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My date with a red-hot model!

July 25, 2008

westwood-crop-140-0720.jpgGuys, you¬†have to believe me! I have a REAL date with a REAL fashion model! I met her online. I checked her name with the agency, and she’s genuine.

I’m sure she’s drop-dead gorgeous. I thought it would be cool to see her for the first time like this, working at a fancy show. I brought you guys along so you can spread the word about how lucky I am. Earl, you capture all the magic on this video camera, so my ex will die from envy.

After this show, I’m taking this chick¬†straight to the poshest place in town. She’ll be coming down the runway soon, and she’s gonna flash a V-sign. She’s supposed to be wearing something yellow. Man, I can’t wait! Are you rolling, Earl?

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westwood-300-0720.jpgA model poses during the show of the label “Anglomania” of British designer Vivienne Westwood during the ‘Fashionweek Berlin Spring Summer 2009′ in Berlin, July 20, 2008. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

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Comments

Wow! It’s like… KISS, Billy Idol, and Crosby, Stills, & Nash all rolled into one woman…

I’m thinking tonight she’s gonna party like it’s 1999…

 

If they made me wear that godawful outfit I’d do something outrageous, too…

 

Nice tongue, tho’… I could work with that.

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I’m with Dee; if the model really wants the designer to know what she thinks of the outfit, she needs to use one finger less.

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Yeah, nice tongue.

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Good vibrations! Victory in the fingers, smile, winking an eye.
And yellow for the occasion. That could mean the chick, as you say, is not a superstitious woman.
Have a nice date!

 

Photo fun.
It seems that the peculiar emotional freedom not only of fashion models, but also ordinary people.
Sorry for the bad English.

 

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