Today’s Featured Babe is the South African Playboy Playmate of the Month for September 2012. Chantel Fouche thinks that one should just live life every moment to its best and should take every opportunity that comes your way. She’s also thinks that one should just be happy.
She works hard in order to reach success in whatever she chooses to do. Her worst job before she started modelling was being a baby-sitter. Her turn-offs include a good body that holds no sense of humour and has an ego. Her turn-ons include the eyes, a good sense of humour and someone who makes her comfortable. Chantel Fouche also thinks that good kisser is never a bad thing.
Chantel Fouche thinks that happiness is when your heart boils over with love and passion. She thinks that being sexy is to just be yourself and not changing yourself to impress others and she’s not embarrassed to say that she ate Christmas beetles when she was little. Two of her guilty pleasures are strawberries and melted chocolate and her biggest fear is spiders and dragonflies. And Chantel Fouche also says that she can’t live without a social networking, a boyfriend and food.
One of her favourite quotes is “Do what you want and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” If you ask me, she’s worthy of being named the Playboy Playmate of the Month for September 2012.
Check out these photos below of Chantel Fouche, today’s Featured Babe on Running Wolf’s Rant:
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