Her blog post ‘What Girls Really Mean On Snapchat’ struck a chord with newsites across the globe.
Irish model Holly Carpenter’s hilarious de-coding of the selfies us gals send to the men in our lives was picked up across the world, and shared by MTV, Playboy and FHM, to name but a few.
And now it seems that the post has done more than attract Holly extra Instagram followers – it may have carved her a whole new career.
Yup, the former Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model will be trying her hand at writing on a permanent basis as internet favourite UNILAD are apparently VERY interested in the brunette beauty.
Described as ‘The Mother Teresa of the Internet’, with over 6 million followers, the ‘lad banter’ site is keen to get Holly involved after being impressed by her witty sense of humour in her blog post.
“I’m meeting up with them soon and it’s going to be exciting to get to do a bit of writing. There’s nothing set in stone yet but it could be something down the line,” Holly told the Diary.
“I think I ended up appealing to a male sense of humour as well and I think for them to have a girl writing for them and giving their point of view could be funny,” she said.
The Dubliner also admitted that she needs to be more careful about what she shares on Snapchat now after making her profile public and her name went viral world-wide.
“It’s almost dangerous when I’m on a night out,” she said.
“I really need to think about what I put up and I’m definitely starting to be a bit more careful now. The [fans] are from all over the world.”