Remember Gwyneth Paltrow's helpful tips for working mothers everywhere, such as finding yourself a nice fishmonger so as to save time between strolling the red carpet and having Tracy Anderson personally coach you through some dance aerobics?
Well, she hasn't noticed any of that eye-rolling you've been doing in her direction, because she doesn't care what you think, okay?
In an interview with Harper's Bazaar UK, Paltrow says it's "totally fine" that her lifestyle newsletter GOOP has been criticized for being ... well, totally out of touch with 99.999% of the human population.
"Any time you do anything with any degree of sincerity, people make fun of you. I don't care. I don't read any of it."
Smart move, Paltrow. Really, who wants to read the grammatically challenged ravings of a bunch of unwashed peasants who probably can't appreciate the value of a good fishmonger anyway?
Oh, but she eventually broke down and admitted to occasionally considering a world without GOOP. Luckily, she came to her senses when she realized how useless your opinions are.
"There were a couple of times when I thought, 'I'm just gonna stop doing it. People are so mean to me. I don't want to do it.' But then I was like, 'Who cares what some lame person out there says?'"
God, I know, right? Who cares if people can't identify with the content she publishes! As she said in 2009,
"I think the people who are criticizing it or criticizing the idea of it, don't really get it, because if they did, they would like it ..."
In conclusion: if you don't like Paltrow's website, you're mean, lame, and you probably just don't get it because you're stupid. Luckily, there's probably a GOOP-endorsed detox cleansing diet that can help you with all these personal problems.
What's your take on Gwyneth's comeback? Should she maybe just have a nice cold glass of STFU and go get a manicure or something?
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