Farrah Abraham Busy Writing A Novel And Forever Talking Nonsense


Who has ten fingers, ten toes, and ten plastic surgeons on speed dial? Farrah Abraham, of course, and her never ending quest for attention continues with a new Keek video and a short chat about what she's been up to lately. 

The soon-to-be laughingstock of Couples Therapy took to Keek yesterday – sans Christmas face – to show us what a hard-working author looks like. "Does it look like I'm busy working? Oh yes! No makeup, totally hair back, and doing it all. This is what it looks like to be a New York Times best-selling author." 

Farrah went on to reveal that she's writing an "amazing amazing novel" for our amusement, err, reading pleasure.

Speaking to Kallum Green of Mosh ​News, Farrah shared, "Right now I'm doing some Teen Mom stuff. Starting out in 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom – it's always going to be a part of my life! I have tried my hardest to continue my education and continue being hard working and striving for everything, whether it's acting, modeling, or culinary aspirations. But, all in all, my never ending job is continuously being a good mom." 


"In my spare time I like to be alone and sleep," added the best mom ever.

What gets Farrah's panties (assuming she's wearing any) in a bunch?  "I have a couple of pet peeves. If people are unprofessional with myself or if others try to be celebrity cool all of the time," said the up-and-coming novelist. "I like to have authentic, honest, and professional people around me." 

Um, I'll take an example of "unprofessional with myself" for $500, Farrah.

"I think the most unbelievable rumor that has ever been said about me, and is still said, is that I'm a porn star when I'm not.  It is a pet peeve, but I just don't listen to it. I think it's outlandish that people think that of me." 


Yes – it's so bizarre.

When asked if she'd like to say anything else to her fans, Farrah added, "A lot of the things I do like to talk about with my fans and the way we all relate to each other is if we can help out with their foundations or charities. A lot of my fans may have cancer or a lot of struggling issues all over the world – and I try to keep in touch with that. It's hard, but I really work on it with my fans."

Um, I'll take WTF are you talking about for $2,000, Farrah. 



Dec 13, 2013 | by f1abraham on Keek.com


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