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That's getting in the holiday spirit?
Farrah Abraham was recently at the Hustler store in West Hollywood, and she was promoting her own personalized brand of sex toys.
She was Elsa from the movie Frozen.
Sounds like Farrah Abraham has finally found her calling! Kind of!
Unfortunately for the world, but especially Texas, this new career is apparently only temporary. Whomp whomp.
Here's what's going on and why.
Farrah Abraham recently had to head back to her hometown of Council Bluffs, Iowa.
It's always nice to go back home but under the circumstances, we're sure she wasn't the happiest camper: her grandfather, Goodmond H. Danielsen, Jr., passed away.
She was attending his funeral.
Well this has to be one of the strangest career moves since, well, EVER!
Since releasing her sex tape and earning the title of Backdoor Teen Mom, Farrah Abraham's career has taken some interesting twists and turns and she has essentially gone from a reality starlet to a published author!
For the most part, she's stuck with writing what she knows about, and seems to have a knack for erotica! However, she recently turned heads when she said she would be releasing a Christian book on parenting!
Well apparently her inspiration from the big guy upstairs doesn't stop there, as she now says she's looking to
Her imagination seems to be more fulfilling than real life!
Farrah Abraham recently released her first erotic novel In The Making, and although the star's book is filled with people in the act of bumpin' uglies, Farrah claims her own sex life is nothing like that!
In fact the Teen Mom describes her own sex life as not that great!
Here's what she recently said
This is an odd career move…
The 22-year-old momma is already facing backlash over the book since she’s admittedly needed breaks from four-year-old Sophia, waxed her eyebrows in her sleep, has a sex tape, and a line of sex toys based on her own anatomy!
So people are obviously wondering why Farrah would think a Christian book would be a good idea! As with all of her ventures, Miz Abraham thought this out, and explained: