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IN Celebrities ON 21 Dec, 2015
Amy Schumer is perhaps one of the most inspiring and dazzling woman alive on the planet right now. She's genuinely funny and she knows when to speak out her thoughts and how to handle various situations. She's true to herself and refuses to conform to the demands of society, especially when it comes to physical standards set by Hollywood and society in general.
Here are some of the lessons that Amy has taught us and should reflect upon.
Of course, Amy doesn't mind guys having a good penis, but the onslaught of crappy dick pics can take its toll. Come on guys, not everyone is just dying for a pick of your cock.
Oh come on girls, let's not lie here. If you woke up looking weird, stick with that and don't try to hide it with some natural makeup and lie about it.
Sure, she's a celebrity, and you might be an executive, but don't deny the fact that it feels so good to just binge-watch and eat ice cream and potato chips.
Harper Collins actually offered Amy a million dollars for her memoir, but Amy knew that her story was worth more than that. Eventually, she was provided 8 million dollars by Simon and Schuster for the rights to her book.
So what if Amy Schumer isn't an incredibly slim actress? She's funny, she's confident and she does not have to be feel intimidated at the sight of other women. You go, Amy!
We don't always look our best, and that's normal. Work it, face it, and accept that we are not perfect beings.
Yes, men. It's not just the guys who can make the first move and try to get laid. If a woman feels like she needs some fun, she will do it.
Do you feel sad? Eat some chocolate. Do you feel happy? Keep on devouring chocolate. The answer is always chocolate, guys.
Yes, Amy has curves, but is that abnormal? No. What's abnormal is the standards put on by some people with regards to models, that some are having eating disorders and feeling so bad about themselves, to the point of suicide, because of the pressure.
When you're successful, don't forget to help the people who have always been there for you.
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