October 29, 2012 04:59 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Whether she’s responding to the presidential debates or just sharing diet tips for all the Skinnygirl fans, Real Housewives of New York City alum Bethenny Frankel sure is attached to her Twitter page! Today, all the excitement and anxiety surrounding Hurricane Sandy has the Real Housewives celeb tweeting even more frequently than usual.
Bethenny Frankel’s reactions to Hurricane Sandy (aka Frankenstorm) have been mixed. On one hand, the former Real Housewives star has a real yearning to track the storm, having taken a few photos and labeled herself a “Storm Skinnygirl.” Still, as with most residents on the East Coast, Bethenny has real cause for anxiety. And that anxiety has driven the reality celeb to engage in two of her worst habits: excessive tweeting and stress eating.
After asking followers ideas for a great Skinnygirl Margarita to go with Sandy, Bethenny started her Twitter-filled day with the following observation: “It’s gnarly on the east coast. It feels worse than Irene did. Battery park is already in water & the bay in sag harbor looks like ocean.” She then shared a long series of photos of the storm taken from her home in Montauk. One follower claimed that the pictures looked “terrible,” to which Bethenny responded, “So get off your fat ass & take some.”
In the midst of all these Twitter updates, Bethenny (or at least, her signature drink) has been mentioned in quite a few tweets. “You guys are all trying to drink sandy pretty! I’ve gotten non stop @SkinnygirlCKTLS tweets. I have to make a Skinnygirl dark and stormy!”
The moral of this story is, when you’re threatened by a hurricane, drink massive amounts of alcohol, take amateurish photos of the storm and tweet until your fingers fall off. Stay safe reality fans!
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