Farrah Abraham is back with some of her more delusional quotes, and when you're talking about Farrah Abraham, you know that's saying something.
Fresh off live Tweeting the Teen Mom: OG reunion and insisting for the 200th time that she's not a porn star, Farrah gave an interview with Cosmo.
In it, she does not lack for self-confidence. That, or she's a much better actress than we thought after all that oh-facing and wailing in her non-porn.
The girl who once boasted that she dabbles in businessmen says that "no matter what I've been doing, I've been doing the best in it that I know of."
"What I'm saying by that is, if I'm developing novelty toys, I'm winning awards for them. If I'm writing books, I'm a New York Times bestseller."
"How do I do it all?" Abraham muses. "I don't know."
Neither do we, Farrah. Neither. Do. We.
Nice to see that the passage of time hasn't mellowed out that ego at all. Farrah, now a mature 24, is only getting more fascinating with age. Just ask her.
"You know what, that's the word … I have to agree with you. I'm just fascinating," Abraham says, after Cosmo threw out said word to describe her.
Clearly, she has a fairly high opinion of herself, and she's so impervious to the jealous haters, it's not like she's ever going to heed any criticism of her.
Why should she?! People are looking up to her! Apparently. She goes on:
"I don't really pay attention to much online. Listen, I was, like, the most popular girl growing up and I had women do the same thing to me then as now."
"And I overcame it ... I know other women are definitely looking up to me for that, wanting me to be in women's rights organizations and speak more about it."
"Growing up, I really admired Sandra Bullock and Jessica Alba."
"It just seemed like they were great women and they were strong. I just really like strong, nice, feminist, empowered women. I'm definitely a feminist."
Farrah Abraham, everybody. She is everything, and yet nothing at the same time - without the Man Upstairs, that is. She says He gets all the credit.
"I think God is my manager. God is my guide."
"Because within entertainment, I can’t control anyone, I can’t pay somebody enough. God really has helped me be the best person that I can be."
"Throughout all the difficult paths that I’ve had to deal with … for that, self-love is my number-one priority, and it really shines out to the world."
Does it ever, Farrah. Does. It. Ever.