahs lent sophistication to our point-counting.
We looked up to you and yet you were a duchess we could relate to, with your struggles with weight and overindulgence, and those unflattering swimsuit shots. We rooted for you when the tabloids exposed your troubles. But this latest misstep has put your supporters in one sticky wicket.
We understand that, financially, you have fallen on hard times. There, there, dear. Come join me for two-for-one night at Ruby Tuesday and we’ll work through it. That is, if you don’t end up doing hard porridge in the chokey.
5 responses to “The princess bribe”
It’s still astonishing that so many people have not figured out that so much simple technology is tracking what they do and that it will trip them up.
Ha ha ha! I could never have said it as eloquently as you, but my thoughts exactly!
Talk about making your life much worse.
I started to question her judgment when she wore a big A on the back of her wedding gown. Well done M.
How could anyone not like a book about a helicopter named Budgie?