@danieljbillo, you put our thoughts into words. Frankly, if anything, we are even more concerned about the dangers of the giant yellow pen. Our two left feet are scared to death about it falling on anyone who walks out of that bathroom.
Me, uncomfortably fidgeting in Gigi Hadid's house, absentmindedly clicking in and out an 8 ft. ballpoint pen. pic.twitter.com/LaUJXv9JwG— Daniel Billo (@danieljbillo) July 27, 2020
Same here, @whysimonewhy. Same here. If you ask us, the pasta jars on the counter are equally a concern. Are they going to cook that dyed, horrifying-looking pasta? Are the cabinet doors somehow collapsable? We need answers!
gigi hadid’s inedible dyed pasta cabinet facades ruined my day pic.twitter.com/KshoowuMuT— ???? (@whysimonewhy) July 26, 2020
@thepaintress1, we think they got bored in quarantine. That and too many DIY and 5-min craft videos can lead you to do some crazy stuff. Someone should have said something to Gigi. On another note, we are waiting on that sale, too.
The rich just keep finding more creative ways to call us poor now they painted pasta purely for decorative purposes but I still gotta wait for Barilla to go on sale https://t.co/xoeQH1sEBe— Mona Jo Lisa (that's not my name) (@thepaintress1) July 26, 2020
We haven’t been to a lot of hostels backpacking, so we don’t know for sure. But @sarahhtabet’s statement has us questioning everything. Why go to a European hostel when you can bring it to you? Why anyone would do that is beyond our imagination.
i could show you pictures from gigi hadid’s manhattan apartment and pictures from the €15 a night hostels i stayed in when i backpacked in europe last summer and i guarantee you wouldn’t be able to tell which is which— america’s sweetheart (@sarahhtabet) July 26, 2020
Excuse us, we need a moment or two to get it together. @thisisheidib, we love your sense of humor. Not gonna lie, the house does look like someone went above and beyond with DIY house decor ideas. Maybe YouTube got the best of her?
Gigi Hadid, with nearly unlimited access to art and culture, decorating her apartment like pic.twitter.com/sqqH6Eby1o— Heidi Butler (@thisisheidib) July 27, 2020
We all know that is going to happen. We might not know when, but this is definitely going down in history with larger-than-life images and out-of-the-box ideas that none of us understand. @rosalyster, can you give them some decent captions, though?
Sincerely can’t wait for hello magazine to give Gigi hadid’s apartment the treatment it deserves. Huge photo of that big pen leaning against the wall. Closeup of the stair runners and funny sofa cushions. Caption that says WELL READ under a photo of the New Yorker wall paper. Mmm— Rosa Lyster (@rosalyster) July 26, 2020
@Ceilidhann, we have a theory. What if they are just chocolates designed to look like billiard balls? Imagine walking past, and Gigi picks one up and bites into it, surprising everyone? What if the kitchen top can be turned into a pool table?
I plan to spend all day thinking about the trough full of pool balls in Gigi Hadid's kitchen. pic.twitter.com/o9FXGl0und— Kayleigh Donaldson (@Ceilidhann) July 27, 2020
@valerieloftus makes a solid point. We have been seeing too many of those minimalist homes and safe color plays. Let’s remember that everyone is free to make their choices. If an atomic explosion of colors is what tickles your fancy, then go for it!
I dunno, in the era of the grey velvet influencer couch and Kimye's concrete slab-house, I appreciate that Gigi is a maximalist! Pasta doors or no https://t.co/HQqifT32Ma— Valerie Loftus (@valerieloftus) July 27, 2020
@AnnaCafolla, we don’t completely agree with what you’re trying to say. The presence or absence of abundance wealth isn’t exactly a factor that dictates your choices. Would any of you give up your favorites when you run into more money?
the correlation between wealth and appalling taste shown most evidently in gigi hadid's interior design choices pic.twitter.com/xAjCcpW4jH— Anna Cafolla (@AnnaCafolla) July 26, 2020
Twitter really does love a competition. When Gigi invited people to have a view of her house, Twitter was first busy criticizing her choices. However, @aherman2006 is here to remind us of other celeb houses that we hate.
gigi hadid: I have the most garish celebrity home— Alison Herman (@aherman2006) July 28, 2020
bella thorne: hold my capri sun pic.twitter.com/Kxr8vsBKrV
@kswiftthegreat reminded us that we may or may not need to look at Lena Dunham’s house again (we choose to do the latter). This might not work for us, but it’s not like we have to live there.
As a Gigi Hadid stan it pains me to say this— kittybswift (@kswiftthegreat) July 27, 2020
I don't like her taste in interior design. The intentional Anthropologie quirk of the giant pen and the pool balls etc. reminds me of Lena Dunham's. Lena's New York home is far worse than Gigi's though.
It took us a while to get used to the explosion of colors and quirkiness, but we think it’s growing on us. Now that we are on the “like it” stage, maybe it won’t take us all that long to get where @MichaelKayePR is?
Can @GiGiHadid design my future home please and thanks— Michael Kaye (@MichaelKayePR) July 27, 2020