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“Combat Barbie” Takes Us To ASSghanistan With Amazing Playboy Spread

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earl-jonas - October 15, 2019


Combat Barbie, or Rianna Conner Carpenter if yo nasty, is a viral sensation and inspiration to young women across America. She served in the Marine Corps for seven years immediately after graduating high school, and quickly earned the nickname "Combat Barbie" from her fellow heroes.

 

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Rianna took this nickname and ran with it, and something about her smoking hot looks mixed with her patriotism has obviously struck a chord with people across this great nation. She has half a million Instagram followers, and even recently nabbed a Playboy cover.

 

 

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“I dreamed it all, ever since I was young. They said I would be nothing, now they always say, ‘CONGRATULATIONS!’” 🎶🐰🏆🌻 I’m still in shock. I remember when I first joined the Marine Corps, I told my friends that I wanted to become an international model after I finished my enlistment, and they laughed. But I told myself I was going to get out and pursue that wild dream anyway. That dream scared the shit out of me, to be honest. I knew it was going to be difficult as hell, and I knew that I’d have to work my ass off! I knew I’d have to work harder than most because of all of my tattoos and the fact that I’d be in my mid to late twenties compared to all of the super young models out there. I knew that I would have to pour every ounce of energy, motivation, and sanity I had into it before it would start to pay off.. but I reminded myself that before I joined the Marines, it scared the living HELL out of me, and I STILL gave it a shot - so that I wouldn’t have to spend the rest of my life saying, “What if?” So I knew I had to give modeling a shot as well, no matter how intimidating. I moved back to California this February & hit the ground running. I reached out to almost every photographer in Los Angeles/Hollywood, and although some told me no or didn’t reply to me, a lot of them gave me a shot, which I’m SO grateful for. I knew it was a dog-eat-dog world in LA. So I put myself out there & went to as many photoshoots as I possibly could! I would sometimes do shoots every day of the week, I was away from home for months at a time, living in hotels in random cities by myself, & dealing with rude people in the industry. But I didn’t care about any of the discomfort. I had a dream. A set goal. And when I set my mind to something, NOTHING & NO ONE can stop me. My momma calls me her, “Lion Heart,” because of my ambition & courage. I’ve always been a small-town girl with larger-than-life dreams. Now here I am, with my first magazine cover EVER, and it’s the world famous & legendary PLAYBOY MAGAZINE. 🤩🐰😢 So guys, I’m here to tell you that dreams do come true, as long as you work your ass off! That’s it. -The Combat Barbie #Marine #Vet #Model #Playmate #TheCombatBarbie

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While sure Barbie is enjoying her time in the spotlight, it's important to remember the reason for the season. She previously stated:

My mission as ‘The Combat Barbie’ is to show the world that it is possible to be yourself and achieve all of your dreams.

We received a request from a reader to feature Combat Barbie on Egotastic, and since today is about making dreams come true, here ya go. Needless to say, Combat Barbie is Semper Fineeee. #supportourtroops.

 

 

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