Chrissy Teigen just wants people to take a joke!
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model took to Twitter to defend herself, after receiving backlash from joking at Lauren Conrad's New York Fashion Week show that she has a "No hot nannies" rule in her home.
"Just like low carb diet of licking chips, my 'no hot nannies' comment was a joke, clearly lost upon many. what is life. why must i type this," Chrissy wrote on Friday.
"I guess literally saying it was a running joke in the house just isn't quite enough sometimes. I was ASKED this," she continued, in a response to a fan tweet about how one site reacted to her comments.
"I don't just go into random rants about hot nannies," she said in a tweet. "The post asked, I jokingly answered. It isn't that f*cking deep."
By the time Monday rolled around, Chrissy was exhausted with the whole ordeal, and ready to cut a deal.
"Hot nannies joke ruining my life," she wrote. "I will hire two hot nannies as penance."
Chrissy's husband, John Legend, was completely fine with that arrangement. "Well, whatever you think is best, my love," he joked in a reply to her on Twitter.
"No hot nannies, drivers or maids," Chrissy declared in a Tweet at Fashion Week last Wednesday. "It’s an ongoing joke in my house. I do want to have kids one day, so it’s something that I have to think about. But the rule is no hot nannies. I trust John, but you never know with these men."
"It’s too late for me, though, because I have a hot assistant — she is cute," she jokingly added. "I have to keep an eye on my assistant now, damn!"
"Christine, you’re done!" Chrissy finally concluded. Interestingly enough, Christine also happens to be the first name of Christine Ouzounian, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's former nanny
, who has been seen out and about since the married couple's split, and is at the heart of infidelity rumors with Ben
Luckily, Chrissy can hold her own. The 29-year-old model has found herself having to defend herself quite often online. From the time she was accused of promoting eating disorders
with her "licking the seasoning off Doritos" comments...
She defended these photos, not as "some big feminist statement or something," but rather as an issue of double standards.
"If the boys can do it, why can't I do it too?" Chrissy asked.