Ramona From 'RHONY' Reacts To Her Behavior In Mexico By Saying She Would've Slept On A Beach Chair

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Ramona Singer is known for being "The Apologizer" and also for making some ridiculous statements. In a Bravo blog posted on Thursday reacting to Wednesday's Real Housewives of New York City, Ramona said she feels bad about her behavior in Mexico. So much so, Ramona says she would've slept on a beach chair, instead of fighting like a child for the best room at the resort Bethenny Frankel so graciously booked for herself and her friends.

"The place we went to was magical and the irony is there was not a bad room in the villa," she wrote. "I would have been happy to sleep in a beach chair." Really, Ramona? A beach chair? Season after season, fans have watched Ramona, alongside her BFF Sonja Morgan, run around in search of the best room possible, because that is the only way for them to enjoy their luxurious vacations. That's exactly what Ramonja did in Mexico.

As Ramona declared in Mexico, when she fought with Bethenny, Dorinda, Carole Radziwill, and Tinsley Mortimer over the room lottery put in place by Bethenny, "You know how Superman if he's not near Kryptonite, he dies? [Note: Superman dies if he is near Kryptonite]. If I'm in the shade, in the dark, I'm gonna die." That's how dramatic she made the situation of choosing rooms.

It's really no surprise that she reacted the way she did, because this is, sadly, the type of behavior fans expect from Ramona.

Yes, it seems that Ramona recognizes how awful she was. "What I am not proud about was my behavior on my night in Mexico with the girls," she also wrote in her blog. "I acted out in too many ways to count." That's a step in the right direction for the 60-year-old.

However, viewers will have to wait and see if she'll actually sleep on a beach chair come the ladies' next vacation, because who knows if Ramona will be invited back as a Housewife (let's hope not).