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Farrah Abraham Says It’s Okay To Wax Your Toddler’s Eyebrows If They’re Asleep

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Eureka, I’ve got it!  I’ve finally figured out what pop-culture related Halloween costume I’m doing this year!  Drumroll, please….Farrah Abraham‘s lips!  While the rest of you are fighting over who’s got the best Miley Cyrus hair ‘do, I’ll be attempting to sip my drinks through the latest edition of Farrah’s face, which makes a waxy appearance on Bethenny on Monday.

Oh, but that’s not all.  An audience member decides to (rightly so, in my opinion) give Farrah a little beef about her parenting decisions as of late, and even though it’s difficult to tell for sure, Farrah’s face does not take kindly to criticism.  You see, earlier this year (pre-porn, post-DUI I believe), Farrah shared a pearl of parenting wisdom with her Twitter followers:  it’s okay that she plucked her four-year-old daughter’s eyebrows, because she was asleep at the time.  That’s right.  Give ‘em a complex about their physical appearance as early as possible, I say!  Needless to say, the audience couldn’t wait to pounce on Farrah over this and about a million other brainless, offensive things she’s done.  I’m personally planning on tuning into Monday’s show to see if Farrah elaborates on the hot, lesbianic activities of feminists.

The lady in the audience (aka my new best friend) stood up and berated Farrah for potentially damaging the self-esteem of her daughter, but Farrah thinks we all need to relax: “After that whole situation in the media, I actually got a lot of fan mail from girls who were younger, who did have unibrows, and they only wished that their moms would have helped them.” Yes, I’m sure we’d find sacks and sacks of snail mail applauding you, Farrah.

Then the audience member, who deserves at least a little bit of flack for sitting in the audience for Bethenny to begin with, in addition to actually engaging Farrah and her Mrs. Doubtfire mask of a face, said exactly what runs through my mind every time I read a new Farrah Abraham headline: ”My head is going to pop off, I swear.”

(Photo: WENN)

 

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  • Lu

    I understand that this article is tongue in cheek and the point is that she’s just awful, but it’s pretty shitty to accuse someone of ruining her daughter’s self esteem while insulting her physical appearance. I’m not saying I disagree, it just makes the point a bit ironic. If I was constantly being insulted about my appearance publicly (and I already had other issues) of course I would want to protect my daughter from the same insults.