6 Oct

I very rarely give a fuck about what anyone writes about me. I mean I definitely do give a fuck, but I give a fuck here:

“Chrissy Teigan is married…and in being married has found a new low level strategy to get noticed…that involves showing her nippple..

She’s a little Pug-Faced, and not in a good way, because if you know anything about me or the site, I have a #stepPUG and I call myself a Pug Whisperer, but human pugs aren’t quite as cute…

She’s just not really hot at all, and sure she has tits and a body, and has been in SI, but I think it’s time for her to just get knocked up and live that gold digging wife life…

She bores me, even with all her twitter jokes….that suck…time to shut it down.”

Before I continue, this is NOT a woe-is-me post. I have such a wonderful, lucky life. I am blessed to have the best friends, and wonderful family and opportunities I could have never imagined. But I am also hopelessly insecure and nervous and anxious and self-concious. I have endless back and forth conversations with my own brain, where I answer my own questions and squash my own dreams. Things like this leave an emotional mark.

I read many blogs. Soooo many blogs. Too many blogs. I get snarky. I love snarky. I love funny. I love smart. I love when the author has a point of view I don’t agree with and yet still somehow “get” where they are coming from. Sometimes that will be about me, and I still, still understand and even get my eyes opened up to my own behavior. But this is my breaking point with this particular person – this sick man – that runs this site.

This (popular) site is so dirty, so malicious, so vile that it actually frightens me. This man, in person, would frighten me. He is one step away from talking about molesting a young hollywood starlet. And he gets away with it.

I would also like to note that this isn’t even close to his first disgusting post about me. The strangest, grossest thing is reading his first post – typical misogynistic shit I am quite used to, then seeing this weird escalation of hatred for me.

“Chrissy Teigan is some fat Sports Illustrated model who always talks about food as fat girls who don’t know they are fat do…she’s the kind of girl who as her belly hangs over her pants but talks to people about how she doesn’t have to work out cuz she’s naturally beautiful…even though she’s is one of those positive reinforcement situations gone wrong…where it gives a girl an ego, that tricks the rich dudes around her enough to marry her, and get her booked doing Candy commercials, when really Candy is the last thing she should be eating, but can be eating cuz her professional gold digging has gone heavy equipment and is now gold mining…”

They get worse and worse, with this undertone of him feeling like we are close. Makes me want to back off the twitter.

“I just assume it’s like we’re an old married couple who have never met..I talk, she ignores…I masturbate to other girls…but still follow her shit…cuz I feel obligated…even if her jokes aren’t that funny…and her focus should be spent on getting naked….something she finally delivered on today…..cuz she posted a pic of her mixed race ass gold digging wannabe comedian ass getting a spray tan…and sharing said spray tan with her followers…cuz she’s open about her life like that…and because she more importantly….she loves any and all attention…that’s what happens to girls who only do SI…but never make the cover of SI….they work harder on building their own brand….which is made easier when financed by some dude she groupied right.”

I can’t even begin to think of where to start here. And enough with the “Just ignore it” thing. I cannot just absorb hurtful words into my brain and barf them up. This fucking piece of shit douchebag gets PAID to write vile things like this about absolutely everybody. I actually kind of get people shitting on me sometimes, but this guy does it to some of the most talented women in the world. Actually ALL of them. And he gets away with it. Because he is a blogger and nobody knows who the fuck he really is.

If you’re anything like me, words hurt. Period. People tell me all the time that I shouldn’t give a shit because I work / have money / have John. But the simple truth is that I, like many people, women especially, remember hurtful comments for a long, long time. Some things just last, even when you don’t want them to. I remember small mid-fight verbal jabs that were thrown at me many ex-boyfriends ago. Even the small ones (the jabs, not the ex wellllll actually yes both) I have read so many things throughout the years that I have developed complexes I would have NEVER had otherwise. And I hate it.

One thing I have been working on a lot in life is trying to give people the benefit of the doubt. If someone cuts in front of me, is snappy with me, or is just a general jerk, I try to think that maybe they have just had the most horrible day of their lives. It helps. Because sometimes I am having an utterly horrible day that I wouldn’t want anyone to encounter me on.

But this is different. This sucks. If John could tell you anything about me, it’s that I have this insane obsession with justice. Could I let shit like this slide? Absolutely. But sometimes people need to know when they’re wrong. Sometimes people need to know when they’re assholes. Sometimes people need to know that what they say hurts somebody.

I am not a fucking robot (which, as you know, I hate) I have approximately 1 billion insecurities. You don’t know that I have had my Britney head-shaving moments. You don’t know that I have seen windows before that I stared at for hours, wondering how long the fall was. You don’t know that I completely detest the taste of alcohol and drink it only for the feeling of not caring of your negativity or the pressure to be “on”. I worry about work, my age, my body, my future, my family. Every fucking day. Like anyone else.

This is not my life. I am not always like this, but sometimes I am, like we all are. We all wonder what the fuck we are doing with our lives, if people like us, if people respect us.

I don’t know when this happened, but somewhere between Al Gore inventing the internet and now, people have taken a lot more pride in being hurtful. I say a lot on twitter. A lot. And I completely deserve most of the shit I get back. But bloggers have this odd sense of soul-selling. They have an outreach of MILLIONS and yet choose to be horrible for the sake of page views or character-playing.

When I first met John, I remember a certain conversation we had. He said something about truly believing human beings were inherently good. And I disagreed. Please teach me to not disagree with this.

Anyhow. I really love you guys. I just had to write. It isn’t just about me – I am sad for everyone he writes about. I am sad this is his life and this is how he makes money. This person is truly sick. And I am not comfortable with people like this walking around this planet.

AND THIS IS NOT MEANT FOR COMPLIMENTS. Actually, don’t even leave comments. I just needed to vent.


422 Responses to “bleh”

  1. Paul Collins October 6, 2013 at 2:49 am #

    I genuinely love you and love you even more for writing this!

  2. pjysan October 6, 2013 at 2:49 am #

    keep being you! you ARE hilarious and I love the shit out of you! fuck the assholer!

  3. Pam October 6, 2013 at 2:50 am #

    I am sorry that this happened to you. No one deserves that kind of venom hurled at them. You are a good person. I appreciate you and your blog. You taught me how to cook. Ask my husband. And I love that you show us pics of your stretch marks and that you make light hearted fun of John sometimes. You’re real and that’s why the majority of us love you even with never meeting you. As a teacher I’ve had so many tough days and when I need a pic me up I will go to twitter and you make me smile. You matter and I am sorry you are sad.

    • Carrie March 30, 2018 at 1:37 am #

      Teachers rock, Miss Pam. If you ever read this, your sentiments are beautifully stated.

      And Chrissy…you add SO much fun and joy to all our lives. Quite simply, you are a beautiful person, inside and out.

      The anonymity, immediacy, and entitlement of the internet have turned a lot of people into nasty rude fuckwits (i’m pretty sure you’ll pardon my French). That being said, the “person” you quote above has more issues than Time magazine, girl. Obviously a very damaged soul. The good news is…it’s his problem. I would feel bad for him, but…nahhhh.

      I love that you shared this. It was brave and I hope it makes you feel better about the troglodyte that wrote that garbage. I’m commenting in ‘18 because your cooking and writing are as amazing as you are! If one of these jerks ever makes you feel bad again, come back and read these comments. You are loved…!!!

  4. Shakia October 6, 2013 at 2:52 am #

    Girl. Your famous. More famous than the person who wrote that about you, that’s why they wasted their time to actually think about you, hate on you, and the write about. I say let the haters stay pressed, while you stay blessed! Take pictures with John and post them on that blogsite or website or whatever the fuck that asshole operates off of. That’ll really piss the person off! You’re amazing! And if anyone else thinks otherwise, fuck em! Just fuck em! You can’t please all of the people all of the time, so don’t worry 🙂

  5. Ana Gonzalez October 6, 2013 at 2:54 am #

    I do not blame you one second for feeling like this. Your vulnerability and truthfulness is always so lovely to see esp cause you are such a strong a talented person. Just know for everyone dick sucking coward douche bag, you have 100 women who love you and support your honesty and bravery. Esp being a women of color in the industry, it is even more inspiring!!!! Don’t let this get you down. And just remember WE LOVE YOU AND SUPPORT YOU.
    Ana, Salvadorena from Milwaukee (snore)

  6. Erika M October 6, 2013 at 2:55 am #

    People are low. If you’re not someone’s stereotype then they will try to break you down because they don’t think you belong. Just pathetic. Know that you are peoples idols and people all around the world look up to you and your successes. We all take words to heart but I hope that you take things lighter knowing that it comes from someone so low. Stay strong, much respect.

  7. Dan Cronin (@croninwhocares) October 6, 2013 at 2:56 am #

    Christine, I am someone who also despairs at the seeming rise in cruelty, especially in the digital world.

    But I often worrier about larger pictures, like how safe the world is.
    I listen to a podcast called “Stuff You Should Know,” and they recently had an episode called “Which is the most peaceful time in history?” And they came to the conclusion we’re living in it.

    Even though media coverage makes us believe this is the End of Times, when you consider that in the hunter/gatherer era like 20-60% of men died through violence, where something like 2% do today, you get the picture that on a larger scale, we truly have evolved.

    And while a lone negative, hateful voice on the internet is amplified and pointed, it is not necessarily representative of the population it is infecting. There is just a lot of evidence that would suggest there are more good people out there than bad.

    So, for these negativos, fuck ’em.

  8. Lauren October 6, 2013 at 2:56 am #

    Oh just sending you a great big jug! Being famous is hard I’m sure (I’m famous for having really bendable fingers and singing shristmas carols (#do we have any Jews?) anyway, just let them go. You’re better that and cheers!

    • Lauren October 6, 2013 at 2:57 am #

      I meant to say “hug” but honestly let’s just stick with “jug”:.. Ohh sure, can’t wait

  9. WH October 6, 2013 at 2:57 am #

    Don’t let people make you feel like you’re childish or petty for responding. The “high road” isn’t always the best route when people threaten your happiness. Continue to do you boo, you’re such a breath of fresh air for many of us.

  10. Molly October 6, 2013 at 2:57 am #

    Hi Chrissy. I constantly analyze & live vicariously through the world you live in. I’m not quite sure how you all do it. Here I am sitting in my <800 sq. foot apartment thinking that obviously I would much prefer your life to mine, but when I truly think about it, the hurtful things that come your way almost seem like too much to handle. I know you all have a lot of confidence since you are such beautiful people, but there is only so much you can handle before the words start to dig into you. I am sorry you have to deal with such hate and all the idiots in the world, but I would recommend to try and acknowledge all the people who appreciate what you have to say and do in the world, and to ignore those who don't. I understand that there is only so much you can tolerate before you say something, but just remember you have a lot of fans who think you're the tits (pun intended, and I'm a girl.) Xo


  11. keisha October 6, 2013 at 2:58 am #

    Well I think u r fucking hilarious and quite an amazing individual. I only wish the best for u and john. And fuck what those pricks say. They are just jealous.

  12. Jennifer October 6, 2013 at 2:58 am #

    Please don’t let the negative thoughts if one asshole get you down. It may not mean much, but I adore you! You’re my internet friend, the one I look to for beauty advice, cooking tips, and general good humor. You are an intelligent, hard working, role model. You’re my Beyonce! Do you have flaws? Of course, we all do! But you embrace them and do your own thing! I admire that. I’ll stop being mushy. Just know you’ve helped someone you have never met grow into a better person. What has that fool done?

  13. dommi October 6, 2013 at 2:59 am #

    You bring up something I think a lot about, having been in a subculture where anonymous people like to tell people they’re too fat, black, old, et cetera, to participate is a common thing. When people call it out, they get raked over the coals, they get threatened, they get told to get over themselves. It’s a mess.

    In some ways the internet is awesome, because it connects us in a way we couldn’t have been before it. But in others it’s like high school bullying or straight up Mean Girls garbage, where it makes people think they have license to let loose with any horrid thought they have to a captive audience.

  14. Ana C. October 6, 2013 at 2:59 am #

    This really sucks! I love you and I think you’re such a great person! Keep being you 💜💜

  15. Shary October 6, 2013 at 3:01 am #

    Chrissy, you prove to us everyday that you are human and we love you for that.

  16. Tracey October 6, 2013 at 3:01 am #

    Chrissy, you are an amazing woman and I wish I had better words to help you ignore this creep and the others like him. The internet has become more and more a haven for hatred and I try to unfollow and ignore all of the meanness, but it’s so hard. And I’m a nobody that no one writes about. I’m not sure what I would do if I were on the receiving end of it.

    I never reply to your tweets, but you are one of my favourite follows. I’m sure a majority of your followers are like me. As with so many things on the internet, the assholes are loud and vocal but the good people just go along quietly. But know that we are here and think you are amazing – beautiful, funny and real.

    And please don’t stop being yourself on twitter, just get even more free with the block button.

  17. nonchalantnat October 6, 2013 at 3:02 am #

    Could not agree more. You are a real person with real feelings. Someone having the time/energy to write such vile things is unreal. You are a beautiful, stron, hilarious lady!! Keep doing you we love it. You are truly a breathe of fresh air.


  18. Dunisha T October 6, 2013 at 3:03 am #

    I hate that you said no comments but I want to leave one anyways. If this post didn’t make me look up to you more I don’t know what will. I’m 22 and about to graduate college and this post made me realize I don’t have to have it all together or act a certain way and it made me look up to you even more. Thank you

  19. msmorphosis October 6, 2013 at 3:05 am #

    Someone once left a long horrible comment on my blog saying the meanest things I could have ever imagined. I wrote a response and it became one of my most read blog posts of all time..
    A lot of people stood behind me and it helped undo some of that hurt. Just so you know, you’re the most beautiful and hilarious celebrity out there, and I think you’re spectacular. As silly as it sounds, ignore him. Trust me, I’ve been there!! Xoxo

  20. Clarissa Rodarte October 6, 2013 at 3:06 am #

    Dear Chrissy,

    First, let me congratulate you and John on your recent wedding and wish you a happy life together. I start with this because I am a fan of both of you. John because of his extraordinary talent and seemingly romantic nature. You, for your amazing sense of humor and keen culinary insights. I’m glad you wrote this post, mostly because I wouldn’t expect less from you. Your twitter feed has made me snort out loud on many occasions and I like the chutzpah you have!! Fuck this guy! What a douchelord! Your honesty and insight is what your fans love about you 🙂 So keep on being your fabulous self and know that you have some true fans who enjoy the work you do and derive laughter from your witty mind. All the best to you, Chrissy! We love you.

  21. Dreamingirl3 October 6, 2013 at 3:06 am #

    I’ve been thinking about this too lately (coincidentally enough, after reading a slew of internet comments. I’ve come to a point where I just have to stop reading and just ignore everything. That’s the only way I can keep my sanity) How can people say such nasty things and do they really feel this way? Like you said, a lot of times they’re playing a character or just want attention. Even so, why?? There’s such a lack of human connection and a devoid of real emotion online which aids in how lightly people just say awful, misogynistic, horrid things to strangers. It’s like robots (I’m scared of robots too by the way! That robo wildcat thing? WHY?! What is the purpose of that????) just typing away. That’s really scary to me. Because whether they meant it or not the important thing is that that shit hurts. I take misogynistic comments so personally I really should know better but I can’t help it. It’s not right. And I’m sorry you feel this way 😦

  22. Roxanna October 6, 2013 at 3:07 am #

    Oh chrissy 😔 I wish I can stick his dick up his ass and out thru his mouth just so he can know how distasteful he is. I I hate people sometimes. I totally understand you, it’s soo hard ignoring every negative thing said about you, as much as you want to, its hard. ): and I give you props for saying something, you’re not perfect (in my eyes you are tho (; ) and I love how real you are. You’re mad, fuck it. Express your feelings. I’m glad you don’t push it out of the way like other celebrities that act like nothing ever bothers them and they’re just beautiful and amazing and heartless. As for me, sometimes it’s scary standing up for myself but I guess when it really gets to me I will but thanks chrissy for being a real person. I love you tons ! I’ll beat this guy up if you want. I have a jetta they’re not that fast but ill run him over (:

  23. Claire Knight October 6, 2013 at 3:08 am #

    That is so fucked. People can be such morons. It usually stems from major insecurities within themselves – and a need to feel better by putting other people down. But hey, at least they’re talking about you. Let them talk, it will just increase your own awesome profile.


    Claire from Sydney, Australia

  24. RaquelSG (@RaqSG) October 6, 2013 at 3:08 am #

    No comments. Just sending hugs & kisses 🙂

  25. Lydia October 6, 2013 at 3:08 am #

  26. twheetybird October 6, 2013 at 3:11 am #

    Someone, a very dear friend, who is going to John’s show with Alicia Keys in Oz, asked me what do I mean I love John and I love his wife even more…

    Well…its simple… I told him: she is REAL. I identify with a LOT you say and joke about and it warms my heart…always…

    Whenever I read such bulldust, I feel it… all I can say is “water off a duck’s back” and keep being real.

    I love you Chrissy!!!

    xoxo’s !!

  27. Ryan M. Taylor (@rm_taylor12) October 6, 2013 at 3:15 am #

    Now that’s what I call a recipe! (A recipe for justice!) Boom.

  28. Nicola October 6, 2013 at 3:16 am #

    This makes me more sad than it probably should, and I used think it’s hard to truly believe people are good because you constantly get disappointed instead of just expecting people to be assholes. But the thing is, if you expect people to be assholes, they are assholes anyway, and then you generalise to everyone being like that so you lose regardless.

    Anyway I also can’t not hear those things, because if I pretend not to I just end up carrying them around anyway, so I just try to drown them out with the good stuff, which hopefully there’s enough of up here to let you know that people freaking love you. Lots of people. Like myself, who got a text at 3am in Australia from a friend in NY who had just found out she was interviewing you, and I wasn’t even mad about being woken up, because we both. love. you (I was just mad because I was insanely jealous, but that happened later).


  29. Liz S. October 6, 2013 at 3:19 am #

    It’s disgusting how people will write anything when they’re behind a computer. Chrissy, I’m so sorry that you have to endure such vile, disgusting negativity. Please know that those nasty trolls like the one who wrote that awful post are just jealous, unhappy, and lazy. You are worlds better than they will ever be! You’re an inspiring person – don’t let the idiots take anything away from you.

  30. MoMa October 6, 2013 at 3:23 am #

    C’mon baby baby it’s yoooouU!
    You’re the one that gives your all
    You’re the one I can always call
    When I need you make everything stop!

    You put my love on top!

    Cheer up boo! You know we love ya.

  31. Lisa October 6, 2013 at 3:24 am #

    Oh God I’m so confused… I ALWAYS do what you tell me (no, seriously!) and you said don’t comment but I have to because I just want to reach out in some way and connect and say I know, I understand, I get it, I cry over the worst things, I am drinking something gross now because maybe my rising health insurance cost won’t worry me as much if I do, I HATE ROBOTS TOO, and though I am infinitely jealous of your hair and humor I know that there are trade-offs, and some of the things you get in exchange for or because of fame BLOW LIKE ICELANDIC HOOKERS and I just want to say I’m sorry. Also, I just googled “world’s most pathetic hookers” so clearly you really are rubbing off on me. Like a German hooker? I found a sad one of those too.

  32. Sara Elizabeth October 6, 2013 at 3:29 am #

    This hurtful blogger is the ugly one both inside and out for making you feel bad about yourself. Stay strong against assholes like him. Much love. Sara.

  33. par7007 October 6, 2013 at 3:30 am #

    I admire that comments are enabled on this post. As I was reading I was inspired to stop for a second and turn to my wife and ask her “What’s the most hurtful thing said to you or about you the longest time ago that still effects you?” “You already know” she said. She was right, I knew it half way through the question.

    People have awful thoughts some times, thoughts they cannot control, thoughts that shouldn’t be said out loud. We used to know to shun the people who didn’t have a filter. Somewhere along the way we have come to celebrate them. Maybe it’s because we are always looking for a way to find someone, some thing, anything that makes us feel normal. Anything that allows us to feel like we’re in on the joke, because it means we’re in on SOMETHING. It’s why we follow famous people on Twitter, and try to interact with them.

    The problem is when we become in on the joke we want to minimize the number of people in and maximize the number of people who are out, or who are the joke. And that leads to what bothers me about that passage you quote. It’s just cavalierly nasty. There is no thought behind it. This person’s mind is a prison yard with no guards, no fences, just criminal thoughts running amok. The kind of thoughts that can off the cuff compare a woman to a dog, can reduce a woman to pieces of her body as involuntarily as a burp, can attach the value of a woman to the man she is with.

    That easy, careless, thoughtless instinct is an unconscious twitch in the minds of people like this and it is grotesque to view as a bystander I can’t imagine being the target.

    25 years ago during a petty but intense argument with my now wife she asked me what I was so angry about and I nonchalantly blurted “You… just you being… you” and she will never forget that, and I am so thankful that I was able to see the pain in her face when hit with that because I will never forget it either. I hope if nothing else somebody who reads his daily wind passing will read this, and be similarly hit in the face with their indifference.

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 9:58 am #

      This made me cry. Thank you, thank you.

      • par7007 October 7, 2013 at 1:25 pm #

        Well, We’re even.

        Also, I hate when comments are anonymous. My name is Patrick. The Gravitar thing is my user name there, apparently.

    • mike October 6, 2013 at 12:48 pm #

      Par7007: your post was so incredibly well written, articulate and spot on. Well done! And Chrissy, I’ve posted once in past and once this AM. So this will be my last promise: your sharing the bloggers hateful comments and opening up to all about negative / dark thoughts you may have had in past…has opened up a very thought provoking topic that even if we aren’t talking about it to other, we are all thinking that we’ve probably all been there ourselves at some point in our lives…thinking about how many floors up we are, etc. Thank you for starting a conversation and for sharing your own issues. Beauty, brains, and an amazing spirit!!

  34. Ewindle October 6, 2013 at 3:31 am #

    I’m a huge fan of yours!! It’s a huge let down that you put up with cyber freaks when you’re crazy gorge and right

  35. Amy October 6, 2013 at 3:35 am #

    Thank you for being the voice of reason. For speaking out, and using your voice to say the things that so many of us think. Women are often viewed as humans who should be seen and not heard, and not to have opinions. Since following you, it feels like we are a group, and you are our fearless leader who is not afraid to show you are, warts and all. It’s like a movement, but not in a Miley kind of way! I have recently completed breast cancer treatment, and travelling from Sydney to New York next week. I would love to meet you, my hero….

  36. Ilsa October 6, 2013 at 3:39 am #

    you are beautiful inside and out! and I actually look to you as a role model because I am so shy of being who I am because I am scared of looking foolish or being picked on. You are an inspiring person! As for you being a “gold digger”, john isn’t blind nor stupid if that were even slightly true I am pretty sure he would have been the first to notice, second, you are a model and make enough money & have an enormous amounts of opportunities to expand and venture into the entertainment world. LOVE YOU!

  37. Katherine October 6, 2013 at 3:40 am #

    awesome. i think you’re really great.

  38. annieareyouohk October 6, 2013 at 3:40 am #

    I know you said not to comment but I just want you to know that I truly like you and there’s no excuse for that type of behavior, it’s sickening. I heart you!

  39. Elizabeth October 6, 2013 at 3:43 am #

    Chrissy, people pass along the love and goodness they have experienced… The less they have ecperienced the less they pass… I don’t know if that answers your question…

  40. Carlos October 6, 2013 at 3:44 am #

    Chrissy, reading this post reminds me of reasons why people quit sports. They say that the losses make them feel a lot worse than the wins make them feel good. So they retire. Can you imagine that? They don’t enjoy the wins anymore…Probably you get thousands of positive feedback in a normal week, but yet, the few unwarranted, negative feedback stick with you. Do not let the few overcome the many. From reading your posts and following you on Twitter, you seem like an awesome person. Life is too short to worry about behaving and thinking and feeling like it is “expected”. Love yourself. Like the people around you love you. Be yourself. Whatever that means. Enjoy your wins, forget the losses.

  41. Kit October 6, 2013 at 3:47 am #

    I can only hope you keep this post in mind when you call other women sluts and belittle them for lifestyles not so different from your own.

    • Kit October 6, 2013 at 3:59 am #

      I wanted to add that I am not saying this to be rude. I love reading your blog and following you on Twitter. You are a breath of fresh air. I love that you say what you feel. Sometimes, though, what you feel is extremely hurtful to other women. Then when your own followers feel it necessary to join in and continue the attacks, it puts people in the exact same place you are now.

      Arguing with someone who says something disrespectful to you? I am all for it. Attacking a woman’s looks, her clothing, her sexuality … it is doing exactly what this guy did to you.

    • Shelle Belle October 6, 2013 at 5:02 pm #

      Oh, shut it. Really, that’s the only comment you have to this post?

      • digal704 October 11, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

        It’s the truth

  42. Fay M October 6, 2013 at 3:47 am #

    wishing they were in the All of me video 🙂 Chrissy you are doing you and living your life and this low life blogger wants a part of it! If it helps I think you are Awesome! A lot of people say you are blessed you have John, but I think he is blessed to have you coz you are definitely not a walk over and u speak your mind! Keep your chin up! !

  43. Esterella October 6, 2013 at 3:48 am #

    Dear Chrissy don’t pay too much attention to this kind of people. They got a job talking trash about people. You are beautiful and have wonderful family, husband, friends, and life: this kind of people is just jealous! Be happy and keep on smiling! A fan of you, from Italy

  44. Elizabeth October 6, 2013 at 3:51 am #

    Oh I forgot to tell u that your AMAZING… After an eight hour school day and five hours of homework reading your tweets at the end of the day is so worth it… In the last 5 years you have tought me humor, and how to be less socially akward. Piss ass people on twitter don’t know the random acts of joy you give to people everyday… We love u Chrissy and that will never ever change.

  45. Amanda October 6, 2013 at 3:52 am #

    I love how honest & open you are on your blog. 🙂 Please never believe a thing that shit-talker says. There’s a reason that you have 300,000 Twitter followers… you’re crazy beautiful, witty, down-to-Earth, and intriguing. And you’re hotter than 99.9999999% of the population, so if *you* aren’t hot & look like a pug, what does that make the rest of us?!?

    You already know this, but: an anonymous blogger will say anything to attract page hits and make a quick buck. It’s pathetic– especially if it means trashing someone like you, just because your name is popular & he knows that people will read it. Try not to let it poison your mind though. When someone talks shit, it has little to do with you. They’re usually unhappy in their own life, jealous of your accomplishments, envious of your happy relationship, etc. They’re struggling with something of their own, and probably just projecting their own negativity & dissatisfaction onto you. Don’t let them get into your head. It’s not worth it to let people drag you down.


    p.s.- sorry for leaving a comment. I just read that part. woops.

  46. Danielle October 6, 2013 at 4:06 am #

    I love you AND your Ceasar dressing.

  47. Nicole October 6, 2013 at 4:06 am #

    Oh Chrissy! You vented in a totally respectable way, but girl…I would have never known some loser blogger said those things about you if you didn’t post about it. And the thought of you being compared to a pug??? I’m wiping that from my memory in 5…4…3….Let’s both try harder to ignore the haters. They’ll ruin your life if you let them.

  48. Cindy October 6, 2013 at 4:49 am #

    You are a beautiful funny woman. Some men are threatened by that. A lot of women are threatened by it too. I know its easy to say forget about the haters, but you should. Look at the life you have…John, beautiful homes, awesome vacations, great family and friends, you cook and have fun doing it. They are jealous. That it. Not worth one minute of your day. The people who care about you know exactly what and who you are. No one else matters. So forget the haters, look in the mirror and know that cute chick looking back is fabulous and forget about the haters. They don’t matter.

  49. Winkledog October 6, 2013 at 4:51 am #

    What an absolute a-hole, I just don’t understand why people have to get so personal. PS – I can’t get enough of your caesar dressing recipe, it really is the best! frikkin delushiousness!!

  50. Mary mai October 6, 2013 at 4:53 am #

    Wow, all I can say is I’ve never read such a disgusting attack on a person that was so unwarranted and is so hurtful. People in the public eye are predisposed to a certain amount of scrutiny, but not to pure, mean, and hateful remarks. I personally find your candor refreshing and hope you don’t allow this pig to effect you as the person you express yourself to be. Ef him!

  51. Laura October 6, 2013 at 5:04 am #

    This just hurts. How does this blogger look in the mirror day to day.

  52. M October 6, 2013 at 5:08 am #

    Vindictive, mean, shallow, totally unjustified douchbag and I can go on and on and on. He has no right to call you names or trash you like this.

    I have young children and I worry for the time when they get online and get used to this aspect of humanity.

    Ignore the creep. You are amazing, wonderful, talented, beautiful inside and out. I have been following you for a long time, and am commenting for the first time because I loath to see bullies succeed.


  53. Frank October 6, 2013 at 5:24 am #

    Keep up the good fight Chrissy!!! It never ceases to amaze me, how cruel some people can be…With the advent of the internet, they have this anonymity, that somehow allows them to say some really hurtful things! In reality, most of these DB’s are pretty pathetic and try to make themselves feel better by bullying others! People need to learn, that their words have consequences and they can hurt! What could possibly feel good about hurting another human being? I’m sure that if this person met you in person, he would be struck by your beauty & would never say such inane comments to such a lovely lady. You are an amazing, intelligent, funny and yes beautiful person, please don’t let the ramblings of one immature person, tarnish the bright star that you are!!!

  54. Olesya October 6, 2013 at 5:54 am #

    Hello wonderful and beautiful Mrs. Stephens! You are human. We can receive 10 compliments and read how awesome we are a million times, but when we see a negative, and nasty comment or a stupid blog written about us, we will never forget it because of the fact that it is so negative, hurtful, and unbelievable. It will stick with us, no matter how many good comments we will read. A lot of people don’t understand the life of a celebrity; everyone just sees glamour, money, luxury. But we are all human. I understand you. Just remember that you are a part of a bigger picture. You help so many people, including me, to stay positive, be happy and real, laugh at stupid things, play magicians, and so on and so forth. You are AMAZE BALLS, Chrissy. F that MF. Let’s cook something!

  55. Amy October 6, 2013 at 5:56 am #

    I know you said not to leave comments, but hey, here goes –

    sometimes I hate the internet too. anonymity has a nasty way of letting peope justify being incredibly shitty to others. and what’s more, these people are empowered because they actually do get paid for it (seriously sometimes I’m ashamed to have a blog because really what have our hobbies been reduced to? but whatever.) but I think in a society in which the ugliest and nastiest things get paid the most just because they get the most views, it’s important to remember that there are millions of silent people who either don’t care or find this type of thing distasteful and rude. as for me, I’m one of those snobby food blogger types and after following your blog here I am a huge fan of yours — I rarely comment but every time I read your posts (or lets be honest, about at least 90% of your tweets) I think, “damn, chrissy teigen is cool.”

    Don’t ignore the rude comments people write about you — I think it’s impossible to anyway. just remember that in the end we all are in charge of our own destiny. who knows, maybe that blogger will never find a sense of justice and keep getting away with belittling others his whole life — people live and die in their own realities. but you have a personal sense of truth that sounds a hell of a lot more enlightened than him and at the end of the day that’s all that really matters.

  56. Wendy October 6, 2013 at 6:13 am #

    Thank you, Chrissy, for being real. I admire your openness.

  57. Courtney October 6, 2013 at 6:35 am #

    You are an effing cool ass chick, Chrissy. So much respect. Love love LOVE you.

  58. Sarah October 6, 2013 at 7:06 am #

    But you are mean and talk about people so why are you upset when people do it to you? And please stop complaining bc there are people who have nothing!! This is just words…get over it. You got a dream wedding in Italy

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 11:05 am #

      this is so completely stupid that I won’t even indulge it.

      • O October 7, 2013 at 3:42 am #

        I don’t get how you reply to negativity while there are so many positive and loving posts here! Don’ you think it will so much to people to see that you replied?! Don’t get it at all. Should I post negativity for you to reply?

      • Cindy C October 15, 2013 at 10:34 am #

        I agree it is stupid as is O’s response.

      • chrissy October 16, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

        Yet you did “indulge” it? ….But had nothing to say bc its true. Hahaha you really are a fucking moron. Awww. The mean words hurt BECAUSE ITS TRUE. You’ll never get a cover. You KNOW deep down in your heart the only way you got to be a “model” is because you know someone. You are not beautiful, and you’re sloppy and downright FAT for a model. Keep on getting older, you know you are going to BLOW UP like a whale.

      • Natasha October 16, 2013 at 4:33 pm #

        Wow….what a sad person you are.

    • Tallaney April 15, 2014 at 1:56 am #

      Awe! The haters are upset! How sad. 😦

  59. Jenna October 6, 2013 at 7:08 am #

    Yes…words are hurtful. Maybe this is karma payback you get for saying horrible things about others? You seem to ditch it out…but aren’t able to take when it’s directed towards you….Remember to be kind to others ALWAYS ….you never know what battles their facing.

  60. Jules M. Owen October 6, 2013 at 7:36 am #

    Yep it’s amazing how hurtful words can be. It’s crazy really. This guy is sick. An angry man spewing bile so that others, like you, can be angry too. Nothing he says about you is true. I follow you on Twitter and I find you so honest and creative and wise. It’s really nice to read your stuff. So there. And I’ll never meet you. But I really do admire you. And it’s a good thing that you’ve got 1 billion insecurities because that’s what makes you who you are. Maybe life would be easier if you weren’t that way but you might lose a lot too.

  61. Holly Mitchell October 6, 2013 at 7:44 am #

    Dear Chrissy,
    I’m sorry to hear how you’re feeling, I read this and had to write to you!
    You know, I feel like Love is the only thing that is real, and that all else is temporary and is there to teach us how to love, or how to get back to it or how to heal-(to show us what is being triggered in us that needs healing). If you connect with the part of you that is not so much of this world, but in it, the part of you that is light and love-through whatever practice brings you there (for me, meditation and breathwork) well, then, since you know the truth about who you are, the preciousness of your life, not just believe it, you sometimes can see the bigger picture and have more ability to feel compassion for people who spread a nasty energy because inside them must be feeling that way too and you just know thats not REALLY them. The other night I watched adaptation for the first time….you have to see it……the way Nick Cage plays these two brothers is amazing and his journey of discovery is too….it’s actually quite funny but meaningful in the end too….I just don’t want to spoil it for you what Donald says at the end-its so beautiful…you’ll see…anyway I just want to say I feel that we are all beautiful inside and out and I agree with John, and I feel we all have this ability inside us for love, joy and peace, just some people are temporarily, and sadly, a little clouded up by things they are carrying….fear, anger, pain, whatever it is and a lot of the people in this world have forgotten what it means to be human. I can’t imagine how hard it is to stand in front of the world and take the horrible tomatoes that are thrown at you but at the same time I feel that it depends, what you focus on will grow. I think just focus on what you can give, like your lovely blog, and enjoy it and don’t worry, we have a pretty short time on this earth and we need to be the stars that we are and shine….with love and joy and peace….
    Sending my love,

  62. Jenni October 6, 2013 at 7:48 am #

    The internet is filled with DBs! Just remember, Karma is only a bitch if you are. He will get his.

  63. fujan October 6, 2013 at 7:58 am #

    Despite any word that comes out of anyones mouth or goes on the web it doesnt change u and those who know better dont change from hearing them. we all SEE the stunning REAL person u are and those that dont let them be miserable and negative in their own loves.Your beautiful and i dont know u but from what i see and hear ur beautiful on every level and thats why John and MANY others love u so much. I love pugs and my boyfriend calls me pug all the time so i take it as a compliment! haha

  64. thicklikegumbo October 6, 2013 at 8:04 am #

    Blogging/cyber bullying/tweeting, etc has become a way for people to release undue aggression onto other people. It’s anonymity gives them a vocal platform to reach people without being held responsible for the things they say. There’s a reason people say “say it to my face!” And that’s because people lack the “heart” to do so. What John said is right, there is good in everyone except child and animal abusers. The same person who said that to you is suffering from the same insecurities that you suffer from. Does that make it right? No. Of course not, does it ease the pain of knowing that something like that is out there where any/everyone can see it and agree? No. But chances are that this jerk means something to someone, in which case we should all say a prayer for that someone since they have to put up with this jerk. It’s ok to be hurt by what was said, but do not own this person’s issues. His issues go deeper than his distaste for you. Maybe he’s insanely good looking with a pinky for a pecker.

  65. Steph October 6, 2013 at 8:08 am #

    This was the first thing I saw when I checked my emails this morning- hoping to get another food porn Italy pic or another funny recipe that ends up tasting amaaaaazing, I got sick to my stomach reading this. The website I assume you’re referring to is evil and misogynistic in every way (he clearly hates women and who knows if any woman has ever talked to him but I’m not going to start bashing him because I think this bullying shit needs to stop). We as a society need to stop reading this trash but more we need to find compassion again for the human beings who we’ve begun to idolize in this very strange way. You’re beautiful and funny and clearly human just like all the rest of us. The lawyer in me wonders if we’re taking free speech too far given the amount of awful things that are happening because of bullying just like this but please keep your head up and continue to be who you are, revel in your recent marriage to someone who seems to be a wonderful guy and love you a lot, and I hope and pray that the crap humans who like to shit on pretty girls start remembering a pretty girl would talk to them too if they weren’t such a horrid human being. People are good but I am scared that this society no longer promotes the goodness and we only see/hear the crap. This is going to bother me all day. You are very loved (which is something my husband and I say to each other because we’re dorks)- by your real family and friends and by those of us who are here in this little corner of the interwebs thinking you’re fabulous. Xo. (Also, is it stalkery of me to have commented here and on twitter? I’m sorry but this is very disturbing for a Sunday morning, yo)

  66. Caroline October 6, 2013 at 8:15 am #

    Chrissy, there will be justice for this person. Actually, there probably already is. While you are at home with the love of your life, this person is talking to his cat wondering if he will ever meet someone. Cruel people end up alone. And that is the justice- it will catch up with him. Being hurt by his comments only makes you human. Which is what makes us love u. Go hug your man, and cherish what you have, because the blogger would love to have your life 🙂 XXXXXXXX Sidebar: you are one of the funniest most beautiful people around!!

  67. Meghan October 6, 2013 at 8:17 am #

    You are truly gorgeous inside and out and such an inspiration to so many women with these same insecurities.

  68. maya October 6, 2013 at 8:24 am #

    FUCK him. People may be inherently good blahblah who knows, but some people just deserve to be punched in the face.

  69. Ben October 6, 2013 at 8:25 am #

    Seems like an excellent time to invoke the “Go FUCK yourself” rule. Forget it, and push on, preferably in heels…

  70. Elizabeth October 6, 2013 at 8:34 am #

    That person is disgusting, what a low form of entertainment. If I spewed bile all day long, I would live in a cloud of negativity and that shit is tiring and ugly.
    Really, I feel sorry for the person who can only respond in harsh judgment and hate.
    deep breaths sister.

  71. townes423 October 6, 2013 at 8:36 am #

    Hey Chrissy…(like I know u ha)…anyhoot I rarely make comments online but this message u posted encouraged me to…I too have the same feelings and because we are women we are more emotional…but here is some advice that I tell my peps on a regular…u are the sole controller of ur emotions..they are silo mar to the leaves on a tree..any sway of the sir can change the current structure of that leaf…no one other then u should detect how u feel…remember for someone to day such evil things about u should reveal what lies in someone heart…those type of people shouldn’t have permission to change the structure of ur emotions…so happy for ur n John thie video was awesome…more importantly the love u guys have influence people to genuinely LOVE.

  72. Nathalie October 6, 2013 at 8:38 am #

    Aaaww! I am from Brussels and here let me tell you that Iam obsessed with you im a Good way. I always tell my friends about your recipes and jokes. And I always said that I want to be like you when I grow up, except that I am already 31 so….damn it.
    But let me tell you, you are awesome just for being yourself! Raw and truth!
    And that is rare!

  73. DaisyTa October 6, 2013 at 8:40 am #

    Chrissy I get exactly how you feel. I’m the same way. My husband tells me all the time not to care about what people think. To be me, cause it’s the best me I can be. It’s hard to do that, but he’s right. And I’m happy I have him to help me thru those moments. You have John. Lean on him, he’s your number one fan. He’s your best support. And forget about what those heartless pigs say. Dude you’re awesome!!!
    Much Love, Daisy. 🙂

  74. Jessica October 6, 2013 at 8:45 am #

    There are tears in my eyes. No joke. It’s so easy to dehumanize celebrities when they’re getting picked apart daily by everyone, and this is a totally different Chrissy-perspective. It’s brutally honest and vulnerable and, in a way, brave. I commend Chrissy for putting herself out there like this. It’s strangely affected me. This is the weird part where I wish so many of us, myself included, could be her friend in real life so we could just be there to give her a big hug and tell her she’s better than any of that bullshit, because she is. Love you Chrissy (eventhoughIdon’tknowyouandyouprobablywon’treadthisanywaynofucksgiven).

  75. Tracy October 6, 2013 at 8:49 am #

    Awe chrissy! Very touching to hear you write like this. I truly enjoy all your tweets, and I genuinely think you are an awesome Human being! I’ve heard a lot of your interviews mostly from the DP show, and I guess on there you’re always the nicest, most funniest person / model I’ve yet heard! Your gorgeous, and very, very talented! Plus you love to cook!!! I mean come on! John has it all!!!
    You’ve done an awesome job with the twitter backfire and what not…. Keep letting their drama be their drama! You are right, keep giving people the benefit of the doubt! Because you are and always will b on top! Smooches!!!!!
    P.s. I love just love all your tweets, IG photos… All of them! Thank you for sharing !!!

  76. Bryan V. Hawk October 6, 2013 at 8:50 am #

    Thank you for this post. I’m in the same spot (much smaller scale) and you just made me feel that a famous beautiful funny awesome woman can feel like me! Thank you again!

  77. Ron Jr October 6, 2013 at 8:51 am #

    I wish I could meet this blogger guy. I’d break my butcher knives out of retirement and go Dexter on his ass.

  78. christina October 6, 2013 at 9:01 am #

    Goodmorning Beautiful 🙂
    when you find out who this toxic blogger is- just say nothing!
    when you give a person a “HUG” the truth will come out?
    stay strong and be —*YOU*…


  79. Heidi October 6, 2013 at 9:01 am #

    😦 You are an amazing woman and I hate that he’s made you feel down. I understand exactly what you mean about us having long memories for awful things that have been said–it’s easy to say “just forget about it!” but that’s not easy to do at all. That blogger is a coward and an ass. Fuck that guy. I hope you can find peace in the happiness and goodness in your life and let go of his awful, shitty words.

  80. shellbell October 6, 2013 at 9:11 am #

    This genuinely makes me sad. Like I want to cry. You’re right. Words hurt even from strangers. All I gotta say is you are stunning smart witty HILARIOUS funny hysterical GORGEOUS etc. You really don’t look like anyone else out there and that is what makes you so damn beautiful. I could stare at you for hours. Ok that’s a bit creepy coming from a straight woman. Chrissy if I had your body I would walk around naked allll the time. In public. For realz. Your boobs are like the 8th world wonder. And your cheekbones???? To die. I can’t wait to see you more on television!! I’m your biggest fan girl!!!!

  81. Jennifer October 6, 2013 at 9:17 am #

    I, just like many others, love you even more after this post. Fuck those people that have nothing better to do! You are awesome and exactly 1 billion people think so 😉

  82. Melissa October 6, 2013 at 9:28 am #

    I have followed you since you had, oh, 2000 followers… I’m talking YEARS… :). I adore your posts, your jokes, your recipes, and your honesty. You’re amazing! Unfortunately, the world is not so amazing. Words do hurt; I hope venting a little helps you feel a little better, and even more so, that all these comments from your supporters warm your heart more than those cold words you unfortunately stumbled across. xx

  83. elainemzhang October 6, 2013 at 9:31 am #

    Dear Chrissy,
    Sometimes life unfurls upon you consecutive days where you will feel like all people are inherently bad. But just know that you are better than that. You are trying to be the best you can be, and that’s what you should strive for. It’s okay to have bad days, just don’t let the negativity rain on your happiness parade (post-wedding/wonderful husband/successful career/awesome personality/hilarious twitter/fabulous blog)!!! Know that there’s girls like me who look up to you and believe you are an inherently GOOD person. Love you!

  84. Arvelle October 6, 2013 at 9:34 am #

    Chrissy, I want to say don’t worry about it but I would be lying if I said it wouldn’t bother me either. My only suggestion would be to rise above his ignorant rant and know that you have so many people who view you in a positive light that we can drown out the condescending idiots like him and their opinions. My uncle always says, opinions are like buttholes, every living thing in the world has one. Stay strong. Enjoy your new husband. Enjoy your career. Enjoy your life.

    Agape love-

  85. Jessica October 6, 2013 at 9:49 am #

    I felt really compelled to comment on this. Chrissy, please take comfort in the fact that people enjoy hearing from you on social media just because you are as you are! Imagine what it must be like living that scummy bloggers’ life…constantly pulling others apart and putting vile shit like that out there. he may be “cool” on his little blog but I would bet the farm it’s a sad and lonely place that head of his. Someone that pushes unnecessary garbage like that daily has a screw loose. I just don’t believe you can be so negative and terrible towards others without feeling at least equally shitty about yourself inside. Serves him right. Anyway, try not to let it get you down for too long. You do just the opposite of what he does! When you first started posting wedding pics, a few of my girlfriends and I were going nuts over one of those beautiful dresses at dinner…the conversation turned to how authentic you seem and how refreshing it is to read anything you post! We all get hit with so much negative info through the media (world news included) and your honesty and humor are why you have so many fans. You are a little breath of fresh air, lady!! Hope you feel better soon…bc I personally need more photos of your wedding/honeymoon to shove in my fiance’s face. Take care.
    -Jessica from KY

    • P.J October 6, 2013 at 10:04 am #

      good girl for getting that out. Never mind the looks thing – if someone actually reads your tweets they know that behind that beauty there is a funny and intelligent human being. I can’t change how you feel about that blogger but, maybe it helps to think that, behind that blog, is an unhappy person who feels the need to lash out at others who have what they do not, be it looks, humor, a loving husband, etc…

  86. June G. October 6, 2013 at 9:50 am #

    Wow! That was really mean! Social media has opened up a marketplace for jerks to hide in their anonymity. I’m a Northwest girl, Whidbey Island…you are a beautiful:)

  87. Tad October 6, 2013 at 9:51 am #

    Fuck ’em, you’re very cool and deserve everything good that has happened in your life. Don’t let the bastards grind you down.

  88. Heather October 6, 2013 at 9:52 am #

    I always say I can related everything in life to either an episode of Sex & the City or a Taylor Swift song:

    You, with your words like knives
    And swords and weapons that you use against me
    You have knocked me off my feet again
    Got me feeling like I’m nothing
    You, with your voice like nails on a chalkboard
    Calling me out when I’m wounded
    You picking on the weaker man

    You, with your switching sides
    And your wildfire lies and your humiliation
    You have pointed out my flaws again
    As if I don’t already see them
    I walk with my head down
    Trying to block you out ’cause I’ll never impress you
    I just wanna feel okay again

    All you are is mean
    And a liar, and pathetic, and alone in life
    And mean, and mean, and mean, and mean

    I know you know this but these pieces of shit live miserable lives, you cant emit that much negativity and not have it affect the fabric of your life

    We all love you Chrissy and you should know that there have been many times when I’m feeling down or upset about something and just want to wallow and I have read something you wrote that makes me laugh out loud and that one laugh has the ability to change the course of my day.

    Love Love Love

  89. Shannon October 6, 2013 at 9:55 am #

    I feel like we really know you now. Like me, you maybe don’t think you’re as beautiful as you are. OR, like me, you sometimes hate the attention that brings. And this is mostly because at some point in our lives it has been negative, and made us feel bad. I’m just a suburban housewife so I’m not on red carpets, but I always notice people looking at me when I walk into a restaurant. I. Hate. This. I always say to my husband, ” why is everyone staring at us” …cue insecurities. My husband always says maybe they think ur pretty. But I automatically think, no, they must be talking about me, saying something horrible. And that, my friend, is bullshit. People don’t realize what their actions and words do, and it does stay with us for a looong time! Somone once told me, “They’re living rent-free in your head”. Well, you know what, I just increased the rent to live in my head. And you know what, you terrible human being, you soooo can’t afford it!!! That felt good to write! Hope this helps!! Your head should be a huge penthouse apt downtown. Stupid high rent. ❤

    • GG October 6, 2013 at 10:03 am #

      Thank you for writing this – I can totally relate! No mo’ freeloaders!

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 11:16 am #

      lol @ increased the rent. we are our own landlords!

    • wildbluewonder October 7, 2013 at 10:15 am #

      Amen. Along those lines, I subscribe to this mantra: “Other people’s opinions of me are none of my business.” The truth is, what other people say/write/think about me and or to me almost always has NOTHING to do with me and EVERYTHING to do with that person, his/her insecurities, neediness, fears, desire to be liked/agreed with, etc. Whatever the reason, it’s not about me at all, so I try not to pay it any mind. Not to say that some things don’t sting in the moment, but I try to drastically reduce the amount of time I let such people have an iota of influence over the way I feel. *I* get to choose how I feel. About myself, and just in general about life and the world we live in.

      I firmly believe that the jerks are in the minority. They are just sometimes more vocal. That doesn’t mean they get to rule the world, nor that they actually do. I’m with John on this one, Chrissy. Big hugs to you!!! xo

  90. elisewins October 6, 2013 at 9:58 am #

    Symbolic through the computer hug! Huge supporter of you, and John. People like this blogger-douche-face make it easier for me to believe humans are inherently evil. That makes me furious that a certain few people can change my opinion about the world. I agree with John in that I ‘want’ for what he said to be true, but I’m constantly disappointed. I hope you are having a better day than yesterday. Love y’all.

  91. Chanel October 6, 2013 at 9:58 am #

    I feel really sad that you have to go through that, I don’t think anyone should have to be treated with malice. And I don’t mean to come off malevolent myself but I have been following you for years now. Many a nights your tweets have helped me laugh and get through some tough times, but also many a nights I’ve seen you be just as vile and nasty to people that didn’t deserve it. Whether it be a blog or on twitter, it’s never okay to treat people as if they don’t matter and if they’re lives aren’t as relevant because they “don’t have a lot of followers” or because “they are too tanned.” I’ve always stuck up for you when people said mean things, but couldn’t understand why you would do the same, especially to people that didn’t come at you first or simply stated a simple comment. There is a bit of hypocrisy in some of these things you say, and I don’t want to make you feel bad for it, I just hope that you acknowledge that as well and try to not do the same things you hate. I wish you continue to find peace on this journey of yours.

  92. GG October 6, 2013 at 10:00 am #

    You are my idol!!

  93. bakingthings October 6, 2013 at 10:02 am #

    The greatest form of revenge against this twat is pity. Just like you mention that rude people may be having a bad day, it sounds like this person is having a bad life. Imagine how much energy it takes to be so negative; how exhausting that must be. It’s clear that while your life is filled, this person’s is empty-to the point where he/she is nothing more than a hobgoblin troll salivating over cruelty in a dark cave. Just like anything that’s been deprived of light for so long, to take in someone so beautiful, talented, and lucky is too much brightness to handle. The best you can do is to look down at this person, shake your head, smile in compassion and hope that one day they’re not such a miserable little cretin. For every awful person there’s someone like you. If you are searching for the beauty in humanity start by looking at yourself…and that’s keepin’ it real, gurl.

  94. eddie s. October 6, 2013 at 10:05 am #

    People get very brave on the Internet. Words they would never say to someone in person get stated in cyberworld as fact, when in reality, most of the people who say these words are simply angry at themselves, jealous of others and lashing out in anonymity.

    The words in the post are deplorable, racist, and degrading. We get a peek of the world you live in, but 99% of us truly have no idea what you endure on a day-to-day basis. What I think we all are thankful for is your honesty, sincerity and vulnerability….but most of all your HUMOR.

    Hopefully, one of these posts to your blog will make you smile today.

  95. Veronika October 6, 2013 at 10:08 am #

    Girl, that blogger stinks. Everything said about you is a reflection of the blogger.. Not sure if its a man or a woman (thinking man by the way he referenced your figure) but every negative thing he said about you he sees in himself. He felt better about his sad little life for two seconds. You get to feel great about your life forever. Done and done.

  96. Katherine Ferreira October 6, 2013 at 10:09 am #

    As hard as it may be it is definitely a journey to find a true balance of happiness and being ok with what your able to control vs the uncontrollable ( def not there yet might take a lifetime!) I thank you for writing this you may not want people to comment as this is just for venting purposes but it really is helpful for girls like myself who are trying to figure out where they belong. Some times I think I’m living vicariously through you( don’t get freak out!) because god has blessed you with many opportunities that most of us might not get but at the end of the day you’re just like the rest of us, a woman just trying to find her way. Reading this letter I connected in many ways to what you said and it makes me want to be better! Chrissy you truly are a motivating force for this generation continue to be a sassy – no filter- beautiful – so down to earth – loving woman and I know you will be just fine!!!

    Thank you for being you!!


  97. lizzyjames October 6, 2013 at 10:18 am #

    I think it was incredibly brave for you to lay this all out here. I have similar insecurities and feelings, but my life is anything but public, so I can’t imagine what it would it would be like to have strangers writing scathing shit about me.

    I don’t know that people are inherently good, but I do know that for every one shit head that wants to cut you down, there are more people in the world that are trying to do the right thing and be good to each other. Sometimes the losers just seem louder.

    I enjoy following you on twitter because you and John seem like down to earth people that my husband and I could befriend easily. You are interesting and beautiful, and those bloggers and hateful people are boring, attention seeking, and desperate sounding. Most of us recognize that.

  98. eMvisionary October 6, 2013 at 10:28 am #

    That guy is bitter. Don’t let it get to you. You are a beautiful woman and happens to have an awesome personality! You don’t seem to find that in your industry!!! Keep up the goodness in everything you do. Shake it off, keep smiling.

  99. Maura October 6, 2013 at 10:32 am #

    Thank you for writing this post. Hearing that someone as beautiful and successful as you has insecurities like the rest of us makes me feel not as crazy. We are all human and it is absolutely disgusting that people like that blogger exist and can get away with writing such terrible things about people. Hats off to you for calling him out for the loser he is. Stay strong and remember you have so many people that support and love you!
    PS. Congratulations on your wedding, you looked absolutely gorgeous!! I wish you every happiness xx

  100. Danielle Segura October 6, 2013 at 10:40 am #

    For every 1 person that hates you there’s 10 of us that love you. You are so real and raw which is so rare to find in people, especially celebrities. You are beautiful inside and out and don’t let anyone make you believe different. You my dear are a gem and John Legend snagged you up, so yeah haters are gonna hate. By the way I’ll be at the LA show we can detest the taste if alcohol and wash are insecurities away together, lol as if you’d fraternize with us common folk😜

  101. vandanaayyar October 6, 2013 at 10:40 am #

    Hey Chrissy,

    First of all– love you girl! I think you’re hilarious, beautiful, and great! Your tweets/instagrams are awesome– therefore you’re awesome.

    Not usually the type to leave comments, BUT I agree with Jon (except in the case of serial killers) that people are inherently good. Probably for every shitty comment you get there are a lot of people who love you that just don’t say it (going off the fact that assholes are more vocal, i.e. More likely to yelp when you have a bad restaurant experience).

    Idk this is all probably stuff that you know, but I feel for you… And maybe this would help you know that not all people are terrible??

    Sooooo keep on being great!!!! Whoop whoop!

  102. Cyd F October 6, 2013 at 10:41 am #

    Well said. There are too many internet blogging cowards like him.

  103. Mike October 6, 2013 at 10:50 am #

    To the woman who, if possibly, is even more beautiful on the inside than the outside: just keep being You! You and John are such an amazing team. Congratulations to you on starting this incredibly journey together. The hurtful words of one ill-mannered, ignorant douchebag can only teach us how not to treat others. Chin up, and know you are surrounded by good people who only want more of the best for you. Lots of love. Mike

  104. Nalini October 6, 2013 at 10:54 am #

    THIS is why me and I bet everyone else on here LOVES YOU.
    You are a genuine human being, and someone that I think we all admire and wish were our actual Bestie =D.
    Kudos to you darling to speaking the word and putting those ignorant asses on BLAST!
    Love you!!!!

  105. Jessica Faison October 6, 2013 at 10:59 am #

    You are gorgeous, smart, HILARIOUS, have one of the hottest men I have ever seen madly in love with you AND you have good nipples. It’s a sad world we live in where someone can sit behind a keyboard and make someone like you feel this way. I follow you through this blog and other forms of social media because your posts make my day better. I love your sense of humor and how “normal” you are even though you know Beyonce. BEYONCE!!! Keep that gorgeous head up.

    Sent from my iPhone


  106. Heather Y October 6, 2013 at 11:01 am #


    You are by far one of my most favorite people I just simply ADORE that live on this planet. I find myself scrolling down your Twitter timeline for laughs, Looking through your Instagram for inspiration, and watching clips of you on YouTube to see your free spirit in motion.

    This ASSHOLE who wrote this complete nonsense about you obviously doesn’t see the Chrissy MOST of us see. You are human, and I know this asshole has got to you, but there are more people who love you out there than you realize.

    This is a case of internet bullying and it is NOT okay. I wish I could say all the things to make you feel better and break this guys face (and hands so he can’t type a single bad thing about you again.)

    I never knew you didn’t like the taste of alcohol…….I thought it was just the first sip of Baileys?

    You are awesome in so many ways!

    Sending you big hugs!

    Heather ❤

  107. Cherie October 6, 2013 at 11:04 am #

    You told us not to leave comments, but 100+ of us couldn’t sit idley. For every vile heartless person in the world, there are 100+ more whose hearts radiates warmness to family, friends, and respected food bloggers they only know from the internet.

    Also-who man who calls a woman a c-u-next-tuesday

    • Cherie October 6, 2013 at 11:06 am #

      *any man who calls a woman a c-u-next-Tuesday is just mad because he’s never seen the real thing*–quotes from my mama.

  108. AM October 6, 2013 at 11:08 am #

    If people get tricked into thinking you’re actually a one dimensional public personality then they aren’t using their own powers of perspective. Don’t get tricked by the bullying – he’s using you to make a buck, and maybe just a tad jealous of the seemingly perfect life Chrissy Tiegen has created for herself.

  109. Katie S October 6, 2013 at 11:16 am #

    There will always be people who hate, choose to live in a negative space and make it their life mission to infect others. The real problem is the people who choose to subscribe to the negativity and give these haters a voice. Believe in who you are. These haters are lonely, loveless souls.

  110. bigdeb October 6, 2013 at 11:19 am #

    I love you Chrissy. You are a bright, sensitive and beautiful human being. Know that!

  111. Dave Hoffman October 6, 2013 at 11:21 am #

    My first thought on reading this post was “wow, even famous people can take anonymous comments personally”, and I took some consolation in that. My second thought was “why am I surprised to see that?” After all, you’re gloriously, hilariously, beautifully *HUMAN*, as we see every day in your blog posts, so why should I be surprised to learn you have feelings, and that sometimes they get hurt?

    Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about social media and the impact of what feels like our ever-increasing connectivity on my life personally, and on our culture generally. And I don’t think it’s a good thing, necessarily. From the proliferation of anger and hatred what feels like everywhere (even Bill Maher noticed: to the paradoxical fact that being plugged in and connected via social media virtually all the time seems to be isolating us more and more, not bringing us closer together (this little bit on cell phones by Louis CK resonated with me; maybe you’ll like it too:, I’m actually thinking about unplugging a bit, rather than continuing to get more and more wired. The kind of commentary that you wrote about is entirely too common, and more often than not, directed at women. It’s a symptom of the fact that we are obviously not the post-racial, gender-bias-free society we thought we were in the wake of President Obama’s election– clearly we have a long way to go. If we were, a father wouldn’t feel it necessary to teach this lesson to his young son:, right?

    All I can say to you is this: you’re obviously smart, funny, talented, and successful, and you’re living a life that most of us would envy to a greater or lesser degree. What’s more, you’ve surrounded yourself with people who understand that, and who love that you’re you, warts and all. So take comfort in that, and try not to let the anonymous anger of the internet get under your skin any more than you absolutely have to.

    Thanks for making me laugh, and for teaching me some new recipes. I have a Ziploc baggie of chipotle marinade in my freezer pretty much all the time. :^)

  112. vandanaayyar October 6, 2013 at 11:21 am #

    Hey Chrissy,

    First of all, love you girl. I think you’re hilarious, smart, beautiful, and overall great!!!

    I’m going to agree with John that people are inherently good (except in the case of serial killers). People are probably shitty people for a reason.

    I’m not a big comment-leaver but, I feel for you.. And I hope you know that for every terrible comment there’s a bunch of people who really think you’re great, but just don’t say anything!

    Keep on being fabulous!!!

    A fellow-fivehead

    • vandanaayyar October 6, 2013 at 11:25 am #

      …accidentally posted twice. Don’t know how to delete this… *dying inside*

      • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 11:28 am #

        loldon’t worry about it. and thank you.

  113. Laurie Taylor October 6, 2013 at 11:23 am #

    This is an odd approach, but it’s how I have come to think about these things… I am an anthropologist, and therefore acutely aware of our ‘primateness’. I try to remember that we are the end product of 65 million years of primate evolution. Primates are the most social of all animals and humans are the most social of all primates. Our brains are not hardwired for much, but they are hardwired for sociality. We are, quite literally, nothing without each other. Unfortunately, cultural behaviors are not always good for us. They are often maladaptive. The primate brain, in isolation, does not function well. This is how I view the advent of ‘anonymous’ in the internet age. Alone, overwhelmed with the feeling of being surrounded by people and yet not truly connected to anyone, people begin to behave in very un-primate like ways. We turn on each other. We lash out. We say ugly, hurtful things because we know there are no real consequences. It is ironic and sad that there are more people on the planet than have ever existed, and yet we seem to be moving farther and farther apart.
    This might too sciency (that’s a word 🙂 for a Sunday morning, so I’ll simplify… This person’s blog has nothing to do with you. I suspect he feels disconnected from the world, and this kind of hurtful bullshit is the symptom.
    P.S. A concern for justice (which I also have in abundance), is also a primate trait. If you’re interested at all, you should watch a PBS film called ‘Ape Genius’. It’s amazing, plus chimps and bonobos are adorable 🙂

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 11:27 am #

      this is amazing, i wish I could favorite it somehow. favorite it 100 times. i will definitely find that pbs film!!

      • Laurie Taylor October 6, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

        I just read that asshole’s ‘blog’, and I wish I could scrub my brain. He is dead inside.
        Here’s a little shot of girl pride to remind you of the awesome power of two X chromosomes 🙂

      • Rebecca Evans Lee October 7, 2013 at 11:44 am #

        Ms. Laurie Taylor, please put your comment and links to the PBS film and Maya Angelou into a blog post so it can be shared.

        And the bonus – that a model, host, businessperson Chrissy Teigen inspires an anthropologist to share her insights and connect the power of scientific understanding to a more informed way of living.
        Under that heading, I’ll bet there is a lot you could share with us.
        Looking forward to it.

    • Rebecca Evans Lee October 7, 2013 at 11:44 am #

      Ms. Laurie Taylor, please put your comment and links to the PBS film and Maya Angelou into a blog post so it can be shared.

      And the bonus – that a model, host, businessperson Chrissy Teigen inspires an anthropologist to share her insights and connect the power of scientific understanding to a more informed way of living.
      Under that heading, I’ll bet there is a lot you could share with us.
      Looking forward to it.

      • Laurie Taylor October 9, 2013 at 7:04 pm #

        I feel silly asking this, but are you asking me to create a blog? I’m genuinely new to this whole thing, so I wasn’t sure what you meant. And I just saw this comment today, so sorry for the delay.
        Your comments made me smile, so thank you for that 🙂

      • Rebecca October 10, 2013 at 8:33 pm #

        Yes! 🙂
        I don’t know but I think that its relatively easy to set up a blog on WordPress or tumbler or google or other etc.. I really like the work of people who bring research to use in everyday life and what you wrote really helped. I don’t know if such a blog already exists but who cares? I like what you wrote and then you added the inspirational video of Maya Angelou. Other examples I’ve seen lately are Kelly McGonigal, a health psychologist and FOOD PSYCH podcast with Christy Harrison on food and psychology.
        I’m in an inspired mood lately and I say go for it! 🙂

      • Laurie Taylor October 14, 2013 at 7:48 pm #

        Thank you for the encouragement, Rebecca! I think I may actually try this 🙂

  114. Cel October 6, 2013 at 11:23 am #

    All of me Loves all of Chrissy Teigen 🙂 remember these words Chrissy! hurtful comments are pure jealousy. As my mum says “Rise above it” You are an amazing lady and I adore you! Love my daily Chrissy fix- now must dash, I am off to get my boyfriend to write me a song :D….wishful thinking! wishing you an fantastic first year of marriage filled with good health and happiness x

  115. cwebbie October 6, 2013 at 11:24 am #

    I thank God everyday He didn’t give me any extraordinary talent, exceptionally good looks, amazing body, rich family, right last name… none of that shit because if this were written about me I’d be torching his fucking house right now.

    There’s much to admire about you.

  116. Cat October 6, 2013 at 11:31 am #

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us. You have an amazing personality and it’s your tweets that keep me sane/laughing everyday. You brighten up my world & I don’t even know you 🙂 Thank you for being you and for being my daily inspiration to continue being myself in a world full of judgemental people.

  117. sarahwestlake October 6, 2013 at 11:39 am #

    He gets paid to be a dick AND misspell words? Someone needs to shut his whole blog down AND pay for his college. And make a mockery of his “profession” in which he can’t even use spellcheck. Ignorant asshole.

  118. natalie October 6, 2013 at 11:40 am #

    You honesty was refreshing. Thank you for sharing. Some people never grow out of the high school mean girl/boy mindset. That’s on them, don’t let some bitter jackass damper your day. Those sick people get off on knowing they bother people.

    You’re awesome and deserve all the hugs!

  119. EVSTEVE October 6, 2013 at 11:44 am #

    You literally put a smile on my face everyday without even trying.
    I may or may not stalk you on until I meet you at Frank for Lasagna Verde Thursdays

  120. Nissy October 6, 2013 at 11:49 am #

    Chrissy you’re my favorite supermodel for so many valid reasons but mainly for the following:
    1/ your passion for eating – girrrrrl, I wish I was on that ramen noodle adventure in Japan with you!
    2/ your passion for cooking
    3/ this So Delushios blog that’s filled with awesome recipes and cuss words (my 2 fav things
    4/ your genuiness and honesty, and especially now when you’re not afraid to show us just how vulnerable you can be.
    Because of this and many other things we love you and stay being you. And to that blogger, he’s just one person and as you’ve said, who’s makes a living out of writing vile things to say about a person they don’t even know. You have a much better and fun way at making yours and for that you will always win over him. Period 🙂

  121. Stephanie McElroy October 6, 2013 at 11:53 am #

    I love you so much. I hate to admit it, but this post is helping me a lot. I’ve just felt really down and stressed lately and it’s good to know I’m not the only one that feels how you described. You are an amazing person and I think it’s safe to say that you have a lot more supporters than you do those crazy people saying nasty shit.

  122. Jenny B. October 6, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    Chrissy, I just wanted you to know you are such an inspiration to me.
    I love your quirkiness and your great sense of humor. I can’t imagine the nasty things people say to you. It would be very hard for me to handle because I’m such a sensitive cry baby. I’m glad you have found someone in your life like John who is so supportive of you and is there for you during moments like this. I am so happy for you guys. Just know that there are people out there, like me, who truly adore you! My friend told me a really great saying, “If u let an idiot ruin ur day, u let, of all people, an IDIOT ruin ur day…”. Love you Chrissy!!!

  123. Cindy Krickbaum October 6, 2013 at 12:02 pm #

    Huge hugs to you. I really don’t know how you do it, but I’m always here. If you ever need to take a break form it all and just have some Chrissy time, you know where I am. People like this asshole don’t know the first thing about you. Ignorance has no limits and we just have to live with it, but we don’t have to give it the power it wants to have.

  124. julesnation October 6, 2013 at 12:05 pm #


    I appreciate your honesty and ability to have strangers feel connected to you.

    There are days at work when I am being talked and treated in ways that are so upsetting by pig men in power positions because they like the way I look, and instead of crying in the bathroom I scroll through your twitter and it’s a break from my real world.

    It’s refreshing, the honestly and confidence you communicate via twitter. It’s empowering for me as a woman to read the things you write, and I become proud again. Then I breathe a deep breath and carry on with my day. I know it would seem logical and so easy to quit and find a new job. It’s not, I’m trying but I have a mortgage, car, and pets that depend on my paycheque. And these pig men are in positions that would protect them and find the next pretty girl to replace me. So life just sucks sometimes, and it’s sad.

    Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. For every asshole writing terrible things about you, think about the girl being dragged down by these same type of horrible pigs in person reading your words to find a break from the real world. I don’t know what I would do without you, a perfect stranger, somedays! 🙂

  125. Long-Distance Dad October 6, 2013 at 12:18 pm #

    Unfortunately the spread of information technology and the Internet seems to have dehumanized many people. It’s too easy to hide behind a keyboard and anonymously lob insults and cruelties at others. And the consequences can be tragic, as with the girl In Florida who recently jumped from a tower after Facebook bullying. Would her tormenters have been so relentless if they acted face-to-face, and realized the girl was a living human spirit?

    And yet, the Internet also can be a force for much good. It allowed me to webcam mentor a poor teenager in South Africa, who’s now become like my son. A life changing experience for both of us that never would have happened without the web.

    Don’t let the cyber-cowards get under your skin. They’re shadows mired in their own unhappiness and insecurities.

    I’m so happy to have stumbled upon your blog recently. A beautiful young woman who writes eloquently, is open with her feelings and opinions, swears like a truck driver, and eats like one too! You’re the whole package. And most importantly… real.

  126. catvoncat October 6, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

    I don’t understand how that guy gets paid to write that blog. His writing sucks. It is neither funny nor interesting. It is not original. It is not thought-provoking. It is not entertaining. It has no value whatsoever. It’s just word vomit.

    I would literally pay real money to read your blog or your Twitter if I had to. You could not pay ME enough to read that asshat’s blog.

  127. On life and stuff October 6, 2013 at 12:35 pm #

    I almosty never respond to your AWESOME posts, but now I will. Sweetie, you’re awesome. You are beautiful and have a great body, and you couldn’t give two fucks about it. You still take pleasure in life, in eating, in company, in love. Your posts are fun and funny, an I greatly missed you when yo didn’t write so much. People like this moron just take pleasure in hurting others. I play draw something 2, and the other day, in a drawing everyone was praising, this guy commented “you suck”. Wow. He doesn’t even know me, and he says that. I looked at his gallery, and my 2-year-old could draw better than him. Honey, people like these idiots fill the void and ugliness in their own lives by saying horrible things to good people. Take it like the bullshit it is, and move on. Know that you are liked, loved and admired by MANY people, including myself. Don’t think twice of that idiot. ❤ ❤ ❤


  128. celine October 6, 2013 at 12:43 pm #

    You are very loved by many. That douche shouldn’t even deserve to have his idiot comments dignified by any sort of reaction. Just keep being you. Congrats on your wedding, and if you make it to Austin soon, I’d like to have you and John over for crepes. It is the only thing I know how to make.

  129. Maxine Stephenson October 6, 2013 at 12:43 pm #

    A wise woman named Crissle West once said: words mean things. I have found that to be the case. Trolling ass bitches love to use the power of words to kill the spirit and make you question whether you want to disavow humanity and become a cat.

    The fact is you are living your best life the best way you know how and no one punk with a blog should get the right to make you feel like shit. Just try to remember the folks who matter when shit like this happens.

    I personally think you are beyond amazing and wish you best in everything. Congrats on your marriage and just say no to Fuckboys (more Crissle wisdom).

  130. Casey October 6, 2013 at 12:44 pm #

    I think the part that makes me the most mad is how inaccurate his posts are. Has he ever even read your blog? You must mention at least a dozen times how you can’t eat whatever you want and stay in shape, how you worked out so hard for your wedding, your diets/cleanses before sports illustrated shoots etc. you are one of the few celebrities who let your fans be apart of your private life good or bad. It is refreshing to see how normal you are and is one of the many qualities that your fans love about you. Please don’t let him ruin this part of you.

  131. Sara October 6, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    I know you don’t want the comments, but I had already decided to write one before I read your last sentence so I’m just gonna. I actually read this guy’s BS post about you last week by clicking on something else that I was reading that led me to his. And it kinda made me angry at the time b/c you are my favorite. But then I just blew it off b/c it didn’t change my opinion about you in the least. And then I read your blog post just now and I felt ashamed of myself for reading something that would be so hurtful to someone. And I am guilty of reading them all the time. I seriously hate Jennifer Anniston and Jennifer Lopez and Julia Roberts b/c of all the negative stuff I’ve read on these pointless blogs over the years. That’s so wrong of me and I’m so sorry. I should stick to the positive ones and leave all of the BS nasty for the sake of being nasty blogs behind. They are toxic and I know that, but I’ve read them in the past just out of boredom and for a cheap (very cheap) laugh at someone else’s expense. The Internet is a very hateful negative place and while it can be helpful and make our lives easier, it also brings out the worst in so many people. I hope your venting helped you and I hope the positive comments make a difference. I really do appreciate your humor, your candidness and your honesty. And also your writing style – I love reading what you have to say and how as I’m reading I feel like I’m actually just listening to a friend talk b/c that’s how I talk. Anyways. Have a good Sunday Chrissy. You have changed my point of view and that’s something.

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 1:04 pm #

      I read those sites too. We're only human and we enjoy being snarky and being entertained. But if there is one thing I do try and do, it's really understand that SOOOOOO MUCH JUST ISN'T TRUE. We hear something enough and we truly start to believe it. Jennifer Aniston is a perfect example — she is portrayed as a pathetic, husband losing, marriage obsessed freak who can't have a baby. It's insane. But positivity just doesn't sell.

      Your words are very kind. Thank you, thank you.

  132. Just_Jen October 6, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

    As my 10 year old son says, “haters gonna hate”. The reality of type of negativity is that this person simply has a miserable life and only gets some sort of twisted satisfaction out of knocking others down. Let that be his issue…not yours.

    I’m sorry that you had to bare the brunt of this negativity. Please remember, it’s not about you. It’s really about the person who writes the vile.

    Wanna knock his socks of? Reach out and friend this individual. I’d bet dollars to donuts he would never have the balls to say any of it to your face. Ain’t that some funny ass shit right there??!!

  133. notabookworm October 6, 2013 at 1:04 pm #

    Such heinous and demonian conduct is truly hard to comprehend – as the recipient I imagine it’s impossible to digest and deflect. Above all, your fans (lame term) are really proud of you for who you are and what you do, and we appreciate the lessons you teach us along your sometimes sh*tty journey through life.

    Have you read the book The Untethered Soul? I am HARDLY (read: not at all) a spiritual person, but it basically is a pretty amazing guide on how to differentiate the true YOU and from that which happens around you or to you. As an added bonus it also teaches you how to get that negative insecurities-spewing inner voice to just STFU. It’s a pretty easy read, so you should be able to read it while spending adequate time tending to your Animal Crossing family.

    So, this isn’t totally relevant to what you’re currently going through, but I’d like to think that it could offer a new perspective that might help you heal faster and stay happy in times of senselessness. You’re awesome. We all are, really (with a few exceptions). And we all are here for a short amount of time, so why waste a second of our lives being unhappy.*

    (*I’m not actually able to practice this myself, but I read it in the book and it looks good on paper.)

    Seriously though, good book. I hope your day gets better, Chrissy.

  134. Chrissy October 6, 2013 at 1:04 pm #

    I’m forever grateful that you did not give his name. I’m sorry there are horrible garbage humans in this world. I’ve dealt with this on a “just a regular person” level. It hurts. I know.

  135. Candice October 6, 2013 at 1:05 pm #

    You know, it’s in situations like this where I try to remind myself that this is somebody’s child, or somebody’s Something…in order to not feel total hatred. But maybe he’s not. Maybe he has no one…because, honestly, I simply can not comprehend the idea that any decent person in his life could knowingly support this. And the idea that he may not have anyone makes me sad, then grateful.

    I can only hope that he’ll somehow understand the weight of his words.

  136. chinesefoodbarf22 October 6, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

    I never understood how someone who doesn’t know you personally could critique you. You can’t determine how somebody is, solely based on theirTwitter feed, or IG posts. I’m honestly sad that you fell privy to this assholes grammatically incorrect blog posts. It bothers me that people don’t realize the power of their words, and how it can effect somebody, celebrity or not. I may not know you personally Chrissy, but I can say that you are an amazing, inspirational woman, contrary to your Twitter bio. I know you said that you can only bring yourself to ignore someones hateful words but so many times, but please try. This guy called you fat.. He clearly doesn’t know what he’s talking about, and I kind of stopped reading the excerpt after that point, cause after saying that, I know the shit he writes isn’t even credible.

    You’re gorgeous, insanely zany, smart, talented, and you’re clearly not a gold digger in any degree, as you have your own profession (and cooking side hustle). I knew who you were as an individual before I found out you were John’s fiance, so that totally obliterates that gold digging theory. Congratulations on your marriage by the way!
    It may hurt now, but don’t let these cyber bullies get the best of you. Have an A-1 day (you’ll get up to this reference later on in Breaking Bad), from one of your fans~

  137. Erin October 6, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

    I very rarely leave comments but had to commend you for tolerating bullshit like this on a daily basis. I (along with millions of other people) enjoy following your twitter/instagram/blog because you are hilarious, smart and very entertaining. I can’t even begin to imagine the nightmare of dealing with these unintelligent insecure assholes who get paid to anonymously sit behind a computer screen all day and take their insecurities out on other people. Whoever writes that blog (and all the people who talk shit about you online all the time) is pathetic and had to have been raised by wolves if they can sleep at night knowing they are treating other humans that way. The people who carelessly go around putting other people down to build themselves up are sick and twisted, and have no right to push their own problems on other people. Hopefully this moron will see how much love and support you have from strangers online who admire you, and realize that you are an actual person with feelings and a brain, not just some fictional character who isn’t affected by what people say about her. You are so much better than this – please don’t stop being so open and honest online, it’s one of the many reasons people like me look up to you!

  138. Heather L. October 6, 2013 at 1:22 pm #

    Chrissy, I have watched your blog for a long while now, and I have cooked many things. I only have twitter to read what you post next, and I’ve loved JL since the beginning, we even danced to “So High” at my wedding. At any rate, this guy is someone who needs to lash out, simple—you, like many other celebs, who are in this fishbowl (so to speak) are easy targets. I could guarantee that he’d jump at the chance to be with someone like you, even just for a day. I know these words do nothing to erase the hurt he’s caused, but I just wanted to add my two cents!

  139. Sarah October 6, 2013 at 1:24 pm #

    Wow, that article is awful. I’m sorry, but you are far from anything he said. Plus, anyone who claims to be a “pug whisperer” has serious issues.

    I’ve been following you for quite some time & absolutely love your sense of humor, not to mention you are stunning & seem down to earth. I’m not one for following celebs or really care to know what they wear, have for lunch, or who they are dating but you’re definitely different. I always find you refreshing.

    I’ll stop rambling but I felt I needed to say that you are awesome & I hope you never forget that, no matter how many insensitive assholes say differently. Keep ya head up!! Happy Sunday all the way from Cali.



  140. Sara October 6, 2013 at 1:25 pm #

    This was really upsetting to read, I cannot believe someone actually thinks so little of fellow human beings! As a girl I get the damage this can do, this would have crushed me. I think you are incredibly brave to share this, and that is one if the things I love about your blog. You are so real, so honest, and with such a funny way of writing, I feel like I was given the honor of being your friend.
    Whoever this person is, he has to look in the mirror and go to bed at night, knowing he does this to other people. He actually has to live with himself, being what he is. That is his punishment.

  141. Sara October 6, 2013 at 1:32 pm #

    I just read through his site, and became so enraged at the fact that there is nothing I can do to report him or get his site taken down… talk about injustice at its finest. But in the end, I know it’s not worth wasting my time worrying about him or reading his site, because it’s going ruin my day, and he could not be less worth having an effect on me. He’s clearly a very sick man, and the things that he says about you say much more about his unhappiness than your character or your being. Your ability to be real, to be human, to show us both your moments of ecstasy and depression, are what make us love you, respect you, and to always come back for more. Keep doing what you’re doing. xo.

  142. Sandra Soweto October 6, 2013 at 1:47 pm #

    Keep your head up girl! I am a sixty five year old child of the sixties and if I had a daughter, I would want her to be like you bold, funny, smart and SASSY! I am also extremely passionate about justice for ALL people. We can either be courageous or we can be comfortable. Go along to get along. We all have to make that choice at some point.

  143. Jessica October 6, 2013 at 1:50 pm #

    This man is disgusting. It’s one thing to harmlessley have fun and be facetious; it’s another to be sick, twisted, obsessed, ugly, and terrifying. His words make me uncomfortable and I’m not even the target. My heart goes out to Chrissy for being put through such vile, pointless hatred. How content like this can be supported just goes to show how far we’ve fallen as a society.

    I don’t know Chrissy personally, and I admit it’s an odd thought, but I wish I had a friend like her. She’s close to my age, she’s hilarious, has fun, enjoys life, enjoys food, she has many of the same insecurities I do, and I can relate to her simply because we’re both women in our mid-twenties learning to accept ourselves and growing as people. Like I said, it’s weird but I wish I had a friend like her because I have approximately 1 1/2 friends and that’s reaching. She always seemed like she would make for an awesome friend, this just somehow solidifies it.

    This is way more than I intended on writing, but this has affected me. I guess it’s just nice to know that we’re all kind of in the same boat, she just gets scrutinized over it more than we could ever imagine.

  144. Maggie October 6, 2013 at 1:58 pm #

    I never comment on anything, but I love your blog and your twitter feed and I had to say that I completely agree, DrunkenStepfather is a horrible, disgusting site and I can’t believe he gets paid to write that disgusting, creepy shit. I can’t imagine it being written about me, and I’m sorry it happened to you. Know that you have a lot of fans and supporters out here!

  145. Michele October 6, 2013 at 2:19 pm #

    Chrissy – Puh-leeze consider the source. This guy is undoubtedly a bitter, socially retarded dbag who makes up for his unhappiness over being SUCH an unlike able lonely asshole by lashing out at women who clearly intimidate him. Don’t let him win. I love your blog and so does my daughter. Why? Because you are hysterically funny, smart, and a model who actually loves food and eating. Don’t give this shithead another thought!

  146. Naomi October 6, 2013 at 2:26 pm #

    Chrissy, I am so sorry you had to endure the words that were written in that short statement. You expressed true human feelings. These words do not add or take anything away from you. Your value is in your true character, faith, morals and traditions your family instilled in you. And that’s what your loved ones see in you. Chrissy you are blessed. All your accomplishments are a true testament to that. Hold your head up.

    And whoever this person is displayed cowardness. Where he at girl!!!! Lol

    I hope you’re smiling today.


  147. Amanda October 6, 2013 at 2:36 pm #

    I am glad that you got to vent and I really hope that you feel a little bit better.

    I reflect a lot of the same sediments posted below and really want to thank you so much for your unapologetic honesty and willingness to expose yourself without the Hollywood curtain.

    I truly admire and adore you for who you are.

    Lots of love,

  148. Ashlen October 6, 2013 at 2:49 pm #

    That man must be sick. Being able to write those things about you and so many others without any worries of the damage he is doing is terribly sad. Reading this blog made me sad. Sad for that man. Sad for the people he’s hurt. Sad for anyone who has ever been hurt by someone else’s words. But reading through the comments on this post gives me so much hope. There may be people out there mindlessly abusing others but there are more people caring and loving and picking up the pieces. No one likes to see someone they’ve come to know and love get hurt. And I know that you’re not short on love and adoration from John and your friends and family but I still think you should know you are hilarious and brilliant and beautiful and wonderful. No matter what some sad anonymous man and his band of followers think or say.

  149. Stephanie October 6, 2013 at 2:57 pm #

    I never leave comments, it’s not something I like doing, acknowledging my presence when there are far better writers/comedians/cool people who have far more interesting things to say than me. But I had to say this:
    Your blog post, what you’ve written about what you’ve felt takes a lot more strength and courage than most have. To open yourself up and post it and make yourself vulnerable to the possible negative feedback you could get when you are already hurting is proof that you aren’t just a snarky soulless gold digger (it hurt to write that). The culture we’re living in has pretty much conditioned us to be that snarky asinine person. We all have it in us, our mind scrambling to spit out the most sarcastic semi-hurtful joke before anyone else makes one, hoping that it gets the most retweets, likes or praise. I’ve seen it, I’ve read it and I’ve lived it. I’ve felt the guilt after and I’ve also felt proud when I come off sounding slightly intelligent and slightly funny. Its something we ALL indulge in even if its silently within the constraints of our mind. What this asshole has done is different. And people need to stop putting his hurtful shit on the same level. There is a difference between witty banter (or calling out pricks that instigate shit) and vile demeaning slobber meant to hurt you and bring you down. That’s what the coward does, protected by his Anonimity. Fuck him and his kind.

    And when you’re thinking about the distance from the window to the floor below (or how much damage jumping out of a speeding car in the middle of traffic would cause [where my mind takes me]) try to remember all the things you haven’t done yet that are worth so much more than that free fall. A new recipe, something with John you haven’t done or a new level of Mario Kart…. Sending hugs and positive thoughts…

  150. October 6, 2013 at 3:20 pm #

    I would bet all that I own that this ignorant “blogger” is a dickless, impotent dipshit who lives in his Mom’s basement and types hateful shit about women he will never have a prayer or meeting, much less dating or marrying, as he sits at his computer in the worn-out underwear he’s been wearing for 4 days. It is a compliment to be hated-on by the likes of him.
    Anyone with as many haters as you have simply MUST be doing something right.
    Hold your head high, and carry on.

  151. Karin October 6, 2013 at 3:22 pm #

    That disgusting piece of human worthlessness has to wake up and be him everyday. You get to wake up and be you. He loses. As you can read here, for every one piece of shit blogger, there are hundreds and thousands of fans that love you and get you and love you because they get you. You are a breath of fresh air and realness! Just keep doing you and all the idiots will fall by the wayside. Big hugs and kisses. We love you so much.

  152. Siobhan October 6, 2013 at 3:27 pm #

    That’s just awful. Nobody should be subjected to that. Ever. Keep your head up! You are a beautiful person! 🙂

  153. mary October 6, 2013 at 3:59 pm #

    Chrissy, I don’t follow a lot of celebrities on Twitter, but I follow. I also never comment on blogs. Period. But, I had to make an exception this time after reading this. You, my friend (well, I’ve never met you so we’re not friends, but just go with it), are one of the most kick-ass females out there. I follow you actively on Twitter because you are real, funny, snarky, etc etc. You don’t sugar coat things and you say what’s on your mind. Even if people don’t like what you say, there is something to be admired about the fact that you say it. As for this creepy man: I am pretty sure if the show “Unsolved Mysteries” was still on, we would all see a flashback of him driving around in his creepy child molester van, followed by an update on him being arrested after tips from Twitter followers.

    Keep your head up and don’t give him the satisfaction of holding any kind of power over you.

  154. JJ October 6, 2013 at 4:10 pm #

    I mean the least he can do is spell your name right…
    Preach, girl. Love you.

  155. Shelle Belle October 6, 2013 at 4:53 pm #

    Screw this douche bag. I am sure this guy is just some perv living in his parents basement jerking off to bukake and saving all his money to buy a Real Doll!

    Don’t let this f’er get you down… It would just give him immense pleasure.


  156. liyaaa88 October 6, 2013 at 5:00 pm #

    One of the things you have to endure.sigh. anyway, the good outweighs the bad. It’s evident with all these heartwarming comments you have (including mine). I encourage you to watch the documentary of Tom Shadyac “I am” because whether we like it or not, we all need each other. Tomorrow is another day Chrissy and that cruel post should be forgotten. He probably lives in a basement without enough sunshine to fuel his happy self. Looking forward to another funny post from you. Xo Liya

  157. Chimfwembe Mukupo October 6, 2013 at 5:06 pm #

    Hey Chrissy, I feel so sad that people can be so mean, but clearly everybody who follows you Loves you and you make a difference with your hilarious tweets, just keep moving and don’t bother what the media or bloggers have to say, keep doing you and being the person that John Loves so much and that we all Love..Xoxo

  158. Natasha October 6, 2013 at 5:22 pm #

    John is right! For every one of him there are thousands of the ones leaving comments here. One day these things won’t touch you and you will have a nice chuckle that they ever did (ask your mommy). You are such a joy to my life… For all the humor and good eats, but especially for moments like this.

  159. Chloe October 6, 2013 at 5:29 pm #

    Hon, he has porn site affliations. He gets paid to post and advertise shit. I read his blog but I dont think of the person affected until I read your post. Sucks you were targeted. Sometimes I forget models and celebrities are everyday people affected by opinions too.

  160. ellsho October 6, 2013 at 5:33 pm #

    I don’t think the question should be whether people are inherently good or not. I think it’s more about gauging the extent of someone’s self-hatred.

    When I was 9 I used to look in the mirror and think I was really pretty. I didn’t look like any of my friends because I was Iranian growing up in a white area, and for some reason, my little elementary school brain told me to love that I was different. Then one day a kid told me I had a big nose. I’d never thought twice about my nose up until then. For years I couldn’t see why people thought I had a big nose but I became so self conscious about it and built this massive complex (like you mentioned) over that first comment and and all the ones thereafter. I wound up getting my nose done eventually to finally shake those feelings and I still feel like I have an ugly nose.

    So I’ve asked myself before, if that kid and all the other ones that told me they thought I had an ugly nose knew today that what they said led me to eventually change my face and still be unhappy when I look in the mirror, would they have still said it? Cuz that’s how you know if they’re good or bad right? I think their response would be something like “I had no idea that what I said would even register with you, let alone make a difference in your life”. Drill that down and you get people who felt they were so insignificant that they thought no one would care about what they had to say, probably not realizing the person on the other end felt just as minute. Now bring in a girl (you) who they think has everything they want, and the feelings of inadequacy/insignificance skyrocket.

    It’s kind of a hard question; do we make people pay for saying things based on their lowly views of themselves? I guess we could but , but then I think about my nose and how I didn’t have to give in like that. It’s my fucking face and if I liked it I should have kept it. Who the hell were these people and wtf was their relevance for me to give a shit whether I fit their idea of pretty? If I understood the side-effects of insecurity when I was 9, that shit would’ve rolled off my back. Unfortunately I thought these people were enlightening me to something really important that I didn’t know about myself.

    Not everyone’s gonna think you’re pretty, no one knows the backstory to your relationships, and weight is always the number one thing someone will use against a woman because it’s easy. I don’t want to be all “brush it off”, but there are more insecure people in the world than bad people and feeling sad for them is a lot more empowering than trying to strip them down to the nothingness they already feel like they are.

    I dunno if that helps or if it’s even legit, but it’s helped me alleviate a lot of resentment and be a little more at peace with the people who made me feel like shit for no reason.

  161. trixiestreats October 6, 2013 at 5:35 pm #

    You said no compliments, but I’m still gonna leave you one. You’re awesome. Try not to let the haters (anonymous or otherwise) get to you. You’re awesome, remember? I saw the first passage you quoted on that nasty website, and I quit reading once I saw the phrase “pug-faced.” Puh-lease. The blog lost what little credibility it might’ve had when I saw that.

  162. ellsho October 6, 2013 at 5:35 pm #

    I just wrote an essay. Sorry.

    • chrissyteigen October 6, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

      Do not be sorry. It was perfect. I was just about to comment on it.

      That one, single kid. It’s so crazy to think about. I can’t look in the mirror without thinking I look like a tranny, a pug, a pie face, etc. I’m even self concious about my hands from a single comment john made 5 years ago about me having stubby fingers. I didn’t even think I had a short torso until an agency pointed it out, and now I can’t sit down for dinner with a group of people without realizing I am that much lower than them. THIS IS INSANE.

      I suppose this could all be solved if I just stopped giving a fuck what people say. But I can’t. My brain is wired to more so wonder why these people can’t change THEIR attitudes. Why do I have to be the one to put up with it? Sigh. it’s annoying.

      Anyhoo. thank you for your post. It was perfect. x

      • Emily S October 7, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

        Ellsho – you perfectly described how I have felt my entire life. I don’t think I’m ugly but I have been so self conscious about my big nose my entire life and it started when someone pointed it out in 5th grade. In high school, a boy I had a huge crush on said he didn’t like me back because I was pretty but something was “off”. That hurt, bad. Then in my junior year, I was sitting in a history class and a teacher was speaking about beauty. He described how beautiful his wife was and pointed out that she had a big nose but he didn’t think she was beautiful despite her nose, but she was beautiful because of her nose. Then there were people who argued with him saying that big noses on girls made them ugly, and I just wanted to die. But the teacher argued back so eloquently, that he shut everyone up. That conversation gave me just enough confidence to get by in life. Sometimes I still want a nose job but I’m self conscious about people thinking I’m self conscious, lol.

        Chrissy- what you have done here is more than just vent. You have given people a forum to talk about these really dark feelings almost everyone has felt at one point or another. I want to sincerely thank you from the bottom of my heart for being open enough to share your insecurities with us and for letting us share them with you. I’ve seen the nasty things that people write about celebrities on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. and it makes me so sad. But then I read the comments people have been posting here and it does give me hope. I know this is easier said than done but fuck these assholes and look at the good that you’ve brought out in all the people that have taken time out of their busy days to write on here. Not only to make you feel better, but to make all of us feel better. Thank you for bring us here.

      • ellsho April 28, 2014 at 11:42 pm #

        Hey man, ‘member me? We need to talk again. You just had an exchange on twitter with some cheap looking italian girl who called you a bobble head. I know in this blog post you said it’s not easy to let the lame shit people say to you roll off, but here’s why I need you to: when you reply to those people, it makes me wanna go to their page, find every flaw I can from their profile and rip them apart. Not cuz I’m possessive over a girl I don’t know, but because it angers me to see a girl put another girl down for a laugh or for attention. But then I just wanna do the same and it perpetuates this whole girl-bashing thing that neeeeeds to stop. I’d like to think I’m a little more rational than the average girl so I stop myself, the same way I stopped myself from destroying the IG of the guy who said you gained weight. But other girls won’t and an eye for an eye will live long and prosper.

        I’m not in your shoes and I hope I don’t sound like I’m trying to tell you what to do or like I know better, but what I’ve gathered in the years I’ve been following you is that you’re above this. Your torso is as elongated as your piano player fingers, your head is proportionate to your fantasmical body and enough people think so that they’ve put you on THREE cosmo covers and the cover of SI. You have all the proof in the world that you’re Some people might disagree and be rude about it, but can we just not bring attention to them? They deserve bad things, but can we just let the universe take care of that and continue laughing at the people who think you’d buy cats for followers? Anyway love you byyyeeee

  163. Nate storbakken October 6, 2013 at 5:48 pm #

    Be strong girl. Put your positive energy to your family and friends. No more reading those kind of negative stuff period. Block in or spam it. Negative people will always bring u down because they have no life or friends. Love is much stronger than hate. Love u.

  164. Hayley October 6, 2013 at 5:59 pm #

    I am sorry you are down about this. I know you know that people just say shit to say it. Especially about those in the public eye. I hate that there is a kind of industry based on saying hateful things about celebrities. But it’s easy to think people in the public eye aren’t like the rest of us. That’s how this happens, by thinking they/you aren’t like the rest of us. But really we are all human. For what it’s worth I think you are brilliant.

  165. Jodi October 6, 2013 at 6:21 pm #

    You’re honestly one of the most amazing celebrities I know about and I don’t do that stan worship over famous people. I became a fan of John’s after finding your Twitter feed and seeing how funny, relatable and overall awesome you are. We often forget that celebrities are people too. Thanks for reminding us and this latest show of vulneribilty just serves to solidify you as one of my faves. Cowards use the Internet to attack people and they do deserve to get called out. Kudos!

  166. Stephanie M. October 6, 2013 at 6:50 pm #

    It’s true that girls remember things for years. I’m short under 5 ft and I never thought it was a bad thing. Until 8th grade when a boy told me I’d be pretty if I was taller. I had no idea that my height affected how “pretty” people saw me. From then on I’ve always been self conscious of my height all because of that stupid boy. Some people have no idea how much their words hurt and some people know exactly what they say hurts and don’t give a crap. It’s hard letting go of people’s harsh words but I hope you can. Feel better!

  167. duffy1958 October 6, 2013 at 7:25 pm #

    Dear Chrissy,

    Very gently…if I could. I know an abusive blogger is a stretch to abused children; but I’m an advocate, so I hope to take this opportunity to raise awareness of abused children.

    I hear & understand the righteous indignation at someone who has “used you” to bring attention to their pervy blog site. This creep obviously thinks the gross things that he talks about.

    If I could, expound on this…Just as his gross, creepy words affected you, there are children who are being abused & the words this cretin says are a reality in their life. Statistically 1-7 men are pedophiles. 1-5 men will be abused before 18 & 1-4 women will be abused before 18. Those are real statistics & they affect ALL of us. Also, keeping in mind, it is much underreported.

    Again, I understand this is a stretch; but trying to use every opportunity to raise awareness of child abuse, is my middle name. (I’m washing my car & writing comments on your blog.)

    A worthwhile effort is being put forth by @StopChildAbuse. They need support & a strong voice if you could find a way to support even if it’s just RT. Please, if you could help out, it WOULD make a difference in real people hurting real kids. THAT can be your best revenge against the step asshat.

  168. Morgan Froelich October 6, 2013 at 7:47 pm #

    WOW! This post really made me teary-eyed. There are so many mean people in his world and I’m truly disgusted that this asshole actually spent time thinking about how to write bullshit about you. I’m so glad you asserted your true feelings about this and kind of wish you put a picture up of you giving him the bird,lol. I really hope his words did not compltly phase you and I think you should know I do not believe that you are some sort of ugly gold digger. Just keep moving foreword and remember that ” haters gonna hate.”

  169. October 6, 2013 at 8:22 pm #

    Chrissy, Thanks for sharing. You reminded us we re not the only ones who are hurt by words.



  170. Molly October 6, 2013 at 8:41 pm #

    Hey Chrissy,
    Long time reader…first time commenter. The first time I became aware of you was when John was doing an Obama fundraiser back in his hometown (which is mine too) in 2008 and I was standing to the left of the stage with my mom. We glanced your way and thought that you MUST be John’s girlfriend. You were the most beautiful woman either of us had seen in person. In fact, you still are! Sidenote: I promise I don’t live under a rock, so this compliment carries more weight than it seems. Fast forward a couple years to twitter becoming popular and me finding your blog…I wanted to kick myself for not trying to talk to you! Not only did I find out that you’re hilarious–YOU CAN COOK! Hindsight is 20/20, but I thought that was worth sharing.

    I am not a model. I work in a high pressure sales position. I had cacio e pepe and a big glass of red wine for dinner. I am going to wake up in the morning, put on bare minimum makeup, and start up my day. Nobody is going to ask me to do what I do in a bathing suit. Or get my photo taken. Or have people feel like they have the right to write nasty comments about me/the way I look/the things I say/what I eat on the internet. Here’s the point I’m trying to make: your job terrifies me. I’d be willing to bet that it terrifies most women. It takes a lot of guts to do what you do and I can only imagine how sick you are of people not calling it a “real job.” You work hard and do what very few of us are able/willing to do.

    The length of this comment is a little embarrassing, but stay with me here….

    This Theodore Roosevelt quote is one of my favs and I think this really may hit home for you:

    “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat. ”

    I’ve had a pretty terrible year…like too many funerals to count terrible. When I feel at my lowest, I pull up your twitter feed or your blog and just read. It makes me laugh and feel good again. What does that guy’s blog do for people? Make them feel good? I doubt it. Just because he is louder, does not mean he is right. Please continue to “dare greatly” and put funny, positive, GOOD things out to the world. I know there are other people out there that feel the exact same way I do. Until that guy puts out a chipotle marinade that I have on hand at all times in my freezer, I will continue to not give a flying fuck. Stay strong, Chrissy!

    • Laura Christine October 7, 2013 at 7:54 am #

      I ❤ that quote and it is so true. What this idiot contributes to the world is hatred and negativity. For someone like him, who literally brings NOTHING to the table aside from hate, to make you, who is actually out there doing something real and good, feel bad about yourself is completely crazy. I'm not saying I don't understand why his comments have upset you because I 100% do understand and would feel the same exact way. It's just sad.

      And ps to the person who posted this, my grandma lives in Springfield, too! Small world 🙂

  171. amiyoon October 6, 2013 at 8:57 pm #

    Unless you’re an emotionless person, it’s commendable that you only have a billion. Even trillion insecurities. I would have crumbled and shut myself in a small box if I were to have been attacked every day like that.
    Just please know know and know again that you’re my role model. I don’t even know your bday nor your life history. I know that you’re a funny, down to earth gal with recipes I want to own and claim as my own. But – I look up to your limitless charm and that infectious laughs for days.

    So stay strong for us! And keep sharing your thoughts deep inside

  172. allie October 6, 2013 at 9:13 pm #

    hi chrissy, I saw you on Oprah. To me you seem to be a lovely person. You are VERY pretty so don’t let anyone tell you differently ! To all the people saying horrible things about you, well I say they are jealous and insecure. They have no class either. I love that you having a cooking blog and are so passionate about food and cooking. I love to cook also. I get excited thinking about recipes ! You and John are a darling pair ! smile and don’t let anyone make you feel bad. You’ve done nothing to them, therefore the problem lies in their self. LOve you

  173. kallie October 6, 2013 at 9:18 pm #

    It took me a long time to look past the reflection in the mirror and realize that my body, as insecure as I was about it, was more than just the the packaging that everyone seem to tear apart whenever I walked into a room…or so I imagined that’s what they were doing. I realized that every one to some degree is insecure, it’s human nature. We all wish we were something different and we all feel at times that we got screwed in the looks department…if only I could suck the fat out of my a$$ and put it in my t!ts, then I’d be perfect! I always compared myself to everyone else, making myself feel better if I could mentally pick apart someone else then my own insecurities didn’t feel so big. I use to look at other women and immediately look to their ring finger to see if they were married and wonder how they managed to find love when I couldn’t, I’d make a list in my head of why I deserved it more than they did. I’d secretly smile if someone gained weight because it made my own weight gain less painful. I’d pull away when someone grabbed my waist because I was more concerned about whether my waist felt fat to them than I was about embracing a friend’s hug. I finally realized that I was letting my own insecurities as well as the criticism of strangers have power over my life and it was keeping me from being able to enjoy the things that mattered most. I realized that my life and my own worth shouldn’t be based upon my jean size or what others might or might not be thinking of me. I focused on making my body healthy and appreciating how it allowed me to do so many wonderful things exactly the way it was…it allowed me to wake up every morning and enjoy another day of this incredible journey, to cuddle with husband, enjoy fabulous foods, hug my puppy dogs and experience unforgettable moments that no one can take away from me. Never give someone else power over your own’s the only chance we get at this…stick your head out the window and enjoy the ride…..and besides my husband loves my big a$$ and turtlenecks look better on me with my little t$ts 🙂

  174. Shalyn October 6, 2013 at 10:02 pm #

    Hi Chrissy,

    This post really resonated with me – as someone who has struggled with my insecurities for as long as I can remember, that constant self-talk and struggle to “get over it” and “not let it affect you” is something I am all too familiar with. It’s ironic, because I work with a nonprofit that runs workshops for girls ages 11-17, and we recently held a “F.L.Y Tour” – First Love You. For us, the purpose was to shift the conversation away from “anti-bullying” and towards self-awareness and introspection. Girls are SO incredibly mean to each other, and we wanted them to ask themselves why.

    But it’s not just girls. It’s anyone who has lost touch with themselves, lost LOVE for themselves, and therefore have lost their love for other people. If you are truly happy with yourself, you do not have that inherent urge to be mean, spiteful, and hurtful to other people. You just don’t. Everyone has their bad days, and nobody is a saint – but that incredibly rude anonymous blogger whose writing is nothing more than verbal abuse? That is the person who has no love for themselves.

    It’s NOT easy being the bigger person, or letting things go, or looking at the glass half full – especially when the negativity is uncalled for, and directed at you. But what helps me is to constantly remind myself in those moments that I’m the lucky one – I have amazing family & friends who shower me with love, and in turn puts ME in a better position to love myself and love others. And I know that you do too – you are such a genuine, intelligent, and good hearted person – and the fact that your readers & fans can sense this inherent “goodness” from your blogs alone says so much.

    So in conclusion (no idea how this turned into an essay, yikes) don’t let his hate bring you down. He’s projecting his self-loathing onto others, and it’s really sad to see someone get to that state. The fact that we are capable of being kind to and respecting others makes us the lucky ones!


  175. Alex October 6, 2013 at 10:28 pm #

    Reading that misogynist creep’s posts made me sick to my stomach. On one hand the comments upset me because they’re creepy, misguided, delusional and just unequivocally wrong – but really, they upset me because these comments are apparently totally acceptable in the society we live in.

    There is no uproar when this abusive fucktard spews venom that serves ONLY to marginalize women, reducing us as people to our physical form and then zealously judging the shit out of that form. It kills me when people write stuff like this off by saying that “everyone is entitled to their opinion.” I think his shitty posts serve as a real form of control, to get women to fall in line, to doubt ourselves and our value; I really don’t think we should use that blah expression to condone the abusive language of a sexist jerk (piece of shit creep).

    We live in a country where there is an insane and extremely active agenda to restrict and curtail women’s rights. We see women blamed and taunted online for violence committed against them. I’m not trying to equate this guy’s mean, moronic ramblings to the epic attacks women are enduring in this country (and around the world) AND I realize the internet is a place for people to judge, criticize, debate and rage, but this guy’s comments serve only to diminish and devalue women. How could they be expected to have any other effect than to make us feel small, insecure and worthless? And isn’t that sort of how society treats women in a lot of instances? So I’m very glad you posted this and know that you and many others will keep resisting and calling out misogynistic bullshit like this.

    Also, drunken stepfather? Am I alone in being concerned for any adolescents that potentially reside with this perv?

    ps. Chrissy, you said it. You are blessed with all of the things. He is the creepiest of pervs. And I hate him. Goodnight.

  176. kristenelisemckee October 6, 2013 at 10:28 pm #

    Hey it takes alot to share something so personal about yourself. I really respect that. You’re a great role model for young women like myself, partially cause your fucking hilarious. You deserve every bit of success you have including the modeling, money, John, family, everything. You obviously work so hard to maintain these relationships and your career so keep going cause you’re inspiring other women to do the same around the world daily. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  177. Amy October 6, 2013 at 10:49 pm #

    Seriously words cannot explain how much I love you now after posting this. I could go on and on, but thank you for being so honest =] There will ALWAYS be assholes in the world no matter what, but just remember that there are people who love you too, like your fans. It is totally okay to vent, we all have to now and then, and we are always here for you!

  178. carmenkitty October 6, 2013 at 11:12 pm #

    Chrissy, I haven’t been following your career from the beginning, but a couple months ago I came across your twitter/Instagram/blog and became INSTANTLY obsessed with you. I obvs know of John Legend but for some reason never really noticed who he was with (living under a rock? I know.) but when I realized you were dating HIM, I was like OMG OMG OMG he’s dating Chrissy Teigen! My most fav girl, foodie, fatty, sarcastic as fuck, witty as fuck, drunk as fuck, Thai spicy eating SOUL SISTER!!!!!

    Ok what im trying to say is, I feel like I am you. And you are me. (getting creepy but just go with it here) and we are like the billions of girls out there trying and being and living our dreams. And there are more of us than him. So THERE. Power in numbers, ASSHOLE. And at the end of his day he has to go to bed with that fucking dark shit in his puny ass brain so much that he can’t even see his dreams. So fuck you, guy. You don’t Dream, you never win. I LOVE YOU CHRISSY!!

  179. lcn1220 October 6, 2013 at 11:36 pm #

    You’re giving that guy’s opinions wayyyyy too much power. He’s writing to entertain people who would find that garbage funny, and that’s a sad little club of angry dudes who’ve got nothing else going on in their life but to hate on women. He’s an internet jerkwad who would never in a million years say what he wrote to your face. So why give cowards like him the time of day?

    Didn’t read all the comments so I’m sorry if someone’s already said this before. I can totally relate with remembering/replaying hurtful things that people said and internalizing them throughout childhood to my 20s. It wasn’t until I hit my 30s that I learned how to deal with those words, and I still struggle with it (35 now). Feel the hurt or whatever the feeling is for you fully, ask is what this person is saying is really true and is this person in any position to say these things, if not counter it rationally and then let it go. Do that every time someone else’s hateful words pops into your head. Over time, you’ll learn to automatically quash them as they pop up. Resiliency is a learned behavior.

    You’re the only celebrity I follow on twitter. Actually didn’t know who you were. Found you because Dorothy Surrenders wrote about your tweets. I got enough things going on in my life to be preoccupied with celebs. No offense to your peers. I follow you because you make me laugh, you troll nancy grace (lol), you speak your mind, you’re not selling stuff, and you’re pretty damn random and playful. You break up the monotony of politics wonkery that scrolls down my feed. I follow you because you’re a real person not some pr construct.

    Don’t think it’ll undo what that dbag wrote, but here have some love from the gay ladies:

    Be well :).

    • Natasha October 6, 2013 at 11:59 pm #

      PREACH!!! Love it!

  180. Andrea L October 6, 2013 at 11:52 pm #


  181. Norman Wilks October 7, 2013 at 12:29 am #

    I understand why you did it and I’m sure it made you feel a little better but you played into his hand. Now he knows he got to you. He’s probably some pathetic little worm who is jealous of your life.

  182. Kellie October 7, 2013 at 12:34 am #

    Growing up hearing “Sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you.” truly is some bullshit, huh? It is astonishing what words can do. When I was in 9th grade, this guy told me that I have the most obnoxious laugh he has ever heard in his life. 10 years later I STILL think about that when I laugh particularly loudly or oddly at something. It doesn’t have the same impact that it had on little 14-year-old me, but I will NEVER forget it. While it isn’t something as damaging as what has been said about you (though trust that I have had my share of verbal wounds that were much more hurtful than laugh criticism), it is something that will always steal some fraction of joy from whatever moment I am in where it crosses my mind… and I hate that. If something as minor as that can have such lasting repercussions on a person, how detrimental are harsher words that strike a person’s character, and soul, and even physical being? There is nothing more I regret in life than some of the words that I have spoken to or written about people, so it is mind blowing to me that there are individuals who make it their mission to be hurtful to others. What happened to make them the way that they are? Are they genuinely evil or are they paying hatred forward? Who knows…

    I get that this is probably sort of twisted but… damn if those really sucky moments and sucky people don’t sometimes ultimately make you appreciate what good there is though. For every hate monger, there is someone who adores you. After every bad word, malicious deed and hurtful act… the “I love you”-s, selfless acts of charity, and even SIMPLE basic gestures of respect just seem a little sweeter. They warm your heart a little more because they’re maybe now not just niceties that we have taken for granted, but little lights that pulled us out of the darkness. I feel extremely naive in all of that, but I feel like I have to be that way to maintain some sanity.

    I know you aren’t looking for compliments, which is really hard to leave out… SINCEYOUAREBEAUTIFULANDAWESOMEANDHILARIOUS *cough*.

    So with that said, I hope that from all the comments you have received… you, at minimum, gather that you’re alone and that you are loved.

  183. eiffelforyou October 7, 2013 at 12:59 am #

    I truly think you are wonderful and I haven’t even met you! This blogger you talk about is trying to get under your skin and that’s the goal. He knows where it hurts… How? ‘Cause he has insecurities too. We are all human and thank goodness most of us don’t find happiness by trying to hurt others. You’re my favorite personality and I hope you never stop talking/tweeting/blogging because you make me smile and remind people that we are all human. 🙂

  184. Pello October 7, 2013 at 4:40 am #

    It’s 9:56 AM in South Africa( yes you’ve got a fan there too both u & your hubby ;-).

    People like this Dude are everywhere and you cant spend your life figuring them out, they’re just sick bully twisted people who bring out the best in us…yes “the best” why?!! Let me tell you about my story (i’ll do my best to make it short)

    When i was in school, there was this group of girls who hated me, why? i had dreadlocks, i sat alone in class,i was tomboy-iesh,i be-friended boys more than girls, the list is endless….atleast that’s what “I” told myself. Unbeknownst to me that was not even close to the why?(which i found out two years). They threw staff @ me,they wrote staff about me,said staff about me for no reason but one day slowly but surely they started befriending me one by one and then soon they became nice to me and they stopped being nasty. They started emailing me nice words,sat next to me in class but not even once did ask them why?? why all this NOW? WHY BEING NICE TO ME NOW? WHY HATING ME THEN? and i think that bothered them coz out of the BLUE one of them started crying profusely and said ” i had you all wrong and i’m sorry” and then all other ” i’m sorries followed”. They couldn’t give me one valid reason why they dissed me and that didn’t bother me a coz their tears validated me more than one stupid reason!!

    My point is Chrissy dear, this dude probably hates you because he fancied you and is mad now that u’re married to John or that you’re such a Food Genius…Yes u are, don’t be so modest and take the damn credit etc. The truth is you’ll never know why(because he’s gone to far and it’ll be an embarassment if he were to put his tale between his legs and confess). A lesson to you THOUGH, is they’ll always be people like him(even more sickening) and you can’t help that. What you do about it…BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN YOU! You’re beautiful and you’re perfect to the people that know you and love you. Sooo?!! Keep doing what you’re doing,it’s working….KARMA KNOWS IT ADRESS!!!!

  185. Rebecca October 7, 2013 at 5:15 am #

    LOL I see “please don’t even comment…” And then I see “116 replies”.

    I found this recipe hard to follow. 😉

    And, I simply do not read those blogs. Not even a little, not even just for fun.

  186. Vickii October 7, 2013 at 5:18 am #

    I feel sad that this happened to you and that it gets to you 😦 But like you said, we all have days where the stuff we know we’re above still manage to bring us down.
    I know it’s what you said you DON’T want to hear but I love that quote (Eleanor Roosevelt maybe? Oh wait, apparently it’s both Deepak Chopra AND Paolo Coehlo – thanks Google) “What other people think of you is none of your business”. Don’t let him do this to you.

    Seriously though, anyone writing such horrible, mean things about other people which aren’t even based on anything real (not that that would be excusable) isn’t the sort of person whose opinion should matter to anyone and it’s sad that it does! If Oprah or the Dalai Lama had something negative to say about you; I’d suggest you maybe take it on board ;p But this guy? Nope!

    Stop looking at his site! If he writes about you and you never read it, does the post matter?

    You just keep doing you – you’re pretty great as you are. But it’s up to you to believe it.

  187. Lelis Fernandez October 7, 2013 at 5:29 am #

    So well said,,, hope you have a blessed day 🙂

    Sent from my iPhone


  188. Caterina October 7, 2013 at 6:32 am #

    I rarely respond on blogs, because well really I think it’s weird. lol. Like this person does not know me, why would they care. It’s creepy right? But then again maybe not. After reading this post in my email I felt like even if you never read of the comments on it, it’s worth it to write. I don’t know who that little man is that wrote such HORRIBLE and I DO MEAN HORRIBLE, untrue things but there is a place for people like that. Those words would cut anyone, and despite being strong and being in the media limelight, NO ONE would get used to stuff like that. What a first class loser. I am sorry you had to experience it because you (or anyone for that matter) did not deserve it. Can I just say midday when I am work and want to literally poke a pen through my eye because I am miserable, or stressed about school I scroll through IG and see something absolutely HILARIOUS from you and it just cracks me up and I love it! You have this warm wonderful sense about you that makes you just wonderful. No, we don’t have to like everybody on the planet, but we also don’t have to hate. This guy was not talking about you – he was being hurtful for some other reason, obviously unhappy with this own life, as he should be. wow. Still stunned at those words. You are this gorgeous girl ( use girl because me, being of the over 30 crowd, I enjoy hearing “girl” instead of woman lol) you’re smart, have talents galore and a man who loves you. From someone who just found that last part, wow, doesn’t it just make life? 🙂 Enjoy that, enjoy him, your family, life and posting amazingly witty things because out 22950444 people, he is 1. Will there be more? Maybe, but let’s face it they really only hate themselves. Sending hugs and warm wishes on this uhh Monday morning. 🙂 Thanks for making me smile.

  189. Caterina October 7, 2013 at 6:34 am #

    ANNND I know you said no comments, but isn’t that what we do? We lift people up when the are feeling down and put some truth in the cough syrup, make them feel a little better! xox

  190. jayajade October 7, 2013 at 7:26 am #

    I just love that there isn’t a link to the stupid ‘article’ on here….. luv ya!

  191. Natasha WOng October 7, 2013 at 9:13 am #

    Someone that spends this much time following women only to criticize them and bring them down obviously has an obsession with the person they are constantly writing about. Don’t feel insecure about the things he writes, in an odd way, him taking the time to observe you and write about you speaks volumes about him, not you. And it eludes to the fact that he may be obsessed with you. Anyway, I do enjoy reading your posts, they are very real and strips away the Hollywood glamour that so many people desire to have. I think it is important for people to know that there are two sides to this industry. The money, fame and perks are wonderful, but it can strip aay at your self esteem as well. It is important to stay grounded and focused which is why having good friends and family is so important. Congrats to you and John, I follow you both on twitter and instagram and you seem like a lovely couple. May your marriage be blessed tremendously.

  192. Zehra October 7, 2013 at 9:18 am #

    i never usually leave comments but i do always read your blogs. you are witty and have great foodie postings (the reason that I follow your blog). Please don’t lose confidence from this because the world will be a poorer place. I wish you continued success and happiness in both your professional and private life.
    Zehra, London. UK

  193. Mawla October 7, 2013 at 10:01 am #

    What he wrote is so vile and misogynistic that it is horrible for any woman to read so thank you for standing up to him.

    It’s also hilarious that he ties himself in so many knots trying to claim that you are unattractive. It’s almost as if he is protesting too much…

  194. Lauren October 7, 2013 at 10:31 am #

    You are funny, smart, beautiful (inside and out), and FIERCE! That blogger is a toxic, hate-filled, misogynistic dirtbag.

    I hope he gets a billion parking tickets too.

  195. Styleali October 7, 2013 at 10:33 am #

    The only thing I can think of is FUCK HIM. I know it’s hard. But you are loved and understood. He probably isnt. His problem not yours. Love u…feel better

  196. The Sane Stepmom October 7, 2013 at 10:33 am #

    Holy doosh, What horrible angry little man…lol. You kick ass and know it, and are one of the most inspiring women i “know”. Love reading your blog, learning recipes, and watching you enjoy life. You are a hard worker – so that you can play hard, and i love it. You get more bees with honey right? Too bad he’s at home with en empty hive….

  197. thedancingrunner October 7, 2013 at 11:09 am #

    People just talk shit for the sake of having something to say. Don’t even sweat it mama. I very much enjoy your blog! Keep doing what you are doing…

  198. Whitney October 7, 2013 at 11:28 am #

    This person is definately not inherently good. It is not ok to hurt someone the way he hurt you, he took it way too far.This guy is a miserable human being to take the time to verbally abuse someone he knows nothing about…I’m sorry he hurt you! Honestly, being a fan of John I really was envious of you at first, but I feel like I got to know you a bit through insta and this website and I absolutely adore you! You are inspiring to all girls out there because although to us you are beautiful, you aren’t afraid to show us you’re human and that like all of us you have insecurities and vulnerabilities. You are also super funny and you’re taste in food and fashion rocks. I wish I could tell you to ignore this douche but his words even hurt me and they weren’t directed at me 😦 so instead I say, continue being you because you inspire me and many other average joes out there to be our own authentic selves!


  199. Yamili Saucedo October 7, 2013 at 11:28 am #

    Ok…”no compliments” as you requested, but yes..he is disgusting. End Of Story. Not Ok for him to have written what he has written.. xx

  200. PW October 7, 2013 at 11:44 am #

    You’re beautiful Chrissy. Haters gonna hate.

  201. Rebecca Evans Lee October 7, 2013 at 12:03 pm #

    Oh why not one more…

    One of my favorite phrases is something like, don’t try to win over the haters, you are NOT the jackass whisperer.

    I spent years whispering to jackasses. Whew!

    More important- I found you on twitter because Francis Lam wrote that you ARE what twitter is about, and I agree.

    I FOLLOW YOU and read your blog BECAUSE you are an accessible and engaging writer, and you are funny. 🙂

    I also follow you because I have a 4 yr old daughter and you make me think about what she may be like one day. She is a beautiful Asian-American, feisty, whip smart, strong willed and sensitive.
    What you share about you and your mom gives me great comfort and hope that we will be close when she is all grown up and conquering her world.

    Thank you!

  202. Arnie D. October 7, 2013 at 12:25 pm #

    This guy’s sole purpose in life is to get a rise out of famous people. It gives him immense satisfaction to touch the so-called untouchables, even if it means sinking to the lowest level of degradation. Is there any way you can be convinced to just never ever ever read his, and other bloggers’, vitriol? Self-preservation, dude. Your success and rising popularity speak for themselves, so of course you become a bigger and juicier target for this garbage.

  203. Jessica Ly October 7, 2013 at 12:34 pm #

    The honesty of this post just made me fall in love with you 100x than I already am. There are evil, evil people in this world and I never ever understood the logic of one person being malicious to another…like why would a human being go out of their way to inflict pain on another? But then I realised, the only way some people feel relevant is to tread on others, bring others down, be negative…and it’s scary that people like this exist. All you can do is keep on being YOU, wholly and truly in all your perfect imperfections. You are beautiful, witty, funny, REAL, please don’t ever let malicious minds prevent you from being unapologetically YOU, EVER.

    Sending all the love ❤

  204. RoxAlex October 7, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

    You are a good girl. Don’t let this moron get to you, that gives him power. Just know that this hater has a dick that is no bigger than his thumb…. he has got to get his frustration out somehow.

  205. Joan October 7, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    Well, WE all love you here. That blogger is just a stupid asshole who tries to feel better about himself by putting others down.

  206. Stephanie October 7, 2013 at 1:28 pm #

    Jesus Christ you are one of the best things about Twitter. Please don’t ever leave us. This man has garbage for brains.

  207. Shauna October 7, 2013 at 2:10 pm #

    People think they can say whatever they want when they’re hiding behind the internet. When in reality he would never have the balls to say those things out loud. He is someone who is trying to matter, but he never will. You’re great Chrissy!

  208. Dee guzman October 7, 2013 at 3:36 pm #

    You are more beautiful than you know!! You inspire me to such an extent that I can’t even put into words. You have this unique strength and amazing vibe about you that is amazing! Your blog is so stinking great! I read and re read your post all the time. Literally went through all the way to your very first one! Don’t let someone so negative and full of hate ruin that inner greatness that is you. Such a huge fan of you solely. Just you as a person and everything you represent from your amazing skills with cooking to your unique beauty that gives girls like me joy that beauty isn’t blond with blue eyes but with olive skin and dark hair! Ah! Just keep your head up! Don’t let them get the best of you. Make tomorrow better than today! 🙂

  209. Blondie, Esq. October 7, 2013 at 5:38 pm #

    Wow, I have no words. What a completely vile human being. This kind of stuff would be soul crushing for me–just so cruel I cannot even fathom… I’m so glad you have John and others to remind you that it’s not you!!! xoxoxo.

  210. sideah October 7, 2013 at 7:53 pm #

    This guy is pretty delusional. The things he is saying are so off base that I suspect he may be suffering from a mental illness. It’s clear to see that you and John love each other very much, and that you are both equally lucky to have found such a great match.

    The funny thing about negativity is that it can feed and jump from one person to another. He is transferring something to you: pain. All the hate and negativity and pain that he is feeling he is simply sending to you. He doesn’t know you anything about you Chrissy. He’s never met you. He’s just one hurt and lonely human connecting with other people through pain. And guess what happens now? By responding and posting what he is written, it’s a way for the cycle of pain to continue.

    I don’t think he even knows what he is doing.. he is just going by how he feels, which much be a very sad state.

    Everyone is self conscious. Everyone worries about their age, their future, money, what people think etc etc. We’re all in this together. What most people can’t relate to is feeling so disconnected from the world that their lives become a constant flux of negativity.. which is how he must feel.

    “Give up defining yourself – to yourself or to others. You won’t die. You will come to life. And don’t be concerned with how others define you. When they define you, they are limiting themselves, so it’s their problem.”

    • Natasha October 7, 2013 at 8:47 pm #

      Wow! So well said! I love love love what you wrote!

  211. Sky October 7, 2013 at 9:01 pm #

    Chrissy, I’ve always liked you, but this makes me like you even more.

  212. D'Arcy October 7, 2013 at 10:48 pm #

    Ugh, that made me sick. Okay, I know we feel like we know you because of how amazingly accessible you make yourself on Twitter and in your wonderful blog posts. My favorite thing about you is how honest you are, not to mention hilarious. I honestly don’t understand why someone would have cause to dislike you (okay, maybe Nancy Grace, et al). My point is, I know we can’t know everything about your true self, but from what we see I think you are AWESOME. I can never decide if I want to BE you or go gay and be WITH you. I firmly believe there is a special place in Hell for those bile-spewing asshats. Love you & John!

  213. simplytabulous October 7, 2013 at 11:29 pm #

    Chrissy! Legend? Stephens? Congratulations first of all!

    And second of all, I doubt I will be saying anything different from other commenters, but (perhaps they weren’t drinking a glass of wine while posting!)

    I appreciate your post – it was so honest. Venting is great for getting it out & we all need to do that. (so I hope you feel better!) I know this isn’t earth shattering news but there are going to be many times we doubt what we say & what we don’t say. Second guess what we do or don’t do, but that’s life & how we grow. The world & the people in it are constantly changing. We adapt to survive & sometimes just to cope. But that does not make us immune & I hope we never are.

    You are hilarious, unique & beautiful! (sorry that’s 3 compliments or truths) but yeh… Our views & interests are very different, but that doesn’t stop me and probably 1 million other people from enjoying YOU!

    Said “blogger” is hateful. The writing is sub-par & the “digs” at you aren’t even creative. Womp …womp. I’m not even going to look any of it up so as not to add to his page hits, but if it’s as you say & he mainly attempts to degrade talented women … seems to me that he is very unhappy with his own lot in life. His claims of your craving attention are funny because attention is exactly what he needs to keep his little blog going. Hmmm.. pot? kettle?

    Technology IMO is a blessing & a curse. Folks are hiding behind computers, caught up in “fake lives” forgetting who they are. Meanwhile their overall social skills are getting worse, they spend more time online & have less friends. Hah! Losers.

    In summation, keep being you & being honest! Your feelings are completely justified!
    Thank you for sharing.

  214. Georgia October 8, 2013 at 4:44 am #

    I’m a little late on this but I just wanted to say thank you for opening up like that and starting this amazing, enlightening conversation. Some of these comments will stick with me for a very long time, and I hope continually remind me that it’s acting good that makes you good.

  215. Tracey October 8, 2013 at 5:55 am #

    I just read this and thought you might like it as well, even though you don’t want to ignore the trolls:

  216. Erica October 8, 2013 at 6:20 am #

    I do the local news in Austin, and the comments people send us are ridiculous and can be so brutal. You get it on a whole different level, but I bet those people would NEVER say it to your face. It’s just easy to do so online. You are gorgeous. Period.

  217. Fran Cury October 8, 2013 at 7:20 am #

    Just cried a little at the verbal abuse you suffered from that totally awful coward blogger. Words do hurt. Crying a little is okay. It helps to acknowledge your feelings then let the hurt go in order to move forward past the temporary sting of unwarranted negativity, etc. Life is too short to dwell on such negativity. Stay as wonderful and talented as you are and yes please move far beyond that idiot’s words never to look back at such garbage. You have far too much love and talent in you to ever stay vulnerable to his verbal attacks or others’ attacks. Live with lots of love and positive energy all around you, you deserve a wonderful, happy life free of crazy comments from crazy people, etc. Wishing you and your new husband lots of love and continued success.

  218. Vince October 8, 2013 at 8:38 am #

    First, when I read such mean-spirited comments from a blogger, a few things come to mind: He’s just an insecure, attention-seeking bully and a coward lurking behind a keyboard. The real problem is his employer–hiring this trash to perpetuate this kind of douchery online behavior. It shows the desperate lengths they will go to generate online traffic.

    Focus on your friends and family, continue to find cool foods to cook up, and tell us in your funny style how its done :).

  219. lexie October 8, 2013 at 9:50 am #

    Chrissy you are amazing, smart, hilarious, and genuine. This guy is quite simply a dick. Hes probably an ex-college lax bro who never made it off the bench, is still mad that the prom queen dumped him, and that his balls havent dropped yet. Dont let that guy in your space.

  220. Sarah October 8, 2013 at 11:43 am #

    I’m not normally one to comment on blogs, but this is a little different-I’m really outraged to hear that guys comments. Lately, I’ve seen so many negative people blindly making personal attacks and hurtful comments about others, and it just needs to stop. It’s not just kids that face cyber bullying- it’s adults too, and it’s particularly bad toward people in the spotlight. You don’t deserve this. No one does. You’re a strong, intelligent, beautiful person inside and out. You have a great sense of humor and people should either laugh with you or silently disagree, but to post hurtful comments like that is just wrong.

    Physical beauty is in the eye of the beholder- it’s not for any of us to make fun of how someone looks (You are beautiful, remember that! Both physically and as a human). People who do this obviously have their own demons and insecurities and it gives them a boost to put other people down for things that bother them about themselves. As a woman and a bit of a feminist, I think people like that should be placed in a room where a group of people can line up and shout all of the mean comments they made back at them until they feel as dejected as they made someone else feel.

    I’m glad to see how many other people are disgusted by that guy and want to make sure you know you have support, even if it’s from a bunch of random people you don’t know. I am also glad that you posted your reaction to this. it’s good for people to see how blind comments truly cut others, and I hope that between your post and all of the outpouring of support, that this jerk apologizes to you and learns to think twice about what he says. Please keep your head up and remember that you have so many people who think you’re amazing! And most importantly, feel that within yourself.

  221. October 8, 2013 at 11:52 am #

    Morning Sunshine,

    I had to come back and leave another comment, this post has been stuck with me since I originally read it. It’s heartbreaking and humbling at the same time to know that someone as gorgeous as you with so much going for you can be so affected by someone so irrelevant. You’re human as so many people have mentioned but why is that so strange to people, of course you’re human why does it need to be pointed out, why would you not be affected by such cruelty, just because you are famous doesn’t change the fact that you hurt just like I hurt, you bleed just like I bleed, you are REAL in a world of fake. And to give this guy the benefit of the doubt I’m going to assume he is FAKE and thus the reason he doesn’t consider anyones feelings but his own.
    On a side note, I was just wondering how many times have you actually listened to John’s new album because every time I listen to it all I hear is the depth of love that man has for you. John is an amazing man, I’ve been a fan of his for many many years and I trust that a man with a heart like his and a love of people has got to know what he’s doing when he choses a wife, HE CHOSE YOU!!! You are the envy of many women and men I’m sure. (possibly this douche and thus the rude comments, jealous little bitch). Anywho yes please make babies, they will be beautiful, real and well rounded, multicultural little John and Chrissy’s…Not digging for nothing cause when a man loves his woman as much as John loves you there’s no digging needed , he’d give you the world, beside I’m sure you’ll spring right back to your pre-baby bod and be out there walking the catwalk;) Well wishes my love, hope you have an amazing day!!!


  222. Jen October 8, 2013 at 1:05 pm #

    Thanks for sharing. I think you are one of the wittiest, smartest, funniest people EVER! Really charming, too.

    Sucks you have to deal with so many old men with issues and crazy bitches.

  223. allie October 8, 2013 at 2:34 pm #

    I love you, you inspire me and your outspoken web presence inspires me to continue to be a strong, witty woman every day. Dont shy away from being outspoken and being who you are based on one horrible person. Forgive them and release them, because by holding onto it just affects you, which is exactly what this person wants, to get any attention at all, stopping at no ends and stooping to such a low point. You inspire and give hope to more women with your presence than you would if you just shrunk away. Try not tohold fear in your heart and know that you are more real than 100% of the ass holes in the world.

  224. Libby October 8, 2013 at 2:50 pm #


    Your post made me tear up. I applaud you and am only a bigger fan of your humanity because you stood up to this blogger. No they shouldn’t just be able to talk shit and get paid to do that. When you wrote about the complexes you had taken over the years I thought to myself “Chrissy, your beautiful” created in God’s image and for that reason alone you could never be imperfect. God made you just the way you are, and that is beauty. That blogger must not be comfortable in they’re own skin and feel the need to talk about others because it is a direct reflection of how they feel about themselves. I have been talked about, talked down to and standing up for yourself when it’s right, feels good.
    Thank you for doing that and showing strength and humbleness.

  225. Emily October 8, 2013 at 5:30 pm #

    I can only imagine how it must affect you. Unfortunately, when you have such a public persona you become an immediate target. Try to steer yourself clear from reading the negative stuff. Your family and friends are there to keep you grounded and always remember that life is too short to let toxic people get to you. That guy is disturbed to say the least.

  226. Rebecca October 8, 2013 at 6:48 pm #

    Want me to slash their tires?! Cause I’ll do it!

  227. Courtney October 8, 2013 at 7:56 pm #

    I never comment on blogs, but your post made me want to cry a little. You’re semi-right, there are cruel hateful people in this world. And the unfortunate thing is that people are drawn to that drama, so those people receive a lot of attention. But I’ve realized, in everyday life, at the end of the day, there is way more good than bad, way more beauty than ugliness, and way more happy days than sad ones. Do not let that idiot affect you! You are so so brave for sharing this!

  228. Kristi October 8, 2013 at 9:07 pm #

    I spent much of my youth trying to squint because someone told me in fourth grade I had “big bug eyes.” I caked on makeup for years when a few people commented on my red face. I won’t even get into the subtle weight comments that led to, and continue to lead to, roller coaster eating habits. I do not consider myself to be insecure, but like everyone else I have moments of insecurity. As women it is so easy to get lost in these dark places for hours and days and years on end. I cannot imagine what it is like to live in them publicly like you do. But, to me, you are incredibly strong. It may be odd that at 24 I consider you a role model since you’re only a few years my senior, but you are unknowingly inspiring. From your unmatchable wit to your vulnerable honesty, your voice is one that women need to hear more of. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for writing this post.

  229. carrie October 8, 2013 at 10:01 pm #

    Chrissy, you are fierce and this guy has a tiny dick. Also- Thanks for being real about your insecurities. Nice to be reminded as women we aren’t alone.

  230. Cindy C October 8, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    People who spend their time being vile on the Internet never had one of the greatest love songs written for them. The way he sings to your “smart mouth” and “beautiful mind” reminds me of George Harrison’s Something, my favorite song. You have everything you need and more. Best of luck to you.

  231. lb October 9, 2013 at 12:01 am #

    “AND THIS IS NOT MEANT FOR COMPLIMENTS. Actually, don’t even leave comments. I just needed to vent.”

    You didn’t want people to leave comments, yet you commented on said unsolicited comments. Girl, please… \_
    I am not into cyber bullying, nor am I behind people deconstructing others under the veil of anonymity…but please, I beg, can you please just post a recipe? I’m not trying to be insensitive, but…really? Just, really? Good luck and whatnot.

    –Elle Double B

    • Natasha October 9, 2013 at 12:10 am #

      Hee hee!!

  232. awwhitford October 9, 2013 at 12:31 am #

    I’m going to John’s concert in Durham, NC Oct. 31. Please let me take you two to dinner!

    ps. I’m not a murderer.

  233. geniaandherlot October 9, 2013 at 5:46 am #

    Reblogged this on Genia and her Lot.

  234. brittney October 9, 2013 at 4:13 pm #

    I like to think of myself as a tough and confident woman, but if I read things like that about myself time after time after time, it would be hard to not want to just sob- or throw up. It’s flat out wrong. How are people allowed to say such horrible things? We can’t cut someone with a knife once and be arrested for it, but we can over and over wound someone maliciously with our words to no consequence? I am so sorry. I hurt for anyone who has to live through this part of the media. It’s simply wrong. But… can we talk about how amazing you looked in the “all of me” video!? Perfection!!!!!

  235. April Davis October 9, 2013 at 7:36 pm #

    I’m not going to lie. The only reason I clicked on this blog is because I noticed you & your husband got married the same day I married my best friend. Plus I love his music and was curious about the amazing person he was making all the wonderful music for/ about. Specifically Good Morning (I’m in love with that song and am excited that I can say good morning to my love & bestie). Anywho. For anyone to call you fat is obviously insane so right then I knew this guy was crazy. But to read the rest of his comments truly hurt & he wasn’t even talking about me?! I have no idea who you are or what you do but no one deserves that!! I’m so sick of cyber bullies. Even though you’re beautiful doesn’t mean you’re immune to hurtful words like you said you aren’t a robot. So for some low life to come out of no where admit he’s a perve (though not in so many words) and continue to berate you is sick. I’m so sad that you and others have to put up with this type of craziness just because some idiot wants to abuse their right to free speech. I hope he understands that what he says hurts feelings and changes his ways but he most likely won’t so good for you for not mentioning his name at all in this article. I say lets keep the crazies out of mind & sight so they don’t get attention for their toxic ways. Good for you!! And keep killing him by ignoring him & living well 🙂 Also CONGRATS!!!! 9/14/13 was a great day to get married!

  236. Andrea October 10, 2013 at 12:13 am #

    I’m a little late to the party but…. Seriously, this guy can go shit in a hat. As someone who remembers you from what seems like a million years ago, I know you are a very genuine, curious, inquisitive and honest person. It’s so strange that we pass judgement on people without really knowing them. And I question, why do we do this? I’ve come to the conclusion that people make quick judgements and leave their minds just as quickly. Yet, we forget that words linger and hang out in our heads for awhile. And they do hurt.

    I just got out of a nearly year long relationship with someone who was going through life’s struggles and transitions. At the end he basically said, “I’ve been going through a lot in the last year. I just think the feelings aren’t really there (or ever were).” I was dumbfounded and felt stupid. We obviously ended it and I was left really confused for a couple days. But I knew I was an awesome person and I was going to continue to be me without him. I couldn’t allow myself to be defined by this person no matter how he wronged me. I have no doubt that you will continue to be the genuine, curious, honest woman that you always have been. So both of them can shit in hats. We live on.

  237. tryingtostudy_itsnotworkingout October 10, 2013 at 1:39 am #

    yea that guys is just really gross. ew. don’t touch it. sounds like he really hates women.

    but hey, i like your blog. this place stands out to me on the internet because of your words and your wit (maybe the food pictures help). your humor and weird ramblings resonants within some cavern inside myself, and it makes me want to read more. yes. sodelushious.

    your blog is charming, and doesn’t get updated often enough. it’s encouraging reading a blog where someone is trying to better themselves, or discover themselves, and in your case, it’s cooking.

    so keep cookin, keep being funny on the internet, but dont follow celeb blogs. if you read enough of anything, you start thinking like them, about yourself and about people around you, even if you don’t mean to.

    fill your head with good stuff. good blogs. good books. good food.

    stay postive, internet friend 😀

  238. Donna October 10, 2013 at 8:27 am #

    From the Village: You are a powerful attractor! Focus on appreciating that which is pleasing in your life and more pleasing experiences will come to you. You are a beautiful person! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Honor your self and the divine creator by recognizing and appreciating your own self worth. You are surrounded by well-being! Allow the goodness to flow through you by forgiving those who hurt you. Forgiveness is a healing you give to your self. And when you are ready to heal, listen to these words of wisdom and love…

    There is much love for you here, Auntie D

  239. Macy October 10, 2013 at 11:16 am #

    Dude. You’re the only reason I love cooking and Twitter. I am seriously proud to put a dish together because you gave me confidence through this blog. And no one has complained that I bring chipotle chicken and/or apple dumplings to every gathering.

  240. Laura H October 10, 2013 at 2:29 pm #

    While there is no denying there will always be negative people the double standard applies, good people roam among us as well. I genuinely believe everyone is good, even after being hurt so many times by ones close its hard to hold hatred toward them. I’ve seen their good and bad times and I feel it’s what they’ve been through that gives them that hard shell you see on the Internet. I don’t blame people for the opportunity to express their anger via anonymously, we all have issues that need venting. However it is how you took it that makes me believe you feel the same, while you vented you still reframed from posting anything that can make any follower go on their site and talk hate because I what they wrote to you. It shows a lot about your person, while you are hurt by those words )I’m sure anyone would be) you kept it private meaning that even though they hurt you you didn’t retaliate. We need more happy people online, and this blog you have while you curse and mention your mood still uplifts people’s hearts. I think this because of your wedding picture, anyone waiting that long for a proposal and wedding would have left. I especially enjoye that mention of lookin over to see the ring on his hand, it really impacted me because I feel like many people take that for granted and don’t take marriage seriously anymore, celebrities mention being in love with their partner but you show it through the cracks you make, the pictures that are not professionally taken and it is something I look forward to my life with my bf. obviously the sour moments are never posted but they’re there, but with reading your blogs and looking at your pictures, listening to your interviews show that you are an exceptional woman that would rather go balls out on an argument to get fixed then to let it go. I’m sure everything I have just said does nothing to help the hurt you’ve encountered with this man but I hope it gives you hope as to not let it deteriorate you as a human being and woman. Don’t stop tweeting, don’t stop posting pics (I have a dog myself, and O-M-G I treat him the same way, he’s my silly baby, my son) and don’t stop with your jokes and opinions, that’s why you have followers, people like you, others love you 🙂 be you and don’t stop with posting, you really do brighten up people’s moods with your quirks.

  241. Kimberlovesace October 10, 2013 at 3:41 pm #

    chrissy – i have followed your blog for a long time because you are hilarious, beautiful (inside and out) and unapologetically you! thanks for sharing.. i am an insecure, self-doubting woman myself and it makes me feel a little better knowing that no matter where we are from or what we do, we all feel the same way inside every now and then. sending love from bismarck, north dakota.

  242. karin October 10, 2013 at 7:39 pm #

    more pics of you shoving ramen in your mouth, or attempting to make your own bacon, or throwing down in your kitchen. right this minute. because it’s funny, you are sick pretty, and we want more!
    that guy is yucky. i’m sorry it hurt your feelings.

  243. Don October 11, 2013 at 5:14 pm #

    Your problem with his commentary is that it hit a little too close to home. You know that he’s right and it makes you feel like the fake that you are. Just admit it to yourself. You aren’t special. You sell yourself for money. Even your self absorbed diatribe above shows how out of touch with reality you are. You live in an egocentric fantasyland where you are the queen.

    • Casey October 11, 2013 at 8:00 pm #

      You’re such an evil troll.

      • Don October 12, 2013 at 1:05 am #

        I don’t get it. Why am I a troll? Because you don’t like what i have to say?

    • Kate October 25, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

      Casey is right…you’re an evil troll with nothing more to do with your pathetic life than bash people. Get a life, Don Juan.

    • Tallaney April 15, 2014 at 2:22 am #

      How do you know Chrissy’s fake?

  244. Jason Williams October 11, 2013 at 7:31 pm #

    Chrissy, I’m going to assume you aren’t going to read this but I hope you do and take it to heart because I’m going to be completely honest. I’m familiar with the website, because like most men I like looking at beautiful women and that’s what he posts. I basically ignore his commentary because I know what I’m going to get, extremes one way or the other. He does it for shock value and page views. He understands, and rightfully so, that there are a million websites just like his and his only hope of getting attention is to be controversial. My guess is he doesn’t actually believe most of the things he writes and if he does it’s merely an amplification of his views. I know it’s hard not to take it personal, especially since your main job is your looks and “selling” yourself (and I don’t mean that disrespectfully).

    You are a beautiful woman but you also have an exotic look. You’re never going to be the blond haired, blue eyed girl that society tries to prop up as the pinnacle of beauty. The good thing about that is you are going to stand out more but you are also going to have more than your share of haters. Take it as a compliment that you don’t fade into the background. You should know that, being a model, but I’m sure its nice being reminded every once in a while how unique you are. What I’m sure isn’t so nice is realizing that as many people celebrate your uniqueness, there’s an equal number that’s turned off by it. I for one think you are beautiful in every way and John is a lucky man.

    • Rebecca October 11, 2013 at 10:56 pm #

      I think Jason is on to something – shock value & trying to stand out among other bloggers.
      I still think the blogger crosses the line and I would alert someone in authority to watch for escalating behavior.
      But, for the sake of everyone, I hope Jason is right and the blogger is just guilty of his own gold digging. (BAM!)

      • Julieann October 12, 2013 at 12:16 am #

        It took YOU, a woman of confidence with a little something called integrity not to blast this obviously self loathing boy who can only feel good about himself when he demeans others. Keep being you.

  245. kloevold October 12, 2013 at 6:58 am #

    Thank you for adressing two important topics.
    Firstly, the disgusting culture of haters hiding behind a pseudonyme online letting their poison leak into the world. This does not only affect celebrities, but kids and grown-ups all over the place. They are lame-ass cowards thinking trolling will give them confidence. We all know it will not. End of story.

    Secondly, thanks for being real. We have enough people posting staged snapshots and stories from their picture perfect lives. What you share about your feelings and insecurities; you are completely right when you say “as we all do”. That’s the key point to your success and likability. We get it, we get you and we love the company of such a fun, sweet, down to earth girl.

    Take care and have a lovely Saturday. As you know, trolls explode and vanish if exposed to sunlight, so keep shining!

  246. Ashley Faith October 12, 2013 at 7:16 am #

    dang….#haters be harsh, #whatev, #movingon #brushurshoulderoff #keeptruckin

  247. Melissa October 14, 2013 at 11:44 pm #

    This made me think of the saying “Sticks and Stones may break my bones but words will hurt forever”. People can be so awful, I’ve read your blog for a while now and really enjoy it. I love that your beautiful but you also have a personality. When a Jackass like that writes nasty things about people it’s to make himself feel better or just to get reactions out of the readers. Don’t let it get you down, your fabulous;)

  248. beckscostello October 16, 2013 at 4:58 am #

    You said not to compliment, so I’m just gonna come out and say this Chrissy… You inspire me.

  249. Amanda M. October 16, 2013 at 2:58 pm #

    I couldn’t help but get extremely emotional while reading this…
    Your courage to voice your final-straw moment and to express your vulnerability and humbleness really awed me because it shows that, as women, we all share the same fears and insecurities. We are all the same. Now I am inspired to speak up about this and openly vent with both my disgust and the absolute heartbreak I experienced/still go through each and every day, so thank you.

    I was also torn apart- from my feet to the very last hair on my “not blonde enough” head and it was done on this disgusting, horrifically objectifying blog (just to disclose right away- I’m 100% sure it is the exact one you are speaking of but I’ll spare naming it because, lets be honest, we all know/have heard of this asswipes blog). I am just a normal girl..a halfway-decent college student who hates her retail job and loves her boyfriend and is so flawed and has no idea what the fuck she wants to do for the rest of her life (terrifying to think about)…I found the whole thing slightly humorous in the beginning (before I had to read firsthand about my lack of “plus two’s” and my not-attractive-enough to even live in the state of CA) because some random dude sent my picture in with a name that wasn’t mine, saying I lived in a state I’ve never even traveled to. Then, after reading and re-reading the seemingly nonchalant attitude of disgust I am clearly causing this “blogger”, I go on to read the comments. Some were even more disgusting than the few sentences describing my incompetence as a woman.

    But to tell you the honest to God truth, this is a global issue, that as women we must tackle together, sports illustrated models or not. We’re objectified, abused and taken-down by the media, by the internet, by nobody bloggers who get fucking hard ons writing about women and picking apart their entire physical image as he sees fit…and yet we read what people write, what HE writes, and we immediately sink into that worthless, tear-swelling, sick to your stomach feeling- the one we can all remember as middle school girls. We grow up with the daily reminder that we have more than enough flaws than we can count on our hands. We are critical beings who want acceptance. We want to be in the popular circle, the one where the guys notice you because you’re beautiful, the one with the girls who are confident and cute and have nice clothes and blah blah blah. My point is…there is a huge difference between voicing your opinion on whether or not you find a woman attractive and inspecting every living inch of her with a a self-aggrandizing, repulsive and downright EVIL eye.

    And the sad part of all of this, apart from ripping away a womans precious and fragile sense of self-esteem and confidence is that he is giving the world a portal to openly tear us apart and bring some of us to our breaking points with the hateful words of himself and his “followers”. We do NOT need and CAN NOT stand for behavior that is so evil, so full of hate and malignity..even if it is done behind the confines of his own laptop screen. He is, in the simplest of terms, a racist.

    Again, whether you personally take the time to read this or not, I hope there are some that at least take the time to get a closer understanding about how evil he truly is through my experience with this website as well. I am truly awed and inspired and reading this was just what I needed at the moment….You are a true depiction of a strong woman.

    • Amanda M October 16, 2013 at 3:33 pm #

      Please excuse the fact that I wrote a book and was totally taken away with emotional-ness lol. Oh and also the fact that I was referring to an equally twisted, other blogger but the point remains the same.

  250. chrissy October 16, 2013 at 3:45 pm #

    you really are a fat little piggy. And your face is FUCKING UGLY! I dont know who you know to get where you are today, but you are the epitome of its all about who you know. Go jump out of that fucking window

    • shibhon October 24, 2013 at 12:31 pm #

      And you know what? U are fucking Sick!

    • Tallaney April 15, 2014 at 2:26 am #

      Wow! Someone needs to get some.

  251. chrissy October 16, 2013 at 3:49 pm #

    You know why you can’t just ignore it? Because its true. Things hurt the most when you you know deep down ITS TRUE.

    Look at your face. Your fat little face. Keep trying to stay smaller, but when your age and weight catch up to you, your husbands going to leave you. And then no one will care. You’ll be sitting all alone, reminiscing over and over and over again about how you “WERE A SPORTS ILLUSTRATED MODEL”. But no one will give a fuck and you’ll be all alone

    • Candice October 16, 2013 at 4:52 pm #

      i don’t know you or what you’re going through…but i can only guess that at some point in your life, someone must have talked to you this way…in effect making you think it’s ok to say these things to people. i beg you to please try to remember that there is an actual person on the receiving end of your words. no one (NO ONE) deserves to have such hateful things said to them. we have so little time here, so why spend any of it making each other feel like shit?

    • Makia October 16, 2013 at 6:42 pm #

      Wow…you must be a really sad person. May you find some peace soon.

    • shibhon October 24, 2013 at 12:39 pm #

      Stop spreading hate around. It will only harm yourself in the end. May peace be with you. I hope you get all you wish for in life. A nice man and beautiful kids. Then you will not be that harsh anymore. Because you have love in your life!

  252. olliebo October 16, 2013 at 8:40 pm #

    You are amazing, beautiful, you married the most amazing man in the world !!!you’re successful funny and sexy!!!!! Don’t let those bitches put you down!!!!

  253. Erik October 17, 2013 at 3:17 am #

    Seriously, wtf is wrong with people calling someone, anyone, who is obviously NOT fat, fat. Fucked up standards set by the fashion industry, hollywood and what not, grading any girl who cán’t be mistaken for a skewer fat? Get the hell over that and yourself and go for real…. smh…

  254. cleo04patra October 17, 2013 at 9:09 am #

    This is all envy. Because for all eternity you will be remembered for doing so well with effortless grace. We love you Chrissy. We love your humour. I share you love for food. For every 1 drunken stepdouche, there’s 100 Chrissy lovers. Remember that ALWAYS.

  255. Karen Iwamiya October 17, 2013 at 5:12 pm #

    You are hilarious, beautiful and a nut. Keep on doing what you’re doing because to quote katt Williams if you don’t have haters you must be doing something wrong. And don’t ever forget to not let anyone steal your peace especially not yourself.

  256. Sadie October 17, 2013 at 6:06 pm #

    “sometimes people need a high five, in the face, with a chair”

    just checked the blog of this silly wanker. I didn’t know him before.. but it looks actually like he’s your biggest fan on the q.t. I mean why should someone post all this stuff about you?!?! I don’t get it.. Maybe he should get a job or better.. another hobby than you.

    But hey Chrissy…. head up – you’re just a cool, smart person with a lot of charisma .. “no wonder bitches (and wankers) be hatin'”


  257. gh0sttrade515 October 18, 2013 at 2:14 am #

    You’re beautiful. Don’t let people like that get you down. It’s obvious from their feeble minded attacks they have nothing, and to have to resort picking on a person, especially a female, is utterly pathetic. Like you said, you already have the world and everything you need in it, and at the end of the day all that truly matters is family, friends, music and love. All the best to you and John. I wish you two nothing but love and happiness.


  258. reba October 18, 2013 at 8:10 am #

    Just saw a photo of you letting some guy check out your tit on the red carpet. You are a disgusting, pitiful women. Eat all the bacon you want dumb-ass, that doesn’t earn you ant respect.

    • Tallaney April 15, 2014 at 2:31 am #

      At least someone’s checking her out. I can’t say the same for you.

  259. reba October 18, 2013 at 8:19 am #

    Oh my apologies! That guy checking out your tit is your husband!!!!!!!!
    Lot’s of respect in that ‘marriage’. LOL

    • Nic K. October 23, 2013 at 9:46 pm #

      at the very least, she’s married. Which is something, you NEVER will be. Moron.

  260. Susanne Collins October 23, 2013 at 2:05 pm #

    You, Beautiful Chrissey, have everything that is real and true. Love, friends, family, inner beauty and are such a joy for those of us lucky enough to be able to giggle at you from a respectful distance. Keep that light flowing. And glowing!

  261. shibhon October 24, 2013 at 12:26 pm #

    PLEASE DO NOT CARE! You are truly beautiful. Seems to me both on the inside And out! Keep shining honey!:0)

  262. Kristy October 25, 2013 at 9:46 pm #

    I know you probably aren’t going to read this because you already have 310 fucking comments already but this cowardly sad man’s words just make me so fucking mad, even though he’s a Grade A troll that’s looking to get a rise outta people.

    I’m not gonna tell you how beautiful you are, that doesn’t matter. Even though you may make a living off of it, you are so much more of a human than your physical looks. I know you probably get bitchy insults all the time and this is probably one of those pushed -the limit-situations. But I just wanted to say, whenever you or your girlfriends get the oh-so-creative “you’re a fat pig” comments, you shouldn’t just tell each other that you’re beautiful, you should be like, “you could be the ugliest witch from Pluto but you’d still kickass because you’re just an awesome person.”

    Of course there are moments that I wish I was prettier, but honestly, if I was actually worked up about not being the most beautiful person in the world, I’d probably be dead. Or 95% silicone.

    It makes me mad that he’s a man. Girls and women get so much shit for tearing each other down and we hear the bullshit about “women dress for women” when this is one of those instances that cat-fighting is a patriarchally instigated issue.

  263. michael October 25, 2013 at 10:15 pm #

    Fuck this guy and his doucheblog for pimple-faced male virgins. Words do sting, Chrissy (I’m actually happy that you acknowledged the fact that this gets to you now and again), especially when they hit you were you live, but you know deep down who you are, and if you let blogboy’s hate speech (he clearly knows he’s got your attention) stop you from being the cocky, insecure, smart-alecky, slightly goofy and incredibly lucky woman that you are, then fuck you too. Hug your dogs, slap John on the ass, cook something both delicious and gorgeous for yourself and the people you love, call your mom, put on your favorite album, and get back to being who you are. Onward…

  264. Kristy October 28, 2013 at 11:18 pm #

    I know you said not to leave comments, but oh well. This made me cry and I look up to you even more now. It means so much to hear someone so strong and funny and wonderful also be so transparent and open.

    I have no idea who this blogger is and have no intention of trying to find out. You’re wonderful – and thanks for inspiring me to start cooking! (I’ve gotten pretty good)

  265. icolby October 29, 2013 at 4:24 pm #

    Are you kidding me??! Chrissy, everyone knows you are gorgeous and talented and graceful and hilarious and, and, and the list goes on. Gold digger? Get real. Frankly, even if they don’t share that point of view, anyone who is making time in their day to post false and hateful (not to mention poorly written) rants about you must be pretty……. awesome.
    I am proudly Team Chrissy!

  266. Precious November 1, 2013 at 7:32 am #

    Chrissy, you and John are amazing, non pretentious and genuine people. I totally adore that about you. Love you and keep up your positive spirit – from Johannesburg, South Africa

  267. Candice November 3, 2013 at 2:23 am #

    Hi Chrissy,

    I just wanted to let you know that you are beautiful inside and out. It’s so hard to ignore the negative comments, so I admire your strength and willingness to speak out about it. Sometimes I sit at home pondering over the hatred society we live in and wonder if it will ever get better.. at the end of the day you have find it within you to love exactly who you are and to know you’re capable, you’re loved and you’re beautiful. The world is a better place, because of you! You are unique, because there is only ONE of you.


  268. Morgan Bagshaw November 3, 2013 at 9:31 am #

    Chrissy- don’t stop being you because the minute you do this schmuck wins. I’ve never commented before but I adore you (platonically lol). Remember that only hurting people hurt people so feel sorry for him, recharge your batteries and keep spreading your light.

  269. Rachel Hayes November 3, 2013 at 5:32 pm #

    People like the author of that blog are making the girls and young women of our society question everything they do. When we make a mistake it is everywhere: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, no matter if you are a celebrity or not. Word travels at the speed of light now and so everyone has to constantly watch and self edit everything they do. Where is the living in that? Our brains are being trained to think differently due to the cruelty we constantly see around us. Chrissy, you are one celebrity who doesn’t try to be something they are not. You admit you have flaws and that you have to work for everything you have. That scares the living shit out of people. Keep on doing what your doing, they’ll keep talking, sure, but you have the benefit of a happiness that they will never know.
    The happiness of self reliance and self worth. Go girl.

  270. gotsheila November 3, 2013 at 6:39 pm #

    If you haven’t read The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz I highly suggest you do. Agreement #2 Do not personalize. Don’t take that shit in, he is projecting unto you his negative self.
    One love Chrissy. You provide this married mom of 2 boys, 1 who is recovering from autism, great entertainment.

  271. Darls November 3, 2013 at 10:00 pm #

    just ignore the bashers, gurl.. you have good life, they don’t.. they’re just sourgraping..

  272. Christy Barca November 6, 2013 at 4:06 am #

    Heya, Chrissy! Sorry that you experienced the grossness of stumbling on that daftbags blog. Well, I just wanted to commend you on being the most natural celeb out there. You have so much to be greatful for such a doting husband too, why to waste your time on such a poor lonely sick creature who gains an income off breaking down others spirit?! So just throw it away man. Your an awesome person and you just inspired me to write!!! What I like most about you, is that you are brutally honest, and that is from above! You are and will always inspire many to greatness, just live on, being yourself and above all stay positive!! You are apreciated.

  273. Ellison November 7, 2013 at 10:55 am #

    Hi Chrissy – just wanted to drop a line, as reading this was super empowering for me. I had a little modeling experience working with agencies in the Midwest and in California, fun, profitable work that allowed me to financially have the leverage to focus on college etc. but my modeling never went full-court and when I never reached the supermodel status you are at, I would get down on myself and really just thought that if I was taller/more perfect and had reached supermodel heights I wouldn’t feel that way about myself; nor would the rest of the world.

    This post was definitely more of a positive affirmation for me; but maybe a complete epiphany for others to realize someone that matches all our ideals for perfection has relatable insecurities. So just wanted to thank you for the post, I think it is hard to be vulnerable about stuff like this. I was posted on a blog as well and when it received a couple hundred thousand views in the first day it was like my worst fear brought to life: of all my own insecurities becoming public and then some (because the majority of the post about me was false)- but it still hurt nonetheless & it hurt to know regardless of the truth that’s what others thought about me. I’m ashamed to admit, all the public attention actually caused me to want to recoil a bit, have some trust issues about who was in my life and would post such a thing, and be much more low key and definitely not want to be in front of the camera and I was afraid to draw more attention to the issue/have people think I really was this person they wrote about, so I kept it all to myself, only telling a few. In retrospect, I wish I hadn’t been so vein and fearful and cared so much what others thought- because by listening to them & my own worst thoughts I left modeling and also wasn’t really living my life – I was living in fear and trying to be what I thought looked best to everyone else.

    Thanks again for this post : )

  274. Erini November 7, 2013 at 10:16 pm #

    So new post already?? I need some foodspiration!

  275. Dzjie November 12, 2013 at 10:36 am #

    Now this is the recipe…

    Once, long time ago, I made the huge mistake to ask my boyfriend ‘Do you think I’m fat?’. That question was complete nonsense. But since that time on he (kindly) calls me ‘fatty’ (I translated it, we’re dutch and the dutch word sounds nicer, don’t worry). We got married. We got kids. But he still calls me ‘fatty’. And whenever/wherever I hear the word ‘fatty’ I always think of my husband, his humour and his loving eyes. It’s heaven :).

  276. BethT November 14, 2013 at 10:01 pm #

    Honestly, I found out who you were through this blog. I happened to stumble upon it, and am SO glad I did. I started reading and it actually took me a little bit to realize that “John” was John Legend (who I did know of!). Anyway, I don’t even want to address what that person said about you. I’m just writing to let you know that I think you are so sweet, funny and beautiful. I love reading your posts and looking at your pictures. I wish you were my real friend, and I hope that you and John have a life that is perfectly perfect for you 🙂

  277. Victor November 21, 2013 at 10:31 pm #

    This is totally irrelevant but I adore your cheekbones.

  278. Bach Tran November 27, 2013 at 4:38 pm #

    You have an interesting concept to your site/blog, keep up the lovely posts! :’)

  279. matt November 27, 2013 at 7:29 pm #

    never heard of you until today miss and I saw you over at since you were part of Nintendo news lol is a pretty big website that gathers all of the nintendo news in the world but I love the few pics I saw of the Nintendo party but the website that post them wanted me to pay to view more pictures? ah who cares, anyways sounds like you need to stop giving this child attention because that is what he/she is successfully doing, acting like a child while saying anything he/she wants and you should just ignore that child. That child is probably laughing at this entire blog that you just typed out and who cares, just say “fuck it, that child is jealous cause I had a nintendo party” etc

  280. Model Gal November 30, 2013 at 7:44 pm #

    Please don’t stop blogging!! I love it! F Mr Mastorbater- gross!!!!!

  281. John Farren December 1, 2013 at 5:51 pm #

    I dont get where people, especially men, get off on talking and writing about ladies in this way. I wonder if he kisses his mother with that mouth? I wonder if he would have the guts to write this about his wife, sister, daughter, or his own mother. Oh well, karma has a way of evening things out.

    Don’t waste your time on negative energy or negative people like him my dear. More power to you and your husband, who by the way, happens to be from my neck of the woods.

  282. Shiyan December 2, 2013 at 7:46 pm #

    I just stumbled upon your blog after reading your Wiki page. I’ve gotta say, you are the most ballsy woman I have ever known. Literally emulating you. You’re married to one of the most desired men on this planet but you will never back to hate! I fucking love that, and this post. I wish I was half as brave and confident as you. You are beautiful.

  283. sakura December 5, 2013 at 9:09 am #

    I was watching John’s All of Me video and I kept wondering who the damn beautiful girl was, then I searched for you and ended up here. It amazes me how you have a blog and take such natural pictures with John. I almost forget you are famous! About this post, what makes me feel confused is not the things he said about your personality (since I don’t know you and neither does he), but the mention of you being fat. I can understand if some people think you are not that pretty or even if they don’t like you (imagine if we all liked the same color…), but I don’t understand how can someone think you’re fat lol it makes no sense. Anyway, never mind this sad people. If John’s song makes me feel happy and he’s not even my husband, you got nothing to worry about! All his love for you is enough against people that don’t like you. And I say this because I also have love in my life and thank god I’m that lucky. Some people will never have and then all they can do is write stupid things 🙂

  284. Jenny December 6, 2013 at 1:32 pm #

    I absolute love how genuine and real!! You are gorgeous!! I know your husband wrote that beautiful song for you!! I just found out that you are Thai mixed! I’m Thai & Laos! Hang in there and those false slander will hopefully disappear from your thoughts. Keep blogging and keep doing your thang!!!

  285. Maegan December 8, 2013 at 2:28 pm #

    Hi Chrissy!! I’m not sure if you read these replies at all but I am going to comment for the one in a million chance you happen to read this….
    I think you are one of the most incredible role models a girl could possibly have. I think you embrace happiness in a way I one day aspire to. You make jokes out of both the good and the bad and I think that is so awesome. I am young, still a teenager actually, but when I read your tweets I feel like you are a young teenager with me…A friend at university I could get drunk as shit with…. Nobody else in Hollywood could ever have that connection with their fans. I don’t feel like you treat us as “fans” either. Like friends….and I think thats amazing. Although I obviously know next to nothing about you and John’s personal life, for some reason I can feel the love and happiness through a computer screen. thats weird…i know…but its true! I hope one day I can find someone and people can see happiness oozing out of us like i am able to see with you and John….I think you are a beautiful human being, both outside, and from what I know of you, on the inside. Anybody on this earth who thinks you are fat can fuck right on off. The person who wrote those nasty things is probably sitting in a grey on grey sweat suit that smells like dirty ass cheese and is smashing week old wonton soup into their face…you have such a thick skin for nasty comments and it is sad to see when they get to you…I hope you are having a magnificent day and I hope to one day have the opportunity to tell you to your face how incredible I think you are! Funny I should be studying for exams but I’d much rather creepishly tell you how much I adore you…hahaha

  286. Justus December 8, 2013 at 2:52 pm #

    I just randomly came across your Twitter from my feed and noticed this blog site that you had with this first article. I know I’m a nobody, but just wanted to say you are beautiful and don’t listen to that crap. Keep doing what you’re doing, you’re obviously successful!

  287. V.R.M. December 12, 2013 at 1:53 pm #

    People who are cruel to others are just projecting their own self-hate and jealousy. And who wouldn’t be jealous of a beautiful, happy woman like you? We are all fragile, but how we choose to face our fragility speaks volumes. Keep being the better person! 🙂

  288. nitin maru December 23, 2013 at 8:40 am #

    to get the lattest kichen beverages accessories you can get it from here…

  289. Melissa December 27, 2013 at 9:20 pm #

    I love you, Chrissy! You are beautiful, intelligent, and kind.

  290. JoJojojo December 29, 2013 at 2:16 pm #

    I hate that blogger so much. I refuse to go to his awful site. I’m pretty easygoing but I draw the line at that site. It’s horrible.

  291. Kelpie December 29, 2013 at 11:04 pm #

    I need to not follow your instructions and leave a comment because you need to know that you have readers from the other side of the planet-I love your blogs and your spirit and your humor from Japan. Keep being you!!!

  292. Applepie December 29, 2013 at 11:46 pm #

    I LOVE YOU SO MUCH YOU ARE MY IDOL FUCK THE HATERS maybe john can go taylor swift on his ass and write some cute songs about this dick head blogger…. Not worth the time though! You are my thinspo and i love your gorgeous pug face and how cutsie you and your mama are cooking constantly!!! BESOS

  293. sara January 3, 2014 at 11:17 pm #

    Sawdee ka! I’m also half Thai and only wish I could be as cool as you and have your life! You are the kind of person any girl would want as a bestie. Screw him. He’s probably a fat ugly troll. People are mean to others only to make themselves feel better. Life will eventually even the score.

  294. Claire January 8, 2014 at 12:29 am #

    Oh Chrissy, this just made me so sad! You have earned the right to know that you are better than people like that. I rarely check twitter except to read your tweets because you are funny and intelligent and witty and sassy and just downright cool. The only time I EVER turn on the sound on my phone is when I see you’ve posted a video on Instagram. You KNOW guys like John Legend don’t marry just any old girl. Sports Illustrated doesn’t feature your average Jane Schmo in its issues. You are a truly remarkable person, inside and out. Whether or not you realize it, you wake up, go to sleep, and spend every minute in between being adored by a countless number of people. Now start acting like it! I love you 🙂

  295. Rebecca Fieldhouse January 9, 2014 at 12:18 pm #

    As hard as it may be, my only advice is to focus on the good… Unhappy people will always try to bring you down, always — but nothing makes them more enraged than you acting unaffected. So continue to shine, Chrissy. -Rebecca @ Fieldhouse Kitchen

  296. craig January 9, 2014 at 10:33 pm #

    He’s a dick. But make no mistake, you’re a dick too. I’ve seen you say/post/tweet/etc. things to courageous, generous “old souls” that the common human wouldn’t wish on their worst enemy, just because you thought (or hoped?) they were saying something they probably weren’t. Almost like you use people you don’t know as exhaust for your frustrations with the everyday world. It’s nuts. I hope you figure it out, tho. I think your hubby was right in that the human race is inherently good, but you gotta walk the walk too. When I see you ripping on someone you don’t know, I’ll be honest- it looks insane. What’s worse, I bet it hurts you as much as it kills them and the whole mess is just about as far from “inherently good” as it gets. That blogger you quoted was obviously over the line but I don’t see how it serves the world to come back with twice the venom. Two- or three, four, five… or whatever, a thousand- wrongs don’t make a right. But I’m not telling you anything you don’t know- I’m just writing something you’ll never read. Take care.

  297. ang January 9, 2014 at 11:16 pm #

    I know you are busy and that’s cool, but I miss your blog whit and humor and oh yeah recipes!!! Happy New Year!!

  298. Your blog January 13, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

    Chrissy- it’s me, your blog. You forgot about me but I still think of you every day! Baby, please come back to me!

    I miss you like everyday
    Wanna be with you, but you’re away
    Said I miss you, missing you insane
    But if I got with you, could it feel the same?


  299. hai January 16, 2014 at 11:53 am #


  300. lisasplate January 17, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

    I’m sorry that there are people out there who feel like they need to do this but this person only has power if we choose to give it to them, his criticism is just a bunch of words that form a few paragraphs if we simply choose not to acknowledge them. I admire you for being who you are so openly on the internet knowing that right around the corner is someone waiting to use everything you say and do against you, you’re awesome 🙂

  301. marisa January 22, 2014 at 4:06 am #

    I knew this was straight shenanigans when I read he called you fat. You’re so little. No ones perfect but you damn sure aren’t ugly. He and everyone who enjoys the vitrol on his blog is trash. I’m not even a fan of yours (I came here for a recipe) but no one deserves this. What an asshat.

  302. Ally January 22, 2014 at 10:47 pm #

    I actually stumbled upon your blog, while looking for recipes. And after reading this, I have to say….thank you. From a woman who deals with my own insecurities everyday I thank you for being so real.

  303. AAW January 27, 2014 at 12:14 pm #

    Chrissy – I love the blog, wishing you posted more. I think you are stunningly beautiful, extremely funny and smart. I love your handsome husband and his music. I also think it is sad to know you have to hear these negative comments so often. I can’t even imagine. What I do have to say though is that maybe this should be an opportunity to learn to a) treat others as you want to be treated and b) try to just avoid the negative and don’t read the garbage. So first I don’t think you are a nasty person who spews hate about others like this man but there have been some negative comments and jokes made on behalf of others. No they aren’t to the extreme as the comments about you but I’m sure they are hurtful regardless. I would think that someone who experiences this hurt would not want to inflict that on anyone. Brown pee comes to mind. So, not the level of hurt you experienced but a joke at someone’s expense. Also, the best advice is to just avoid it. It’s like surrounding yourself with negative friends, they will bring you down. You have to cut things and people out of your life that bring you down and surround yourself with only those people and things that lift you up. You are married to a brilliant, talented man who doesn’t seem as though he would pick a partner who was not an equal. There are many pretty people not in magazines so obviously you didn’t make it in them by mistake. Take this negativity and turn it into a learning experience, grow from it and move on. Then stay away from it. I know this is what you would call a delayed reaction but I have three kids so very little blog reading time. :). Can’t wait for the next post.

  304. Tunisis Morris January 27, 2014 at 2:26 pm #

    I’m glad John Legend has such a beautiful wife that he is proud of. I’m a big fan. If you’re good enough for him. You’re good enough for me. Congrats on your marriage and focus on the great life you have. People are going to hate so let them get to work cause you two are fabulous and they have a lot to hate on cause that’s what haters do. Good luck with everything you do.

  305. kathrynrussell5 January 28, 2014 at 7:09 pm #

    Reblogged this on kathrynrussell5.

  306. Sandy February 1, 2014 at 7:57 am #

    Google only highlight those posts which it thinks can be useful to the searchers and readers regardless of the author of the content. Your domain name is identical to an address, but without the physical buidling.

  307. Desiree February 1, 2014 at 10:16 am #

    You are brave for writing this. I do the same thing when people are nasty to me for no reason. I just think about how that person must be completely miserable. I do not really follow celebrities, but I like real people. You are the only celebrity that I can say I really admire, because you keep shit so real. I appreciate you – your “fan” – Des 🙂

  308. MJ February 2, 2014 at 1:24 am #

    Chrissy! You are an amazing good cook! What celebrity does that?! You & John are so lucky to have each other. He seems like the kindest person ever! Know that some people thrive on insane jealousy & call/write about what they themselves are or lack of. Hold your head high because you are magnificent, beautiful and freaking skinny! Who eats like that and stay so skinny?! Aww…that person is jealous because they have horrible metabolism, don’t have beautiful brown skin and can’t cook worth shiz. Sue the schmuck whore!

  309. Marcy February 3, 2014 at 12:23 pm #

    you probably won’t see this in the 3947392102 other comments on your blog but I literally just spent last night and this morning reading the ENTIRE THING and I am obsessed. ahh I sound like a crazy person but I feel like what you say is how I feel about food and about other important items like not being an ass hole to people. Mostly I love food how you love food and I am thankful for this blog so please keep posting. I used to have a food blog but I stopped and you’ve inspired me to start a new one with no ulterior motive other than to post what I think is delicious and talk about it. not that I had an ulterior motive now I sound crazy but whatever.

  310. Sarah February 5, 2014 at 1:58 am #

    Chrissy, where have you been? I miss this blog so much, I had so much fun reading it. You’re the most adorable person, it’s like reading something written by a best friend. I’m sure you’re busy (I meaaan, it’s hard to turn off vanderpump rules) but please continue sharing all of your delicious recipes!

  311. Kate February 8, 2014 at 9:54 am #

    This guy is awful. Just awful. His misogynistic diatribes do not bear consideration.

  312. Janet February 9, 2014 at 5:42 pm #

    “When you show yourself to the world and display your talents, you naturally stir all kinds of resentment, envy and other manifestation of insecurity…you cannot spend your life worrying about the petty feelings of others.” – Robert Greene

    Followed you on twitter when I had one but now I just love and laugh at your instagram snaps of your life. You’re so sassy and I love it lol. don’t listen or pay mind to his ignorant ass

  313. lena February 11, 2014 at 7:16 pm #

    i miss your blog so much 😦 have you given up on it?

  314. Rachel February 14, 2014 at 12:06 am #

    This entire post made me think about a mean comment a boy named Jared said to me in seventh grade. I stepped on his fingers and he asked me, “how big ARE you?” Of course, at the time I laughed it off and called him a jerk, but on the inside, I was dying. It was my biggest insecurity and he outted it for all of my choir class to hear. Truth is, I’ve struggled with it my entire life and continue to do so now at 22. I’ve been following you for three years now (not creepy, I promise) and I adore you. My roommates and I are continuously saying, “did you see that Chrissy posted today?” You’re an amazing example of a strong, confident, beautiful woman. I applaud you for this post and I sincerely hope you know just how many people love you and genuinely want you to succeed (myself included). Today, the world found out that you received the 50th anniversary cover and celebrated. You are awesome! And as a fan, I hope tell those thoughts in your head to shove it because they’re wrong. (Also, I realize that I’m months late to this party, but at least I showed, right??) 🙂

  315. BrittB February 14, 2014 at 9:26 am #

    Just had to find a way to congratulate you on the cover. You deserved it and I’m just so genuinely happy for you which is crazy since I’m aware that I don’t personally know you lol Anyway, you look beautiful. Congrats!!

    • Rebecca February 14, 2014 at 10:56 am #

      Just had to say ‘right on’ to your comment. I think you captured how we often feel when we send a compliment to people we admire… But, in my own humble opinion, its well worth reaching out and sharing the positive.

      • Rebecca February 14, 2014 at 11:03 am #

        And P.S., I can’t believe I am still seeing comments on Bleh in my email. This a long playing dialog on blogs, bloggers, haters and content. At this point I won’t unsubscribe purely because I’m curious to see how long this goes. 🙂

  316. Lolita February 14, 2014 at 9:43 am #

    Girl, so very very well said . So glad you let this douchbag know it’s not ok to treat anyone this way!! Keep doing your thing!!!!!

  317. Chelsea February 14, 2014 at 12:53 pm #

    I am months late reading this, but it really touched my heart. You showed your vulnerability and exposed your own insecurities when you didn’t have to. I’m sure it made you feel so much better, but what you may not have realized is that you probably helped many other people, who struggle with the same insecurities you struggle with. I have always adored you; not for your breathtaking beauty, but for your courage to stand up for what you be live in. This man writing these things is disgusting. He is pathetic and he is alone in life. He is so hurt that he tries to hurt others, to bring people down to his low level. You are such an amazing soul. Don’t ever let anyone convince you otherwise. Don’t ever let yourself convince you otherwise. You’re an inspiration to me, and to the world. Keep shining bright, beautiful soul.
    Love and light,

  318. Mbali Undiscovered February 16, 2014 at 2:53 am #

    Wow! This is similar to what I’m feeling right now. People take so much time judging other people and trying to pull us down. I also have a blog and someone told me yesterday that I am too ‘serious’ just because I always try to inspire and brighten someone elses day everytime I post something. Goes to show how messed up our society is. We crave for gossip and false statements about others, as long as we’re entertained. I am slowly losing hope in humans, really. Thank you for posting this.

  319. bendjouia February 17, 2014 at 11:44 pm #

    Wow, I didn’t realize how horrible and jealous people can be…Ignore that. You are beautiful!!

  320. Kat February 21, 2014 at 9:06 am #

    “that’s what happens to girls who only do SI…but never make the cover of SI….”

    And guess who is on the cover of Sports Illustrated for their none the less 50th anniversary 🙂

    Crissy, if you ever see this… please rub it in that guy`s face?? 🙂

    Someone tweet this to Crissy, I have a feeling she would love it! (I don`t have a Twitter account)

    • Rebecca February 21, 2014 at 11:06 am #

      Tweet sent. I’m thinking she sees the comments, Kat. 🙂

      • Kat February 21, 2014 at 2:31 pm #

        Awesome! Thanks Rebecca 😉

  321. Bill February 24, 2014 at 5:21 pm #

    Alas, cheeseburgers do not thick skin make.

  322. Romy February 25, 2014 at 7:25 pm #

    ok so this post just made me love you even more! YOU GO GURL!! ❤

  323. Matt February 26, 2014 at 10:21 am #

    You don’t know me, but you blocked me on Twitter – English, dark hair, funny – I deserved it; I was trying to chat you up, even though I’d denied it.

    Fwiw, you’re very accessible and very down to earth – you’re normal – which some people will try to take advantage of or at least abuse, but I think your equally normal husband’s right; people are inherently good, it’s just life that makes some of them behave worse than they might like at times.

  324. Mimi February 28, 2014 at 5:19 pm #

    Until today I had not ever heard of you. You are beautiful. PLEASE don’t spend any more energy on what a bag of shit jealous douchebag thinks of you! Your vulnerability is human – don’t change… you are beautiful inside and out.

  325. Angela Hagopian March 3, 2014 at 3:40 pm #

    Chrissy, my motto is “Accept Life, Expect Change, and Honor You.” It’s so beautiful to honor yourself in every form you are. If you ever need to vent, please reach out.

  326. Sanne March 3, 2014 at 7:04 pm #

    I just now saw this post, and all I can say is that I just feel so sorry for all those people. At the end of their lives they will realize: what did I give to this world during my life? negative energy not only to themselves but also to people who are smart, funny, loving and with ‘perfect imperfections’ like you! they probably don’t even know how it makes the people they are targeting feel. so thank you so much for this post, I hope some people read it and will realize now instead of later that what they are doing is just a total waste of time, for everyone, even for themselves.
    I also feel insecure at times and then people give me things like: oh but you’re live is perfect blah blah. No one can judge from the outside, it’s like letting someone you don’t know at all take decisions for you, and that’s not ok.
    If I want to be insecure of my weight, relationship, outfit or whatever how small it might be.
    People can not judge, because wether it is right or wrong, It’s still my own decision.
    weeeh, that’s of my chest.
    I know you said no comments or compliments, but Chrissy YOU ROCK 🙂 (even though I am not to judge haha).

  327. KennedyTracht March 3, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

    You are SUCH a breath of fresh air.

    And I hate to capitalize on your sadness and hurt here but I wonder if you’d speak out against Terry Richardson in the same way… I’ve been reading articles on him recently and sad to think that no big names are brave enough to speak the truth. Disappointing.

    But right on, these assholes suck.

  328. Librarienne March 3, 2014 at 10:19 pm #

    Living well is the best revenge. And you are living well, so fuck him.

  329. Esmy March 3, 2014 at 10:41 pm #

    Chrissy please come back 😐 I just now found your blog and check it daily like a psycho hoping for a new post. This blog is awesome and if I missed the party I will be forever devastated.

  330. Anna A March 9, 2014 at 11:18 pm #

    Beautiful Sweet Funny Chrissy- First, I rarely comment on people’s blogs, posts, etc., like, actually never, and I have never been on your blog although I do follow you and your mom on instagram. I came across this page because I am new to twitter and was trying to follow your mom and I saw this link and clicked on it. It made me really sad to see that you felt that you had to defend yourself against that person who chooses to reach out and spread negativity about others as he does. I am not telling you to ignore it; I know you’re a person and I know that’s easier said than done. But the thing is, is that you give cred and your own light away to an individual like that by re-posting his words and putting it out there into the universe, and as a result drawing more attention to it. He’s a black cloud and judgmental. And his gift to the world is gossiping about other people. And, he writes in all caps, the visually equivalent of shouting lol…WTF?! That’s what he offers the world. This is what I want to say to you: I started following you because I am a mom who has a fifteen year old daughter who is half Thai and half Danish. She is a singer and an aspiring model. She is bullied by her peers all the time. I don’t know why, but when I see something like this, I do know why. Because there are a lot of fearful people in the world who are unhappy with themselves, so they want to make others who are happy feel bad. To be honest, when I first heard of you, and started reading about you, I was judgmental. I formed an opinion on you based upon my own issues/shortcomings and put them on you as a judgement. All humans do this. And those who are self aware, realize it and try to stop it. And those who have no self reflection, well, they become like that guy. As I have seen your posts as well as your mom’s over the past several months, my opinions of you changed dramatically. You are like a bright light of love that shines so brightly from the inside out that everyone around you including the dogs always seem to be smiling. You’re silly and bravely show your vulnerability and ability to laugh at yourself. And this is much of what makes you so beautiful. Believe me, you have gotten where you have not because of the exterior, but because of what’s inside. The outside is a huge bonus because you are physically beautiful as well. But what you give from your heart and your soul is truly your gift to the world and do not doubt that that light shines so brightly that everyone sees it. I previously worked in “the biz” and I have friends who have worked with you on various shows. I have heard that you are fantastic and so great in person. That’s how YOU touch people and the world. Do not let the darkness of someone who wants to reach out and over take your light succeed. Just keep being you and have compassion for the little fearful person he is. Thank you for brightening this stranger’s days and perhaps unintentionally being a great role model for my kid. 🙂

  331. Ashley March 12, 2014 at 6:14 am #

    I don’t know who this blogger is, but he gets paid to hate? he is using the anonymity of the internet as a way to spread his own distaste for himself. What a shame that this person has so much misguided anger that he uses you as a target. I don’t know too much about you, or your tweets, but i can’t imagine anyone deserving this kind of vile comment. If there are people you have no choice but to ignore, it’s the people who stew hate. I liken his posts to a step just slightly more coherent, than an angry mentally ill person you see on the subway. Disregard, and don’t acknowledge this idiots comments (I know, its easier said than done). Thank you for sharing your feelings on such an open platform, I know it can’t be easy!

  332. Alesha March 12, 2014 at 7:48 pm #


    This is a reason i hate social media. The whole fact that it gives people who don’t know one another to judge and contact in any manor without even knowing the person.

    I don’t know you and after reading this i just hope that you know you don’t deserve it. I know in this industry people think models subject themselves to ridicule and being judged but i don’t agree that means we open our selves up to being bullied or treated with disrespect. I hope that with opening up about what this guy has done it gives comfort to all those who get effected with cyber bullying. Im glad you have a good core around you to support and love you.

    Wishing you all the best and success that you deserve!


  333. biancawonkaBianca March 13, 2014 at 12:44 am #

    I just saw this today and I love you Chrissy!!! I have mentioned something funny you have said to my family too many times this year. Keep being yourself. We all have things to work on…such is life. What helped me to stop feeling down is to stay away from blogs b/c of all the negativity about people I don’t even know.

  334. Chiho March 13, 2014 at 7:48 am #

    You are absolutely beautiful. I wish I looked like you:) Haters are not happy with their lives. Unhappy people always get jealous.Don’t let them down. You look happy and so pretty.

  335. Jeannie March 15, 2014 at 6:10 pm #

    Love you for your honesty!! That was just beautiful…!!
    Thank you for being that inspiring !!

  336. Erin March 19, 2014 at 12:29 pm #

    Even though you said don’t leave comments, I had to (just like all these other people). Anyone who has a bad thing to say about you is obviously insecure about their own life and wildly jealous of how happy, funny, talented, and beautiful you are. I think you’re hilarious, and the fact that you’re humble and down-to-earth makes me love you even more. Some people will never have a good thing to say, but they’ll never be happy like you are either. Keep your chin up – you are an amazing person (from what I gather from following all your social media outlets. I’m kind of obsessed…) and one of the best sayings, that I think is always applicable in times like these – “lions do not concern themselves with the opinions of sheep” – sums it up perfectly. I know it’s easier said than done to simply brush off negative comments and personal attacks on our character, especially when they seem to come in waves, but you’re gone with the wind fabulous, honey TWIRL.

  337. Emily Rose™ (@emilyrose_tcb) March 20, 2014 at 1:59 am #

    Hi Chrissy!

    I sincerely doubt you’ll read the 390th comment on this post, but I just wanted to say FUCK this douchebag (even that’s far too kind of a term for him because douches are technically nice-smelling and diligently clean vaginas) and also that you’re super-fucking-fantastic. I wish I could put that more eloquently, but I’m trying to eat pasta, drink wine, watch the breaking news on the Australian-found possible MH370 debris (?) and type to you all at once. In any case, a lot of what you said resonated with me, especially being sensitive and justice-obsessed. In fact, I’m literally about to move across the country to start law school to start a career in civil rights law – I’m not sure how much more justice-obsessed it gets than that. My upcoming career moves aside, though, I can’t imagine how much it must suck to have your life constantly open to public scrutiny – and picked apart by people who are clearly jealous of your vibrance, success, talent, humor, marriage, and appearance. Please know that for every creepy, stalky, underage-girl-obsessed, semen-fixated blogger fuckhead, you have approx. twenty thousand cool, fun, not-semen-obsessed people who LOVE you and have been completely inspired by everything you are.


  338. Katerina March 23, 2014 at 10:47 am #

    Hey Chrissy,

    I’ve only just discovered your blog (which I absolutely adore!). I’ve also noticed you haven’t posted since October. I hope you haven’t been discouraged by that person’s comments because your blog is a delight for so many people (from what I can see), which now includes me 🙂

    Given how bitter those comments are it seems like this person, ironically, intended to be malicious to hit a nerve and get some attention. The outrageous gets attention. They are disgusting comments and have no place on your blog. If I were you, I would delete that last post and continue your great blog. The vast majority of people wouldn’t give a second thought to those kinds of comments, and we probably wouldn’t know about it had you not posted about it. In a way I feel like this person not only tried to insult you but also tried to insult all the people who like you and value your work by implying that we shouldn’t bother. Anyway… I don’t care and neither should you 🙂


  339. Bre Howrie March 27, 2014 at 10:28 pm #

    I think your honesty is very brave and very refreshing. Someone like me would never in a million years imagine you having even one insecurity, let alone many. Thank you for humanizing yourself, it makes you even more relatable.

  340. sb April 4, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

    I never leave comments on anything. Ever. And because I live under a rock I didn’t know who you were until yesterday. I stumbled across your twitter feed via a comedian and thought it was hilarious and figured you must be a comedian who put a picture of an SI model on their feed because they couldn’t possible look like that. Then I obviously realized that that was YOU and thought well THAT is fucking awesome.
    So I’m compelled to write this to say something I believe wholly and deeply.

    Smart, funny, beautiful women scare the shit out of people. How can they have all three of these qualities? Many people stand in awe of such a persona. But the small people in this world don’t. They spit vitriol because they have nothing else. They have no other talent than the ability to be judgmental douchebags. It is SO much easier to say something negative than to say something intelligent. Or kind. God forbid you put yourself out there and make someone else feel good about themselves.

    But here’s the thing. Found your blog first. Wouldn’t know where to begin to look for his.

    You do you. You seem like a baller. Be strong young gladiator.


  341. karli April 8, 2014 at 10:46 am #

    You say you wonder if people respect you, well let me tell you now that as a young woman constantly facing scrutiny i respect the hell out of you for always being vocal. I’m learning to be half as vocal as you, and I know once I reach that I’ll be okay. Thankfully this monster will back off, and if he doesn’t I hope he has a bit of trouble falling asleep at night, thinking of the people he hurt.

    Love you for being you and for being the kind of person that deserves kindness and respect.

  342. Heather Christo (@heatherchristo) April 8, 2014 at 10:48 am #

    My husband would also say that I have a very strong sense of justice- I hate to have something “wrong” go “unfixed” and get really heated about it! that is always how I have been. But he has wisely calmed me down and shown me time and time again that the best thing I can do is to keep trying to live my best life and treating others as I want to be treated. The Universe TRULY will take care of the rest. Even really bad or unfair people.

    I teach my little girls every. single. day. What you put out into the world is what you will get back from the world. Chrissy, you put out light and humor and creativity and beauty. You inspire and touch so many people in such a warm way and that is a true gift. That guy spewing all that shit? Well guess what he will get back? Shit.

    Don’t read that stuff anymore- it’s garbage, and you are not- you are lovely. Keep doing what you are doing, you make a lot of people happy 🙂

  343. Krissy April 9, 2014 at 4:39 am #

    Well it is certainly always cool to meet a fellow Chrissy! My name is Krissy too, but spelled differently. I know your name is actually Christine, but whatever it’s still cool because it’s an uncommon name. You (and John) have seriously become my latest obsession. I seriously adore you guys. I’m actually supposed to be studying and finishing a paper [whoo hoo college life], but I just discovered your blog and couldn’t stop scrolling. I have seriously looked at all your instagram photos and watched all of you and John’s interviews on youtube, not trying to sound creepy or anything, even though I probably already do, but I seriously love you! #fangirling

    You are so, so beautiful and don’t let anyone ever tell you otherwise! Your sense of humor and laugh bring such joy to me. The world is cruel, but don’t let it stop you from being you. The world has this idea of setting these ridiculous standards no one can measure up to, so don’t ever feel belittled. You have tons of people who love you! Stay fabulous and hilarious! Devoted fan always!

  344. annieblinn April 12, 2014 at 4:44 pm #

    I thought I should leave a comment. I didn’t read all the response .. .just glanced through it and needed to comment from another prospective. A parents prospective. I’ve raised 2 step daughters that are now 18 and 20! and have 2 daughters of my own. know where I’m going. . .I’ve had complexes in the past. Never been skinny or had the straight hair. . I’m short and stubby and I too have short chucky fingers. But somehow I learned to just accept. I don’t care that my belly hangs a little and still wear a bikini but majority of the mom’s out there have it too. ;-0 Raising girls. .had to learn how to get them to love them selves and be confident. Hardest thing. But I try to make sure I tell my babies how amazing they are. How gorgeous they are and that everyone is different. You are who you are and a gift from god. (i’m not religious) But you understand that meaning when you have a baby. You can’t worry about your looks or your weight in front of your children so I just don’t care. And the best thing is hearing from your daughter that you are beautiful. I was amazed when my 4 year old daughter told me that I look beautiful! Your biggest fan is your husband at the moment and then when you guys have kids . . . I hope you get over the self consciousness and learn to accept who you are and know that you have great qualities and get over what other ppl say. in one ear and out the other. Life is too short to worry what others say. My husband is awesome where he never has said anything neg about me and he jokely talks about losing weight but never says it directly. You have someone that loves you and is committed to you. . .He should help you feel so pretty and perfect. And others ppl’s comments shouldn’t matter.

  345. Dori The Fish April 13, 2014 at 5:28 pm #

    I know you said not to leave a comment but whoever wrote that kind of crap is totally in the wrong and they know it.

    The only reason they do it is to get attention (negative attention) to make money. Those people are the gold diggers. Those people are the ones who can’t or won’t admit true love when they see it.

  346. Maribel April 20, 2014 at 4:19 pm #

    Thankfulness to my father who stated to me concerning this website, this blog is genuinely amazing.

  347. Lindsay April 24, 2014 at 9:42 pm #

    I am just now reading this post for the first time. Words cannot express the way I have felt reading this. So many people forget that celebrities have the same insecurities as everyone else. It is hard to imagine someone as beautiful as you can be insecure, but I guess everyone has things they hate about themselves. I have felt the way you have many times throughout my life and I would like to tell you that it’s just a bad day, or it will pass, but it doesn’t. It took me a long time to get to a place where I am confident in myself and I had to do it on my own. I want to tell you that after following you on twitter and reading this post, that you are a true inspiration and beautiful both inside and out. Thank you for being you!

  348. Chrissie April 26, 2014 at 2:38 pm #

    wow reading this post moved me to tears!
    I know you post things like this just to vent, but thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us. I feel incredibly lucky to have stumbled across this blog, your ramblings and funny jokes and love for food has actually re-inspired me. I used to love to cook but was depressed for a long time. Reading your blog over the last few days has reminded me about all the fun I used to have cooking, and about how therapeutic it can be.

    Chrissy you are such a special person; not necessarily for your modelling or who your husband is or how you look, but to me (and many others) you are so special because you are totally authentic. You don’t pretend to be someone you’re not, and let’s face it, who you are is fucking awesome. The way you know you’re doing it right is if you have those people saying stupid things. If you pleased everyone, that’s when we’d know you’re a kiss-ass.

    And whether you know it or not, by just being true to yourself, you have inspired me and countless others. I really believe that the most important thing we can do for the world is not try to fix others, but to love yourself and heal the wounds within our hearts. Because once we do that, our world will fall into place. Thanks so much Chrissy for your honesty! It really touched my heart.

  349. Edin April 27, 2014 at 6:26 pm #

    I personally think all the people that say bad stuff about you are just jealous.. I know it means nothing coming from me, but you’re a really pretty woman, and it doesn’t make sense why anyone has anything bad to say… I urge those folks to take a look in the mirror before commenting on someone else.. I never speak bad about anybody, but I can’t imagine any other reason to say bad things about someone unless you are envious 🙂 either way, have a good day! I know you read all these.

    -Ed from Colorado

  350. Diane April 29, 2014 at 5:17 pm #

    Ms. Teigen, I came across your blog because I saw the video “All Of Me”, which I think is a really beautiful and moving song, and it made me curious about you. So I stumbled across your blog and this is the first thing I read.
    I don’t know if you will read this, but I wanted to say something to you, sincerely and from the heart, despite that it is not really a popular thing to say.

    As a woman, I think that this kind of misogyny is growing in our American culture at a terrible speed. There are more and more men who just have a hatred and disrespect for women which they give vent to whenever they can do it without social ramifications.

    As a woman, I want to say also that I blame that on the free-sex culture which has had the end result of men disrespecting women and viewing them as objects…more than any time in Western history, in my opinion. We women have “rights” but we are disrespected as never before.

    I want to say, also, that if you are concerned with justice, I would like you to think about the culture you are contributing to and profiting from. If you are concerned about justice, please consider the reality in which we live, in which my fiance and my friends’ husbands have to encounter near-naked pictures of you and other women we do not even know, at the grocery line, on the billboards, and everywhere they go.

    As a woman, I do not even show off my body parts that way to my fiance, because I want him to respect me, I want him to hold some things sacred. But he cannot avoid seeing yours, even if he does not want to. This is the culture that you are a part of and are profiting from.

    Is it just that men have sexual images put in their faces constantly, including good men who are working hard to be faithful to their ideas and treat women as we should be treated? It is not just, but what can we do about it? Unfortunately, society has gone this way, and we can’t do anything about it.

    You are a beautiful woman. I just wish you would show your inner beauty instead of showing your private parts to the world and selling yourself the way so many women do today. The natural consequence is that men are losing respect for all women, as we have turned into nothing but sex objects in their minds, and this breeds misogyny and hate.

    • Diane April 29, 2014 at 5:21 pm #

      I do not think it is as simple as to say that people are just “jealous”, as some people claim. Although that is probably true in some cases, there is a lot of deep resentment inside of people, including men, because they do not find true fulfillment and love in life, because the sex-obsessed culture has turned us all into objects. Because SEX…IS…NOT…LOVE…. but everybody today is in a cesspool, whether we want to be or not. It used to be that not even prostitutes would act/dress/speak that way in public.

      • Diane April 29, 2014 at 5:28 pm #

        I am not inspired by what you do, I am sad, and I wish you would realize that there is a philosophical and sociological connection between this man’s behavior and psychological problems and the way that women have objectified themselves over the past decades.

  351. Julie June 29, 2015 at 12:15 pm #

    Thank your for sharing with such honesty. Society is so sick in wanting to tear people down. Your personality is so infectiously fun and I hope you know that you bring joy to people. One thing I have learned is that people that hate, actually hate themselves. Keep being your awesome self and know that so many enjoy you and your uniquely fun and twisted sense of humor 🙂

  352. Jen June 29, 2015 at 10:01 pm #

    Hang in there! People are assholes, but majority of people aren’t. Focus on the good people in the world and try to ignore the jackasses of the world.

  353. Roxyj June 29, 2015 at 10:49 pm #

    You’re amazing. The world needs more real people, and young girls need women (especially those in the public eye) who talk about eating and being human and who stick up for themselves. Fuck that small man and his filth.

  354. Allie November 18, 2016 at 2:45 pm #

    I know you said no comments, but your vivacity, humor, and spunk are a true inspiration!! You don’t put on typical Hollywood/model airs and just share your musings of the world and that is what makes you so beautiful! Thank you for the inspiration, recipes, and the heaping side dish of snark!

  355. Sophie Lambert February 28, 2017 at 9:05 pm #

    You are truly amazing. Spot on venting.

  356. Claire prescott June 20, 2017 at 1:00 pm #

    Chrissy! I miss you- please write more!!!

  357. paulina October 19, 2017 at 8:10 pm #

    hi I love you and your wit and are so happy you’re back!!

  358. David Nelson November 20, 2017 at 12:59 pm #

    Chrissy, I just read this. You are right, this guy is a vile and despicable human being who obviously has some extreme issues and is jealous as hell. You are amazing and have all the qualities he wishes he has. You are gorgeous, smart, have a tremendous personality which is off the charts and are hilarious, witty and a lot of fun! John is extremely lucky to have you and I am sure he knows it and appreciates you! One in a million is not an exaggeration about you, it is really probably one in 7 billion!

    There are a lot of jealous haters out there and I know it is easy for me to say but this guy’s comments should roll right off your back because they are so incredibly off base. If anything we should probably feel pity for him because think how unhappy, incredibly miserable and sick he is to write so negatively about others. I guess that is the only way he can make a living? And what is wrong with mankind that anyone would even read that stuff?

    What matters is what you think and you should think you are one of the most incredible people on this planet You have given a lot of joy and laughs to me and millions just by listening to you or reading what you write (love your cookbook!) – besides being stunningly gorgeous from head to toe!

    Congratulations on your baby, I just saw the pictures, she is so cute, absolutely adorable. She does have some pretty amazing genes is an understatement!


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