As the only British, Caucasian female on the cast, I particularly got the brunt of things when people mistook my accent, demeanor, humor, or style for being a snob. I am certainly not a snob, and I do not look down on people. That being said I am no wallflower either. I speak my mind, dance to the beat of my own drum, and I consider myself quite unique in my ways, with a sense of humor, a good heart, and good intentions. Not everyone got me this season, but those who did care deeply about the real person that I am.
I found it especially rude and mean the bitter comments from Mariah's mother, saying that I am "fake". It is ironic. Her bitterness was spewed under more fake hair than a Barbie convention, along with her wig and fake walking partner. I may have had a few Botox injections, but I have had far less surgery than Mariah. So once again we are dealing with double standards.
For the entire season I have endured the wrath of Mariah and her family. I cannot help but wonder what the it could have been like for me had I always agreed with her ways, no matter what, as Quad did. I know that Quad was concerned that Mariah considers herself connector of the ladies, as she brought us together, and so Quad worries that speaking out against Mariah will have a negative impact on her.
Quad often remarked in her blogs not to "cut off the hand that feeds you."
I have to say that I strongly disagree.