Denise Richards is really trying to sell this book. The first round of her press tour was "Charlie Sheen", and then she sped right through "Lesbian Experiences" and is now at "My Fake Boobs".
The 40 year-old actress is now talking about the botched boob jobs she got when she was only a teen:
"When I was 19, a doctor put in bigger implants than what I asked for. I was in such a hurry to get them that I didn't research my doctor. I just thought because they're a plastic surgeon, they must be good. You have to be your advocate for your own body and ask 100 questions."
I have no idea who Denise Richards is expecting to read her book. She keeps claiming she's writing it for us women, but I don’t know many women who can relate to a high-profile stint with lesbianism, having dinner with a bunch of hookers, and the first-world problem of picking out your breasts.
Richards also discusses why she decided to pose for Playboy in 2004:
"A couple reasons: I wanted to encourage women that it's OK to embrace your sexuality even though you're a mom. At the same time, I was having some problems in my marriage [to Charlie Sheen] and I didn't feel sexy and felt I had to prove something."
She seriously could've just ended that response at "a couple reasons." Because let's be real, the only thing you're trying to prove is that there are dudes out there that still want to see your boobies.
This isn't some enlightening moment of clarity for you. You just want to show off your honkers.
And just in case you're worried about how Denise feels about her breasts now, she says:
"I'm happy with them now, but in a year that could change."
Well, thank god. I can sleep now.