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February 7, 2008

victoria-2-160.jpgDear Blog Guy: Help! Today in New York I spotted three nice-looking women. I was too shy to introduce myself, but now I wish I had. They seemed extremely natural and unaffected.

They laughed a lot, so I’m guessing they are quite witty. One poked her cheek like it was numb, and another tapped her teeth, so maybe they just came from the dentist, if that helps. They also blew kisses for no apparent reason, so they could be trying to overcome shyness.

Why oh why did I let them out of my sight! Can you help?

Sorry, I need more to go on. New York City is a big place. Do you happen to remember if you saw them in a particular store?

victoria-360.jpgVictoria’s Secret Angels (L-R) Selita Ebanks, Izabel Goulart and Karolina Kurkova pose together during a store appearance in New York February 7, 2008. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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You don’t want me to get started on these plastics…

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

Wow, you really passed up an opportunity. They look really smart and successful in their power red suits too.

 

A minidress with pockets. BRILLIANT!

 

We need the commenter on the other post to explain how these young ladies aren’t clones of Teri Hatcher, Cindy Crawford, and Heidi Klum.

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

A minidress with pockets. BRILLIANT! My hands are freezing. Do you mind?

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

It makes me wish women’s hair came in other shades like green, chartreuse and lavender.

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