In a recent Twitter post, Farrah tweeted out the link to her Amazon wish list and thanked fans in advance for essentially opening their wallets so that she didn't have to dig into her own pocket.
Obviously, this didn't sit well with many people. "...She's made plenty of money on porno and appearances, she can buy her own sh-t," one person replied. "Farrah is a self-entitled, greedy a--hole," another wrote.
In fact, there wasn't one positive response to Farrah's wish list, with everyone being pretty offended that she had the nerve to ask them to buy her presents.
Among the items Farrah is begging her fans to buy her: a small extension dining table from Arhaus furniture ($1,299), a side chair--also from Arhaus ($599), a chandelier ($629), two Sherri Hill dresses ($650 and $698), a coffee table from Pottery Barn ($799) and a Persian-style rug from Pottery Barn ($179).
There are also some less-expensive gifts on Farrah's wish list, including a sequin bikini ($25.95) and a "sexy" superhero costume ($35). Apparently, Farrah thinks this will give her extra superpowers, because she wrote next to the item "I'm super women :) fun." Seriously, why just be one Super Woman when you can be super women?
Do you think it's rude of Farrah to ask her fans to buy her gifts when she's supposedly so rich?