When turning on an episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, you have to be prepared for humble brags that will make you roll your eyes so far back, that your doctor will issue you a warning.
The amount of obnoxious quotes usually occurs at the beginning of each season, especially if new housewives are being introduced.
As we imagine producers off-camera asking what said housewife does/who she's married to, we braces ourselves for the name-dropping and net worth bombs that are coming our way.
Let's look back at some of the most self-important, hoity-toity things the grand dames of BH of have ever said.
“I have four nannies and they rotate."
Camille Grammar has two children.
“My husband is in real estate. Very high-end real estate.”
Kyle Richards requires validation.
“I was not just a child actress. I was the ‘Disney Girl.’
Kim Richards was IT once upon a time.
“I'm almost envious, in some respect, of people who are content with living the middle-class lifestyle.”
Taylor Armstrong wishes for a simpler life. Just kidding, being poor must be so boring.
“I’m not saying he’s not sexy. It’s just that after having sex with him for 16 years, it’s like, it would be nice to have a change.”
Marisa Zanuck is supremely bored.
“I'm so in love with my husband and my family and the life we created, so if that happened to me, I don't think I could go on.”
Kyle Richards pities your broken marriage.
“When Kelsey’s away, I tend to hang out with guy friends who are very athletic.”
Camille Grammer wants to borrow your husband.
“I do fly private a lot. But I don’t necessarily enjoy it as much as other people do.”
Kyle Richards fears flying in general more than she fears flying commercial. #Humble
“They're like four carats of diamonds, and then they're gold python, and they're made of gold."
It's cool though, cuz Wilkey heard that "people in Asia were buying even more extravagant ones, like $100,000 ones.”
“Kelsey and I have been flying private for years, until recently. Now we’re flying more commercial. You know. To be green.”
Camille Grammer cares about the environment. She just wishes it wouldn't affect her quality of life.
"I think my life described in one word is simply, 'blessed.'"
Flip your hair if you're feelin' good, Joyce Giraud.