'Strumpette' Plans to Liven Up Public Relations Industry


The PR industry is all a flutter over the launch of a new blog Media Orchard tells us about called Strumpette which promises to be the Gawker of public relations. It's written by Amanda Chapel who says "Strumpette is a totally naked journal of the PR Business." Apparently, she plans to take the lid off the industry and hold it up to a mirror.

In describing herself and her approach, we'd agree some serious gossip lay ahead. Amanda writes, "I am 5' 4" tall, athletic, Pantine shoulder-length black hair, perfect perky boobs. I present well and am most accomodating. I've slept with clients. I sleep with my boss. I am the consummate PR strumpette. When I was 7 my mother told me I'd "never get anywhere with that mouth." I've apparently dedicated my life in proving her wrong."

It all ought to add a bit of spice to the Pepper/Rubel world of PR blogging. Speaking of Steve Rubel, Amanda, in her first post, has launched a contest where players can guess Rubel's exit date from Edleman since Amanada seems to feel strongly he won't last long. Steve disagrees and says he'll make it to 2015 to which Amanda responds, "August 29, 2015?!! Like I said, and I'll wake up with bigger boobs. For 2015, I'd surely have a bad back," to which we responded in comments, "We'd love to see Steve stay at Edelman until 2015. That way, we'd get to admire Amanda's back breaking boobs" to which Amanda responded reminding us, "you are forgetting gravity. By 2015... they'd hardly be the fresh melons you crave. Trust me, perky is the better long-term strategy." Hmm. Perhaps. Anyway, enough of this blather. We have serious advertising issues to discuss here.

by Steve Hall    Mar-26-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Weblogs   

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It is blather. And pretty transparent too.

Posted by: B.L. Ochman on March 26, 2006 6:19 PM


Blather indeed... as is our business. But at least I am being honest. Just might be refreshing for an audience all but totally numb.

Kind regards,

Amanda Chapel

Posted by: Amanda Chapel on March 26, 2006 6:59 PM

Thanks for the kind shout out to someone that was recently characterized as Don Quixotic on his mission.

Which might be well and true, but still rather see PR a better place without fools that scream everyone should blog.

I digress. The Strumpette blog should be interesting, if it has legs.

Posted by: Jeremy Pepper on March 26, 2006 8:34 PM

i'm not in the blather business.
B.L. Ochman

Posted by: B.L. Ochman on March 26, 2006 11:10 PM

does it even count as a blog if she only made one post?

Posted by: Bucky da ANIMAL on March 27, 2006 9:49 AM

Perhaps someone should tell Ms. Strumpette that the way to spell the name of her own shampoo -- it's "Pantene." I won't even get into the grammar/usage errors. Perhaps she would "present well" if she learned how to write.

Sloppy work like hers is why so many people think publicists are morons. Quite often, they are correct.

Posted by: The Cook on March 27, 2006 1:29 PM


Not in the blather business? What do you call that: http://www.whatsnextonline.com/blogbook/contents.html

Look in the mirror babe.

- Amanda

Posted by: Amanda Chapel on March 27, 2006 2:44 PM

just what we need...someone to fulfill the worst stereotypes of women in PR. a dimwit attention whore.

Posted by: prexec on March 29, 2006 3:05 PM

This hoax of 5 unemployed guys, with Mark Rose and Andrew Keen gleaming superstitiously in the foregrounded disaster, is now being buried by Brian Connolly aka "Amanda at the Chapel of Love".

It's okay to be an avatar transvestite. But not an F Word Troll Bommber hiding behind a North Korean female image.

That is just sick and pathetic. The poor Chicago losers must eat in the soup kitchens again. Nobody wants to hire their bizarre form of anonymous foul language "PR" strategy.

~~ Anti Strumpette Disinfector Squad of Law and Truth in Identity ~~

Posted by: vaspers the grate aka steven e. streight on October 12, 2007 10:28 AM