It Looks Like Candy Spelling’s Christmas Check Cleared Early

November 30, 2013 / Posted by:

While the rest of us are still recovering from a weekend of gluttony and being painfully reminded of what giant disappointments we are to our parents, Radar says Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott packed up their collective five kids and a nanny last Wednesday, escaping the hard knock life of doing my two favorite things, jack and shit, to the tune of a $10,000 getaway to the St. Regis Monarch Bay Resort in Dana Point, CA.

The group booked three rooms at more than $500 each for the four-day holiday weekend–and had no problem handling other hotel expenses, such as a $35 per day parking fee and Thanksgiving buffet costing $115 per adult and $35 per child.  Tori spent even more for the other meals and activities!

Someone needs to sit Tori down with a Power Point presentation heavy on the visual aids, a pop up book with small words or flash cards- SOMETHING to get her to understand what it truly means to be a broke bitch if she’s going to complain about being one.

Broke bitches don’t take swanky vacations to upscale resorts, they stay at the HoJo’s in the next town over. They don’t spend $115 per person on Thanksgiving buffets, they buy Hungry Man turkey dinners in August on special and eat three of them while watching Clarissa Explains It All reruns in their underwear. They don’t have a nanny to watch their kids, they barricade the bathroom door and cry while seriously contemplating the upsides of Safe Haven laws.

Tori needs to let go of the lavish lifestyle to which she’s become accustomed and embrace the joys of using a gas card for groceries like the rest of us!

(Photo: Instagram)

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