Friday, December 14, 2012

Farrah Releases a Children's Book & Perfume

Farrah is the ultimate teen mom entrepreneur! Not long after releasing a book about her life, "My Teenage Dream Ended," she is now ready to show the world her first children's book: Passy Perfume!   


Lets be honest, the book is basically an advertisement for her new toddler perfume line. The story is about Sophia's struggle to give up her pacifier. Sophia receives a "Passy Perfume" keepsake to replace her pacifier. 

You can buy this book on amazon (for your kindle) for $2.99

Here is the amazon description:
"Your most beloved reality star baby and mommy duo Farrah and Sophia Abraham from MTV's Teen Mom and 16 & Pregnant original cast are back with their second book. New York Times best selling author of My Teenage Dream Ended, Farrah Abraham wanted to expand her literary creativity and make a book relatable for all parents and children and the answer was Passy Perfume.Farrah has struggled with Sophia for two years back and forth through her baby and toddler stages trying to break the bad habit of the pacifier,through crying, bribery and exhaustion. Farrah finally won with promising Sophia one thing, her very own Passy Perfume, something that is timeless and has no bad consequences like crooked teeth! Farrah Abraham plans to bring Passy Perfume to market for all parents and children alike to have children sparkle with happiness with their timeles keepsake Passy Perfume." 

Now here is a video of Sophia doing her best at reading the book: 

15 comments:

  1. Wow she looks just like Farrah's mom Deborah in this picture

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  2. Farrah is far from my "most beloved reality star" lol

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  3. What an unfortunate font for a misspelling of "paci." Let's be real, it looks like it says pussy perfume.

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    1. I agree! Everyone I know spells it "paci", and that seriously looks like the word pussy!

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    2. Oh yes, truly unfortunate font choice to boot, that "a" reads WAY too much as a "u"! Also, who illustrated this hot mess? That looks no more like Sophia than it does the diaper-wearing dog that Farrah handed off to her old neighbor.

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    3. My issue isn't the font. To me there is a distinct difference between the A and the U. My problem is her spelling of "paci." Who the hell spells it "passy?"

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    4. I was so gonna say the same thing K! When you abbreviate a word you normally don't change the entire spelling. What? Is "pacifier" a trademark or something?
      Ugh Farrah.

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  4. Why do toddlers need perfume?

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    1. Why do dogs need tutus? It's stupid and dumb women will buy it.

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    2. lmao!!!! ^^^^^

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  5. I don't understand why she didn't just throw the damn thing out and put up with Sophia howling about for a week, two max, and it get over and done. She's just an attention seeker.

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    1. my thoughts exactly! when i saw farrahs book my first reaction was "why wont she disappear!!" lol

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  6. I also can't help but think that "Passy Perfume" (or Paci) is going to smell like toddler spit. *Gag*

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  7. I say good for her for marketing her fame and creating something that is going to make her money long after her face is off the TV. Farrah was far from my favorite and, frankly, I'm surprised she was smart enough to capitalize off her fame but, like I said, good for her. Will I buy either product? No. But I am sure there are lots of people who will.

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  8. If you dont give them a "paci " to begin with they wont even know what it is.

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