Cappadocia. Turkey. Displaying a completely natural pose in an unstaged setting, Instagram Model Sugar Candy Dew shares her unique views on life while also advertising for orange juice.
“It is always wise to look ahead, but difficult to look further than you can see.”, reads Candy’s far-reaching caption. “Isn’t this a great post!? I mean, the picture is awesome, who wouldn’t wanna be there, right? And the caption is just super cool. It fits the picture really well because I am looking ahead into the sunrise and the caption also mentions something about looking ahead. It’s a perfect match for the whole concept. I mean, do you think I would have traveled to this Barbaric land for anything less than 10.000 likes? That requires some work.”, Sugar Candy Dew informs.
“Where did I find my inspiration? Oh, I just googled “look ahead” and this Church guy popped up. I liked his quote, it’s good poetry. Apart from that, I always try to go below the surface. Don’t get me wrong, I do want to inspire people with the pleasant symmetry of my buttocks, but that’s not my only goal. There’s prolly more out there and I want my followers to know that. As the story goes, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it… No, silly, it wasn’t me who said that. Paulo Coehlo did. Oh, my dear spiritual leader. Love him to bits! So yeah, that’s me in a nutshell, I just sit around on Friday mornings commanding the universe.”, Candy giggles.
Asked whether a real job was in view for her anytime soon, Candy Sugar Dew exclaimed in horror “This is a real job! Do you get up at 5am to do your make-up for 2 hours? Do you travel only to places that would look nice in your holiday pictures? Do you sleep with your phone so you can block and delete mean comments as soon as they are posted? This is a 24/7 job, Sir!”.
The interview was cut short as Candy Sugar experienced an emotional breakdown over our interviewer’s mildly critical question. She was taken to the hospital where we are assured, she is receiving the best of care in a single room filled with roses, teddy bears and colored helium balloons. Naturally, Instagram stories from the hospital bed will follow shortly. Feel free to click, like, subscribe, follow, watch, read, share, or alternatively press your own orange juice.