11 Amazing Jenny McCarthy Quotes That Are Dirty, Sexy, And Very, VERY Funny

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Jenny McCarthy is CANDID.

She’s a strong, fierce, painfully funny woman, which, let’s be frank, is endearing as hell. Even when we don’t agree with what she’s saying, we always admire how forthright she is with her opinions, particularly when it comes to love and relationships.

Jenny McCarthy has never been afraid to speak her mind, whether it’s on her current Sirius XM show (Dirty, Sexy, Funny) or way back at the beginning of her career. Many of us were first introduced to Jenny on the pages of Playboy — where she became Playmate of the Year — or on the very ‘90s MTV dating show Singled Out.

But even in those early days, her personality and unflinching sense of humor shone through. Quickly, she started appearing on sitcoms, she became one of the panelists on The View, and she even got to host Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

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But Jenny McCarthy is so much more than just a TV show host. She’s a touring comedian, she's been in movies, she’s written books (SEVERAL books), she’s the star (along with her husband, Donnie Wahlberg) of her own reality show Donnie Loves Jenny, she’s a mom and an activist. So, to say she’s just on television or just anything really is a HUGE understatement — she’s a total rock star.

I’ll be honest, I’ve been binging on her Sirius talk show since I found out about it because with a host like Jenny, paired with her amazingly open and funny guests, she could talk about anything and I’d be hooked.

Having so much experience in life, relationships, and sex, it’s only natural that she would be someone you would go to for advice, right? She’s completely unafraid to be herself, even if means garnering unwanted attention because no one can do Jenny McCarthy like Jenny can.

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And, as someone who is still trying to find out what kind of woman I am, I appreciate people like Jenny who are so at ease being a bombshell, a strong personality, and a mother, all at the same time.

Plus did I mention she was funny? Because when someone passes along wisdom about sex, passion, and parenting, it’s always so much better when they’re funny.

So, in tribute to this lady who’s unafraid to live out loud, here are 11 of our favorite Jenny McCarthy quotes to help guide you through life, love, and everything in between.

 

If you’re looking for a little inspiration, we’ve got the best quotes to share and savor. For quotes from the most inspiring celebsactivists, and poets, look no further! You might even find the quote that motivates the best parts of your life (and love!) forever.

On dating.

"My philosophy of dating is to just fart right away." — Jenny McCarthy

On giving dating advice.

"I'm the worst person to tell anybody how to date."  Jenny McCarthy

On getting better with age.

"Why should 20-year-olds only be considered sexy? I think we get better with age."  Jenny McCarthy

On insecurities.

"I still have things I'm really insecure about, but I've changed by loving me — C-section scars, stretch marks, and all."  Jenny McCarthy

On sex.

"No I don't have a sex tape and I'm kind of upset that I don't. You know why? 'Cause I'm really good."  Jenny McCarthy

On flirting with women.

"You don't need a pick up line. Just glance at a woman from across the room. Glance — don't stare."  Jenny McCarthy

On inspiration.

"Surround yourself with people who inspire you and return the favor by giving them the best of you."  Jenny McCarthy

On getting dumped.

"Almost everyone has or will experience getting dumped in their lifetime. Unless, of course, you're a nun. Jesus can't dump nuns."  Jenny McCarthy

On getting older.

"I’ve noticed, now being 37, I’m much more horny than I was in my 20s. I’m about a 9.8 on a 1-10 scale."  Jenny McCarthy

On whether size matters.

"[Penis] size definitely helps, but the thing is, you don’t need big. Average is awesome. Standard issue is awesome."  Jenny McCarthy

On relationships.

"When it’s not fun anymore, you need to start investigating and do an inquiry into the relationship."  Jenny McCarthy

 

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