Prepare yourself for some full-on Farrah word salad!
Farrah Abraham has many talents — well, some talents — but, um, writing isn’t one of them. Despite the fact that she’s the “author” of a New York Times best seller, fans are pretty convinced that this girl never passed high school English. From her grandiose “anonymous” reviews of her own businesses to interviews to the copy on her various websites and social media accounts, Farrah has a distinct mode of expression: word salad.
The newest example? The “Our Story” page on the Sophia Laurent website. Trust me when I say that it’s a doozy.
I’m not going to beat around the bush; Farrah Abraham needs some grammar lessons… or to hire an editor or something. The amount of success she’s achieved is actually quite amazing, considering she was apparently never taught any grammar rules whatsoever.
Fans have been noting her tenuous grasp of the English language for years now, but… Wow, Farrah just outdid herself!
It’s hard to imagine that Farrah Abraham could go above and beyond her greatest hits, like the “About Us” section from the Froco website. One line reads: “Our mission statement is ‘passion + positivity = keep it poppin’ The mascot is Coba the popping boba which is the main topping that goes on frozen yogurt in the passion fruit flavor.”
Need I say more?
“Top Female Celebrity in the Nation”
Her special way of mixing English words together makes Farrah very distinct. How else would fans have caught her leaving “anonymous” five-star reviews of her own businesses on Google? (besides her use of the phrase top female celebrity in the nation”)
From her tweets to her Instagram captions to her Facebook posts, Farrah has to do better.