"You're a rich girl, and you gone too far 'cause you know it don't matter anyway
You can rely on the old man's money, you can rely on the old man's money
It's a bitch girl, and it's gone too far 'cause you know it don't matter anyway
Said money money won't get you too far, get you too far...
—Hall & Oates, "Rich Girl"
"Les Riches Bitches have but one object in view — and that is to have more clothes and more jewelry and more houses and cars and servants than anyone else. If having more husbands than anyone else is going to make them able to have more of the other things, they do that too. Usually they have a few children, as an excuse for hanging onto their husbands, who often get restive, or because they wish to have something to get cash for in case there is a divorce."
—Elizabeth Hawes, Why Women Cry; or, Wenches with Wrenches
"On January 5, 2015, Teresa Giudice of The Real Housewives of New Jersey begins serving the 15 months she got for taking part in the grifting schemes orchestrated by that shady chimp Juicy Joe and instead of trying to cooperate with the Bureau of Prisons, bitch is making accommodation requests... Teresa Giudice once said, '
I donít want to live in somebody elseís house. Thatís gross,' so Iím surprised and disappointed in her that she didnít ask the judge to build her a new prison, because she doesnít want to live in somebody elseís prison. Thatís gross. (Cut to the judge opening a letter from Teresa claiming that some law states that she has the right to serve her sentence in a new prison built for her because used prisons are gross.)
And Teresa probably wants to go to Danbury, because she thinks
Orange is the New Black is a documentary and thinks they really shoot there. Teresa doesnít want to be away from her only true love, the cameras, and ripping them apart would be the biggest punishment of all."