Monday, 8 November 2010

More from the Panty Mantis

Sadly this time no personal communication - I Dunno ...perhaps she's grown less fond of me recently or perhaps she's starting to realise that Pleasure Ureself is a viable competitor to her offering...

Happily though she's still giving us snippets from her mastepiece to consider (and thanks to R for linking this one up!)

"Whenever I am feeling tired or maybe a little sorry for myself I make a mental note of all the things I have to be grateful for.

Blimey - I think hell has frozen over - is she actually saying her life is not all rainbows and Blooms

Gratitude helps me when I am on a swimwear shoot and it’s snowing; or when I’m getting up at 4am for work.

Ah no - phew - its just the "hard" life of a model thats getting her down - she's missed getting the glitter in her toes out of that list

I remind myself that everything I do is moving me towards my goals. Being grateful gives me an immediate boost of energy and brings me back to the moment……

I thought she'd already achieved her lifes ambition..... Poor Orlando - all that only to find she's got more to achieve...

Simply being grateful can change your whole perspective on life. If ever I am having a bad day or if things aren’t going quite to plan and I feel like giving up on my dreams, I take a step outside my world and then I get to see just how lucky I am.

yes yes we know we're all so jellus of your fabulous life PM

I encourage you to do that. Next time you are feeling down, take a trip to the mall, a homeless shelter or a children’s hospital and take a look around.

Interesting advice from someone that seems to only take advantage of this type of lesson in life when a camera is trained on her and her PR Machine is waiting to swing into action in the wings...

When we take time to acknowledge everything around us, we get to appreciate just how lucky we really are….

Here is an affirmation from Louise Hay, say this to yourself morning and night:

“I am grateful for each day”.

Well that's original..... I wonder what her take is

Here is my take on this affirmation:

“I am grateful for who I am and who I am not.

oh man, I'm really having to sit on my fingers not to type a real translation of that one

I am grateful for the life I have been given and for all that I have and all that I don’t have.

Ok I can't contain myself: So she's grateful that she has Orlando all to herself and that she's not fat n jellus like us - we get the message PM....

Every breath I take is a blessing and an opportunity to fully experience the sheer joy of being alive.”

If only I felt the same way panty mantis - there would be no need for this post

Invest in a gratitude journal: every morning write down what you will be grateful for in the day and every night, write down what you have been grateful for.

OK - I can try this one

I'm grateful for being a fat n jellus cow
I'm grateful for rating sarcasm as one of the highest forms of intelligence
I'm grateful i dont plagiarise other peoples quotes without proper reference
Im grateful my "expert" is called Dr. Bob and can't say his 'w's

I always knew that Treasure ureself would be worth its weight in gold.... if it hadn't sold out i might even at the point of purchasing a copy - it strikes me it could be even funnier than the Go Fug Yourself book


  1. Does she really think she's bringing gods' wisdom to us poor silly airheads??!?
    It's disgusting,I can accept and appreciate life advices from somebody who actually has gone through its roughness,but this useless model should only open her mouth to pleasure her bimbo husband.

  2. her words of wisdom have all the hallmarks of someone that is trying to sound wise and in fact has difficulty telling which way is up.....

  3. I am grateful that her pile of shit is not being sold at barnes and nobles.

  4. I have NO WORDS!

  5. dont give her ideas Ducati - the above is proof that she cant cope with them....

  6. Good

    For M
    Quotations from François de La Rochefoucauld
    "On parle peu quand la vanité ne fait pas parler.
    When not prompted by vanity, we say little."