Martha Stewart drunk commented on a video of chicks.
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Martha Stewart just got caught drunk-commenting on Instagram videos, but she seems to be laughing it off. 

Stewart had one too many glasses of wine, and tried to share some advice on caring for baby chicks on a Texas hen house Instagram account. She cleared it up the next morning, but not before people freaked out on Twitter.

Thankfully Comments by Celebs is always looking out and caught Stewart's drunk message. 


Stewart's comment was hard to decipher. She wrote, "M as me sure you feed and wAter them daily And keep the heat lss as no BK in s as Nd when you can finally come back to nyc who is going to care for them??"

A hen house in Marfa, Texas, was showing off their baby chicks for Easter. 


"It's remarkable how fast these chicks turn into chickens; it took less than 2 weeks for them outgrow their brooder and we had to move them to larger digs. Good thing too, because round 2 of chicks will be arriving just in time for Easter," the hen house tweeted. Martha Stewart was far more concerned with who was caring for the chicks.

The Best Little Hen House In Texas didn't seem to mind.


Stewart cleared up her initial message, and wrote, "What a mess I have been drinking." The Texas hen house commented back "I LOVE YOU." So it seems all is forgiven.

Other people started commenting on the video in reply to Stewart's drunk message. 

People could relate to Stewart's drunk message. There was no outrage toward the comment, and people laughed it off. I'm sure Stewart felt a little embarrassed, but hey, we've all been there. 

Martha Stewart owned her mistake.

After people started noticing her comment she tweeted, "Confession: yes I had two glasses of wine with my detainees - a very very good wine - when I composed a voice activated IG response to my friend Douglas Friedman  Obviously I did not check it!!!" So, it looks like the message was a classic case of speak-to-text gone wrong.

Thankfully fans are being understanding.

"Too funny. Ah you're human. I wish my drunk messages were useful for chickens," one person tweeted. Honestly, how wholesome is it that when she was drunk, she was namely thinking of chicken safety.

Keep the wine flowing, Martha, we support you.

"I tip my witches hat to you," one person replied to Stewart with a gif of her pouring out of a wine bottle. As the quarantine goes on, more wine will be flowing for Martha and us.