For about a week or so, the world took a break from hating on Kim Zolciak to pity her and send her and her family well wishes instead.
After all, her four-year-old son was attacked by a dog and required surgery and a hospital stay -- it really wasn't the time to point out her never-ending obnoxiousness, you know?
But, as Kim has said, little Kash is healing wonderfully, and he'll be fine after the attack.
It's great news, it really is, because thank goodness that poor kid is going to be OK.
And also because now things can get back to normal when it comes to Kim and criticizing her big, dumb mouth.
For her latest act of terror, Kim actually thought it was a good idea to get on Twitter and offer up her 20-year-old daughter, Brielle Biermann, in exchange for a chance to meet John Legend.
Really, she did this.
She directed her tweet to Chrissy Teigen, John's unbearably lovely wife, writing "Sooo ur hubby is comin to ATL may19 & Kash is beyond OBSESSED w him! who does Brielle have to blow in order to meet him?? LOL."
It's sad, because it would have been a sweet gesture -- after what he's been through recently, of course it would be nice if he was able to meet John.
But to ask Chrissy "who does Brielle have to blow in order to meet him"? ... Seriously?
Chrissy took the message in stride, responding with "Plz don't blow anyone it's not that good of a show. Jk it's good but I'll get you tix without the oral."
Unfortunately for Kim, not everyone responded so graciously.
"Just a suggestion," one person wrote in response to Kim's tweet, "but you know you can just go on Ticketmaster and not pimp out your daughter?"
Another told her "This is a 'joke' that totally crosses the line. Kim you are dumber than I thought you were for not deleting this by now."
One person who means well but is obviously not familiar with this family asked "Where did the class go???", and another even called this "child abuse," and "unacceptable behavior from a parent."
It seems like even Kim's biggest fans are taking issue with her comment -- one of them told her "I love you Kim & always defend you, but seriously??? Who in their right mind can think this is funny?"
That question makes the assumption that Kim is in her right mind, which has yet to be proven.
Look, Kim, it's not that hard, honey. Just don't be weird. Don't make creepy comments about your own kids.
If in the future you feel an urge to offer sexual favors from your daughter in exchange for goods or services, just don't do that.
It's that simple.