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Guys, meet a real fashion model!

March 5, 2007

There was a time when being a model in Paris meant something glamorous, but today, when you can’t tell a haute couture runway from a set for the Addams Family, apparently things are different.

Guys, if somebody offers to fix you up on a blind date with a “fashion model,” it’s okay to ask some diplomatic questions before you meet her. Here are some that have worked for me:

a) By the way, do you keep a dial telephone on a Greek column at your house?
b) So, what do you think of that Sunset Boulevard movie, anyway?
c) Do you spend much time digging in your backyard?
d) Will your dolly be joining us for dinner? 

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A model presents a creation by British designer John Galliano for his Autumn/Winter 2007-2008 ready-to-wear fashion show in Paris March 3, 2007.  REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

Comments

So, are you chicks alone?

I can see where you got your good looks, little girl!

No kidding? I hate daylight TOO!!

I’ve dated a couple of “American Girls,” but they are so, like, conventional — you know?

It’s just “Joe” now — I dropped the “G.I.” thing when we invaded Iraq

I don’t believe I’ve met your sister … Mother!? NO WAY!

 

…preliminary marketing reports show the doll would be widely received, but some show concern about a child’s reaction to the spinning head and projectile vomiting when her string is pulled…

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I know I might be considered as a strange guy, but I like that woman!

 

From the Harem Scarem collection, no doubt.

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

What did you use on the elk? 30.06? .50 cal.? The power of you brain, eh? Jolly good shot, any road.

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I know these chicks. Want to get them turned on? Play hard to kill. Works every time.

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