We're never too eager to pay Farrah Abraham any compliments around here, but we'll say this to her credit -- the woman keeps us on our toes.
Farrah Abraham has released a new "comedy skit" that seems, to many fans, more like a drug-fueled tirade.
Abraham spends much of 11-minute clip bashing her 10-year-old daughter for her lack of work ethic.
The problem isn't that Sophia doesn't do her homework or complains about her chores.
No, the issue is that Sophia doesn't devote enough of her life to developing a web presence and creating a "brand" for herself.
Did we mention the girl is 10?
Anyway, apparently in Farrah's mind comedy and child abuse are pretty much the same thing.
Check it out; you really have to see it to believe it:
Apparently, Farrah doesn't really know what a comedy sketch is. Don't get us wrong, this is funny -- but not for the reasons she thinks it is ...
Queen of Laughs
Farrah kicks things off by informing the audience that she's upset, annoyed, and doesn't want to be doing this. Way to warm up the crowd!
We Have No Idea ...
After briefly breaking out an instrument that she calls a "bonjo" Farrah gets to the real point of this video -- savagely roasting her own mother and daughter!
The Family Hustle
Farrah's main complaint? Well, apparently her 10-year-old daughter likes to waste her time on crap like "getting ice cream with grandma" when she could be making money, dammit!
At this point, you might think we're exaggerating, so we encourage you take a moment and get through as much of Farrah's 11-minute clip as you can.
One-Way Roast Battle
Farrah starts out by slamming "excuse-makers,” saying “I don’t raise them. I don’t want them in my life. I can’t stand them."
"I’ve come to realize I just really don’t like manipulation, people wasting my time, people being annoying,” she continues.
So Far, So Good ...
Okay, not funny, exactly, but not terrible. After all, no one likes being manipulated.
Flipping the Script
But then, Farrah delivers a twist, revealing that the manipulative excuse-maker she's pissed at his her daughter, Sophia.
Kid! Can't Live With 'Em ... Can't Force Them to Sell Their Souls on the Internet
"When your kid does it to you. I’m almost to the point of like… I’m going to go on a tirade because I’m not going to allow my daughter to think she can manipulate me," Abraham continues.
Not the Brightest Bulb
Of course, by saying that, Farrah is basically admitting she's being manipulated by her daughter. But don't try to explain that to her ...
The Blame Game
From there Farrah explained her "everyone sucks except me" mentality, saying, "My family did it to me, my parents did it to me and now my child. You can only handle so much before I f--king crack!”
Speaking of Crack
Not surprisingly, at this point commenters began to speculate that Ms. Abraham was under the influence when she made this video.
Just Say No
“Stay off of drugs kids and people! This chick has totally lost it,” one commenter wrote.
“Just say no to drugs!” a second remarked.
Picking Up On a Theme?
“Am I the only one who is completely confused? Wtf is she even saying?! Dear God #dontdodrugskids," wrote a third.
Believe It Or Not, It Gets Worse ...
But if you thought Farrah seemed cracked out there. Just wait until you see the rest of the clip!
THIS Is Homeschooling?!
“Basically, I’m like, here is a list of things to do all day," Farrah says of her morning interaction with her daughter. "Don’t bother me and just do them.
Stupid Child Labor Laws!
"By the end of the day, I have all these organized excuses of why I couldn’t upload a video, why I couldn’t record a video, the wiFi went off, I tried the password and the password isn’t working," Farrah says. If only she could kick her ass out on the street!
We Get It, You Hate Excuse-Makers
"I am not taking excuses anymore!" an irate Farrah continued.
Is She Still Pretending to Do Comedy At This Point?
“It’s the cycle of manipulation with the people who taught her manipulation,” Farrah said. “It’s freaking sad. I’m not into excuse makers anymore.”
The Many Forms of Child Abuse
This weird tirade comes just days after Farrah created a Cameo account for her daughter.
And What Is Cameo?
That's a service in which people pay for video shout-outs from their favorite celebrities. Celebrities like 10-year-old Sophia. Creepy.
Fear For Sophia
“Her poor daughter,” a viewer commented on Farrah's video. “Child services needs to take that kid before she is damaged for life…”
“You must be on some bad stuff. Dead serious," wrote another. "When you wake up you will realize (if you have any brain cells left) that you went on social media and bashed your poor child. Your own child!”
Ya gotta love that fan's optimism for thinking that Farrah is gonna snap out of this one day. Dare to dream!