Martha Stewart, how could you? When you're known as the queen of perfect and beautiful food, you are not allowed to tweet this photo of an iceberg lettuce wedge that looks well, like it's been barfed on:
Iceberg wedge with homemade Russian dressing. Perfect salad for the onion soup lunch pic.twitter.com/KQatWUKUdl— Martha Stewart (@MarthaStewart) November 17, 2013
So you can't be that surprised when these are the reactions you get:
.@dansaltzstein So disillusioning. This is like seeing Jascha Heifetz play Tchaikovsky's violin concerto on his armpits.— Pete Wells (@pete_wells) November 18, 2013
martha stewart wins for #struggleplate of the year!— Dr. Kortney Ziegler (@fakerapper) November 18, 2013
I just...........I keep waiting for Martha Stewart to say she was hacked. But it's been like 2 hrs since she posted her #StrugglePlate. 😔— Emmy (@EmeraldCityLive) November 18, 2013
Martha busted into her bottle of prison wine today apparently. #StrugglePlate— FoxxiLiberal (@FoxxiLiberal) November 18, 2013
Daaaamn. Just saw the Martha #struggleplate. WHY MARTHA?!?! Is this code? Are you in trouble??— Jenn Diaz (@JenMeanIt) November 18, 2013
And yep, now there's a Change.org petition begging Martha to get better at taking photos.
Just make the pain stop, Martha. Make it stop.
UPDATED 6:50 p.m.: Martha responds to her #StrugglePlate.
There seems to be some buzz about my food pics. Actually the onion soup was utterly delicious and the ice berg wedge divine.— Martha Stewart (@MarthaStewart) November 18, 2013