Farrah Abraham says a lot of things.
And there's really no reason at all for like 95 percent of the word salads she cooks up.
Like sure, she's allowed to say what she wants, because it's a free country or whatever.
But in all honestly, does anyone really benefit from the vast majority of these thoughts?
So many of the things that come out of Abraham's mouth are absolute garbage, if we're being honest here today.
And it really feels like the world would be a better place if she could just zip it more often than not, you know?
Where do we even begin ...
Most of the time, the things that she says are just dumb.
Like when she lies about going to Harvard or when she calls herself a "top 10 listed celebrity in the nation."
This is stupidity, to the zenith. Yet relatively harmless.
But sometimes, she says things that not relatively harmless, but truly harmful and just plain unacceptable.
Unfortunately, this seems to be one of those times.
We say "seems," by the way, because we're talking about a written statement from Farrah, which means that we're barely able to understand it.
But from what we can tell ... well, it's not good.
OK, so a few days ago, Farrah hopped on Twitter to share some seriously jumbled thoughts.
"So odd when we see cultural races that have been on surveys, included in business etc for decades yet they say their barely seen and then they limit Muslim women on giving birth," she wrote.
"Try being #middleeastern #china mental illness should really be spoken about more," she concluded, adding a gif from the 1997 Disney classic, Hercules.
When you first read it, it doesn't make a ton of sense, because of course it doesn't.
However, we're kind of scholars in the subject of Farrah's bizarre way of speaking at this point, so we think we've got a pretty good grasp of what she's trying to say.
And it ain't good.
It seems like the "cultural races" she's referring to here are Asian people, considering the huge surge of anti-Asian hate crimes recently and the strong effort to raise awareness about that.
So she's saying (we think) that Asian people have "been on surveys" and "included in business" for a long time.
As such, it's strange to her that they're complaining about racism.
This holds up because there are plenty of reports about Uighur women, who are mostly Muslim, being forced on birth control in China.
(The "China" hashtag" is also a pretty clear indicator of what she's talking about.)
If that's true, then she thinks that Asian people should realize that being Middle Eastern is more difficult, because apparently racism is a competition to her.
And that last part, horrifically enough, appears to suggest that she thinks Asian people are mentally ill for complaining about racism and hate crimes.
Moreover, she may be hinting that this "issue" should be talked about more often.
Is there any other way to read her tweet?
Because we can't think of any.
It's also important to note here that Farrah, who turns 30 years old on May 31, has a bit of a history of making racist remarks.
Remember the time she said that she's only attracted to white men?
That "I'm not really into Black guys" because "that's more of a Kardashian thing"?
Or the time that she was in an argument with Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson's mother on Marriage Boot Camp?
Where she called her a "f-cking disgusting black piece of sh-t"?
Or hey, if none of that rings a bell, what about the time that she showed up in the comments of one of Blac Chyna's Instagram posts.
The ever-classy Farrah wrote, for reasons unknown, "F-ckin monkey ewe sh-t come up 4 what she is a nothing"?
If she's said all of that, then it's really not a stretch to think that she could say something blatantly racist on Twitter.
In fact, it might not be surprising in the least.
What do you think about Farrah's latest, not-so-greatest statement? Are we making too much out of nothing?