The dumb battle between Sofia Vergara and her chunky skid mark of an ex, Nick Loeb, is still going on. Nick is suing Sofia for the right to implant their frozen embryos (that were made when they were together) into a leased baby oven. Sofia wants the embryos to stay frozen. Nick’s lawsuit was originally filed in California, but last year he re-filed it in Louisiana and probably because it’s an “embryo safe haven” and he has a better chance at winning there. The Daily Beast says that the Onion Crunch mogul filed more papers in court. These latest papers are supposed to show what the problems in their relationship were. They also show what an ass he is.
Nick’s lawyers filed a declaration saying that the frozen embryos were one of three things that caused drama in his relationship with Sofia. The other things were Nick going to strip clubs and Sofia speaking her native language in front of him. Nick submitted a letter that he sent to Sofia, letting her know that it’s highly rude and very déclassé of her to speak Spanish with others while in his presence! Yes, this letter was submitted by Nick’s side. I can’t with that either.
“I like spending time with you out at night much more than any of my friends. What I do not like and what I will not put up with anymore is the Spanish, and no I do not like hanging out with you when you speak in Spanish, with others at the table or out with us.
I may as well be alone and for someone who cares so much for what other people think, I am surprised that you think its (sic) ok. Not only is it rude and disrespectful, it is classless. And for you to then berate, embarrass, and humiliate me in front of others when I ask you to stop is not happening anymore. You tell me, I need to remind you, and then I do and you make fun of the situation. I should never of let this get this far, but I have some boundaries that I have let you cross, and this is one of them. It’s not ok, you will not do this anymore, or I will just get up, leave and go.”
98% of my mom’s side speaks fluent Spanish and for many of them, it’s their first language. My sister and I are the 2%. We mostly just know the curse words (aka the most important words!). During get-togethers, everyone speaks Spanish to each other, of course, and I sit there trying to figure out what they’re saying. It’s how I learned the Spanish I do know. One time my cousin told me that she’s really happy I don’t know Spanish really well, because they can freely talk about my ass in front of me. So Nick should be thankful that Sofia spoke in Spanish in front of him. She was probably telling her family and friends what a controlling pile of flaming ass scabs he is, and it would’ve really made things awkward if she said it English.
And I bet Nick thinks his name in Spanish is “pendejo.” Because every time Sofia said pendejo, she’d gesture toward him.