1. Why does Paris write this book?
(a) In order to give an honest view of who she really is.
(b) She wants to become even more famous.
(c) She has always loved to write books.
(d) Her publicist told her it would make her a lot of money.
2. Why does Paris never mind when others make fun of her image?
(a) She does not realize they are making fun of her.
(b) She does not understand their jokes.
(c) She has low self-esteem.
(d) She can make fun of herself.
3. She does not take herself too seriously, but instead takes who seriously?
(b) Normal people.
(c) Other celebrities.
(d) Her family, her dog (Tinkerbell), and her work.
4. What does Paris believe there is nothing worse than being?
5. Why does Paris consider herself to be somewhat groundbreaking?
(a) She was one of the first socialites to start runway modeling.
(b) She is blond and intelligent.
(c) She is an heiress and earns her own money.
(d) She is the first socialite to be in a television show.
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