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Pamela Anderson Quotes

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Pamela Anderson quotes: every straight 30-something-year-old male’s favorite Baywatch babe talks beauty, boobs, success, money, and more.

“Life keeps moving.  We are constantly learning and changing.  This is how we stay young, remain curious.  The more years we have, the more opportunities.”

“Life can be cruel and uncomfortable at times.  That doesn’t define you.  It’s how we survive and create a colorful life with our experiences.  Good and bad.”

“Happiness is living your passion – it takes strength and effort – humans can be lazy and uninteresting.  We have to push each other to grow.”

“Everyone should work at their craft.”

“I’ve had lots of things that didn’t work out, like TV shows.  You learn a lot through mistakes – I learned that you have to be the captain of your ship.  Actually, I own my ship.”

“A little bit of pain is good for you.  I feel alive.  Everybody needs struggle.  Once you overcome an obstacle, you springboard into the future.  Life is interesting and short and it’s not supposed to be easy, and if it is, you’re probably just in denial and you’re existing here like a zombie.”

“Anything you survive makes you stronger.  And I’ve learned a lot of lessons about patience and separating myself from all the garbage.  One of them is that you have to believe that everything is a blessing, even if it’s one in disguise.  You can get through it if you trust that it’s all for a reason.”

“It’s nice to have boundaries, because as long as we have them, we can cross them a bit, and that’s what perks interest.  If you have full freedom, what do you do?”

“I think we need to learn all we can from each other – nobody is perfect.”

“I think good relationships and having positive people around you, people that really embrace who you are as a person, is really uplifting and anti-aging, you know?  Aging happens when you’re stressed and worried and jealous, or angry or bitter about your life.”

“I don’t consider myself a feminist, but I feel very empowered as a woman, and I’ve used all my resources widely.  I believe in equality, but that’s just naturally happening.  I still want a door opened for me, to be treated like a lady, but I also want equal rights for women, of course.”

“The true meaning of feminism is this: to use your strong womanly image to gain strong results in society.”

“A husband should only be a part of your life and not your entire life.”

“Sometimes when you smile, it’s not because you’re happy.  It’s because you’re strong.”

“You know, once you give birth, once you have kids, you realize what’s important in life, and you realize it’s really not difficult to be a good person.  And so when people aren’t good around me, I tend to move away from that.  There are so many good people in the world, and you want to surround your children with that.”

“I have taken my children all over the world to see things but I’ve also made a point that they need to give something back for being so blessed.”

“It’s great to be a blonde.  With low expectations it’s very easy to surprise people.”

“I’m constantly reading and people always think, ‘Ah, we didn’t know that about you,’ but that’s part of my charm.  Well, don’t tell anybody.  I don’t try to disguise it, obviously, but it’s much easier to have nothing to live up to.  You surprise people when you form a full sentence.”

“Natural beauty takes at least two hours in front of a mirror.”

“I started running, and I hated it.  Of course, everyone hates running for the first mile.  If you’re running two miles or 20 miles, it always hurts.  Now I live it.  I look forward to it.  It’s really good.  It clears my head.”

“Eventually you just have to realize that you’re living for an audience of one.  I’m not here for anyone else’s approval.”

“I don’t like reality television, but it pays so much money.  I just want to do the least work in the least time and make the most money.”

“Opportunity only gives you knockers once.  My breasts had a pretty good career.  I’ve basically been tagging along for the ride.”

“There’s no way I set out to be a certain kind of symbol – the way I dress is the way I am, the way I live my life.  I thought, ‘If you’re going to be on TV, and if you’re going to be out and glamorous, the natural look can stay at home.'”

“I don’t chase youth.  I’m always curious why it chases me.  I’m not complaining.”

“I’d rather be looked over… than overlooked.”

“I like to work and it kind of keeps me in line, which is very good because I need that structure.”

“I am turning into the person I knew I would.  I’m kind of proud of myself.  I’ve been able to keep a certain grace about me, even in the times of disgrace and craziness.”

“I don’t think I am an actress.  I think I’ve created a brand and a business.”

“I have two homes in Malibu, a home in Canada that I’m building, and I just love pouring my heart out into this part of my life.”

“People always tell me, ‘Reinvent yourself, re-this, re-whatever.’  I haven’t reinvented myself.  It’s an honest evolution.  I’ve always been authentic.”

“I don’t really think about anything too much.  I live in the present.  I move on.  I don’t think about what happened yesterday.  If I think too much, it kind of freaks me out.”

“There’s never going to be a great misunderstanding of me.  I think I’m a little whacked.”

“I think I’m in control of what I do and what I’ve done.  I think that’s the ultimate feminine power.  Do as you want.”

“I’m on a mission to love, give as much as I can, and support people who make a difference.”

“Being halfway through my life, I think we start feeling less invincible and we start thinking more about the important things.  Age is empowering.  I’ve had an interesting, powerful and unique life.”

“This is how I make my living.  And I think it’s funny, and I think it’s fun.  Whether people like it or not, I’m having a blast!”

“I’ve created a life that I think I could only dream up – and it all hangs by a thread.  I’ve created my own career in my life, and I’ve had a lot of fun doing it.  I think that’s good.”

“The rest of my life is just crazy life.  Doing my best, my part… my art, trying to help where I can… and do what makes sense to me.  I realize it may not make sense to others.  That’s fine with me.”

“I represent success, hard work and fun.”

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