Until this week, Chrissy Teigen was somewhat famous for modeling bikinis, her prolific tweeting habit, and being engaged to singer John Legend. Now? She's known for slut-shaming Farrah Abraham.

When people tried explaining the concept to the Sports Illustrated model, she did what people losing arguments tend to do: Change the subject and insult everyone.

Teigen began her rant earlier this week with this tweet:

 
If you aren't up on your modern feminism, the argument against Teigen, in a nutshell, states that when women and society slut-shame, it leads to victimization of women in society as a whole: Rape and assault victims, if otherwise promiscuous, can be said to be "asking for it" if they're attacked; men also feel freer to call women "sluts" and "whores" if we as women call each other that. Bottom line: It's essentially using sex to keep us down.

While it appears Teigen's initial point was about Abraham's publicity hunger -- a valid observation -- it can be argued that Teigen is doing the exact same thing, just in a different way. (To wit: Did you know Teigen's name before? Or that she has a VH1 show? We bet you do now!)

For the next few hours, Chrissy read her replies and responded. Over and over ... and over.

 
Teigen clearly was still confused about the slut-shaming concept hours later, but instead of just walking away from the keyboard for a while, she carried on:

 
There was more, but as you can see, this went on for hours.

For her part, Abraham has yet to comment. Which may be the smartest thing she's ever done.