Described as part Cameron Diaz with better skin, part Cheryl Cole with her own hair, Ashia Coppola, 22, has been named by the Evening Standard today as Britain’s most desirable woman.
But Ashia reveals that it wasn’t always like this. ‘I may have perfect white teeth, a figure that maintains an ideal shape and weight without the drudgery of exercise and dieting, glowing skin, bright eyes, engaging conversation and sensitive lovers, and I may earn thousands while working no more than 20 hours per week, but before I discovered Google ads I was just your average Plain Jane.’
Ashia says the transformation in her fortunes began one day when she finally gave into the temptation to click on one of the annoying ads that flashed up as she surfed her favourite websites.
‘I couldn’t really afford some of the corrective surgery on offer, at least not until I discovered how to make thousands of pounds effortlessly from the comfort of my own home, so I began with some weight loss tips. The weight literally fell away and I couldn’t believe how energetic I was feeling,’ she said.
But after benefiting successfully from one miracle treatment after another, Ashia says she was beginning to find them all somehow familiar. It turned out that most of them were good commonsense advice her grandma had given her when she was younger but which she had ignored at the time. Even the substances used were familiar household items all mothers keep in their kitchen cupboards: vinegar, lemon juice, honey, baking powder, herbal alternatives to blue pills and so on.
‘After that, I found I could stop responding to the ads and just use my newly-improved memory to recall other pieces of my grandma’s advice,’ said Ashia.
Ashia revealed there was one final trick of grandma’s from which she expects to make her second million in less than one hour a week. She wouldn’t reveal full details but said that for just £5.99 a month for a minimum of a year you can get full access to “Blow eggs don’t suck them; other way round for men”.