February 5, 2012

“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” – but you may eat your own words…


“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”
Kate Moss
       British Supermodel 
       Her controversial response when asked if she had a personal motto, in an
interview with Women’s Wear Daily, November 13, 2009     


“Kate Moss is talking out of her Size Zero backside. Having been in the industry for so long, she knows the impact her comment will have on vulnerable young women.” 
Denise Van Outen
       British actress, singer and TV celebrity 
Her comment on Moss’s quote, in a story published in The Sun, November 19, 2009


“She [Moss] may have a point, but then again she's probably never had a Gino’s East deep-dish sausage-patty pizza or a Cinnabon with extra frosting.”
Jerry Davich
       American journalist 
       An observation in
his column in the Post-Tribune, November 21, 2009


“In 2005, Kate Moss was all over the news because of being video-taped partaking in the use of cocaine...Kate might very well have been saying that ‘nothing tastes as good as a bunch of Peruvian flake, especially since there are no calories in cocaine.’ The point is that Kate Moss long ago demonstrated that popular culture should not look to her as a role model.”
Mark Rubi
       American journalist and blogger 
       His take on Moss, in
his column on the Examiner.com website, Nov. 22, 2009


“Why would anyone listen to her because it’s not as if wearing clothes is much of a skill...And walking down a catwalk with a stupid vacuous expression on your coupon is even less of a skill…So nothing tastes as good as skinny feels? How would she know because when was the last time she tasted anything?”
Rikki Brown
       Scottish tabloid columnist, blogger and author  
a column in The Scottish Sun, Nov. 23, 2009

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