Martha Stewart Left a Confusing Drunk Comment Under an Instagram Post About Baby Chicks

I know we all say “literally me” or “big mood” about everything, but Martha Stewart leaving drunk comments on Instagram is the only quarantine vibe I’m trying to channel. Seriously, what workout videos? I’m working on my tolerance for when we can finally brunch again!

Okay, so while some of us kept checking our bank accounts for that elusive stimulus check over the weekend (hi!), Martha was living her best, most authentic life and scrolling through Instagram with a drink in hand. Again, mood. When she saw an account called The Best Little Hen House In Texas post a video of baby chickens growing up so fast, Martha dropped in with some incomprehensible wisdom. Honestly, IDK what the hell she was even trying to say, but I know it probably would’ve been great advice if her tipsy thumbs could’ve formed actual words.

She wrote,”M as me sure you feed and wAter them daily And keep the heat lss as no BK in s as Nd when you can finally come back to nyc who is going to care for them??” Yeah, all I got was that they need to be watered daily and these people might be moving back to NYC?

After she fired off that comment, Martha returned to admit, “What a mess I have been drinking.” Never have I ever felt this close to a celeb.

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And just a few hours ago, Martha explained why her message looked like a jumbled alphabet. She tweeted, “Confession: yes I had two glasses of wine with my detainees – a very very good wine – when I composed a voice activated IG response to my friend Douglas Friedman Obviously I did not check it!!!”

Confession: yes I had two glasses of wine with my detainees – a very very good wine – when I composed a voice activated IG response to my friend Douglas Friedman Obviously I did not check it!!!

If I drunk post this week, don’t bother me. I’m on my Martha Stewart sh*t, mmkay.

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