Wisdom Of Supermodel Quotes

ON COURAGE
“They were doing a full back shot of me in a swimsuit and I thought, Oh my God, I have to be so brave. See, every woman hates herself from behind.”

ON OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS
“I tried on 250 bathing suits in one afternoon and ended up having little scabs up and down my thighs, probably from some of those with sequins all over them.”
Cindy Crawford

ON POVERTY
“Everyone should have enough money to get plastic surgery.”

ON HEREDITY
“My husband was just OK looking. I was in labor and I said to him, What if she’s ugly? You’re ugly.’”

Beverly Johnson

ON FATE
“I wish my butt did not go sideways, but I guess I have to face that.”
Christie Brinkley

ON ARRIVING
“Because modeling is lucrative, I’m able to save up and be more particular about the acting roles I take.”
Kathy Ireland, star of ‘Alien From L.A.’ and ‘Danger Island’

ON PRIORITIES
“I would rather exercise than read a newspaper.”
Kim Alexis

ON INNER STRENGTH
“I love the confidence that makeup gives me.”

ON TRAVEL
“I haven’t seen the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre. I haven’t seen anything. I don’t really care.”
Tyra Banks

ON BREAKTHROUGHS
“Once I got past my anger toward my mother, I began to excel in volleyball and modeling.”

Gabrielle Reece

ON THE BASICS
“It’s very important to have the right clothing to exercise in. If you throw on an old T-shirt or sweats, it’s not inspiring for your workout.”

Cheryl Tiegs

ON PARADOX
“Sometimes I get lonely, but it’s nice to be alone.”
Tatjana Patitz

ON TRAGEDY
“The worst was when my skirt fell down to my ankles, but I had on thick tights underneath.”
Naomi Campbell

ON INSTINCT
“If I’m making a movie and get hungry, I call time-out and eat some
crackers.”

Carol Alt

ON ECONOMICS
“I don’t even wake up for less than $10,000 a day.”

ON DEPRIVATION
“If they had Nautilus on the Concorde, I would work out all the time.”

Linda Evangelista

ON THOUGHT
“When I model I pretty much go blank. You can’t think too much or it doesn’t work.”

Paulina Porizkova

ON MOTIVATION
“It was kind of boring for me to have to eat. I would know that I had to, and I would.”

Kate Moss

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Pour the soup & Toss the salad – Restaurant promotes sex in its bathrooms

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is inviting customers to have sex in its bathrooms.

The Valentine’s weekend promotion took uncomfortable but electrifying sex from the close confines of an airplane and transferred it to the unisex stalls of the Hanna Ave. restaurant. The Liberty Village restaurant proposed its modern bathrooms became one of the “101 places to have sex before you die.”

Mildred’s has always elicited a certain response. One customer, who didn’t want to be named, remembers going to a wedding at the eatery’s old location and seeing a copy of the Kama Sutra in the bathroom. “They invite it,” said the customer. This time, the invitation is explicit. On its website, Mildred’s asks: “Have you given any thought to moving beyond the bedroom?

“Check out Mildred’s Sexy Bathrooms throughout the weekend of Big Love. You get the picture.”

Actually, the picture is clouded by practicalities. Is the restaurant supplying condoms? What about the health risks of body fluids? And who’s cleaning up? “We’ve always had little trysts in our bathrooms,” says chef/co-owner Donna Dooher, pointing to lingering weekday lunches as a popular time. “We took it to the next level on Valentine’s weekend.”

 

The restaurant’s four bathrooms light up outside when occupied. Staff have learned to watch the light flicker twice when two customers enter the same bathroom, usually a few minutes apart.

Toronto Public Health says as long as there’s no sex in the kitchen and the restaurant keeps its washrooms clean and sanitized, it’s not fussed. “As far as bodily fluids, it’s pretty much similar to the other human functions going on in there,” says Jim Chan, manager of the food safety program.

Dooher says customers brought their own condoms but she’s hired a maid to tidy the washrooms that weekend. “She was there with her feather duster and cleaning supplies.”

At least diners aren’t encouraged to use furry handcuffs, part of a $55 “naughty love hamper,” while at Mildred’s. “Best to savour and enjoy (those) long after you leave the restaurant,” the restaurant says. (Source)