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Jenny McCarthy has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What are the top most famous quotes by Jenny McCarthy?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Jenny McCarthy.

  • Why should 20-year-olds only be considered sexy? I think we get better with age.
  • Craziest thing I've done for love is getting married. I think it's crazy. I think it's crazy, crazy, crazy. I'm never going to say I wouldn't do it again but I have to make sure it's love and not settling for the 'I have to do this by a certain age,' which is kind of what I did.
  • I do believe sadly it's going to take some diseases coming back to realize that we need to change and develop vaccines that are safe.
  • My philosophy of dating is to just fart right away.
  • The one thing I like about 'Playboy' is they don't have the anorexic look. The women are voluptuous. So I didn't really want to diet. I just wanted to tone up.
  • Those outside of autism need to understand this is an epidemic and we need more government funding, insurance coverage and education reform.
  • Parents of recovered children, and I've met hundreds, all share the same experience of doubters and deniers telling us our child must have never even had autism or that the recovery was simply nature's course. We all know better, and frankly we're too busy helping other parents to really care.
  • I guess now that I think back, I used to play priest and be a funny priest. I don't know, I grew up in such a Catholic family that I kind of liked to test the boundaries a little bit and I think I had fun watching my mom laugh.
  • I wished to God the doctor had handed me a pamphlet that said, 'Hey, sorry about the autism, but here's a step-by-step list on what to do next.' But doctors don't do that. They say 'sorry' and move you along.
  • Hope is the greatest thing for moms of autism. Hope is what gets us out of bed in the morning. I'm on a mission to tell parents that there is a way.