DM – But never fear, Gwynnie fans, the lifestyle guru still be keeps busy: ‘I have a rule about one movie a year, so I can’t shoot anything for a while, but I’m developing some material and working on the site and raising kids.’ The daughter of actress Blythe Danner and late producer Bruce Paltrow can command millions per movie which affords her the luxury of taking a break from work. But pity poor Gwynnie – who was born into the Hollywood elite – because all she dreams of is working a office job. ‘I think it’s different when you have an office job because it’s routine and you know you can do all the stuff in the morning, and then you come home in the evening. ‘When you’re shooting a movie, they’re like, “We need you to go to Wisconsin for two weeks,” and then you work 14 hours a day, and that part of it is very difficult. I think to have a regular job and be a mom … of course, there are challenges, but it’s not like being on set.’
Somebody put this bitch’s head in a box again. Couldn’t be any further away from reality if she dropped acid in Narnia. Hey, sugartits, you wanna switch lives for a bit? Could be a good sociological experiment. Would love to take a break from real life to make millions for a month’s work. Conversely you can see the highlights of what living paycheck to paycheck really does for the soul. Because you haven’t seen rock bottom until you realize you’ve just eaten out of a can of tuna for breakfast. After that you can struggle hungover off your dick at a Farmer’s Market on Saturday from 7-3. Try your best to pay the rent by slinging linguine to rich skanks somehow more bitchier than you who will look and act like their first born has been slaughtered in front of them because you don’t have Gluten Free rigatoni in stock this week. You say you’ll have it for them next time but how will they be able to lose weight in their mind for the next 7 days??? Fuck you for getting me fired up Paltrow.
Plus being a mother isn’t the most difficult job on the planet like every mommy makes it sound. For confirmation, we turn to Bill Burr: