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So, you like shoulder skulls, Liz?

July 29, 2009

Hi, are you Liz? It’s me - Lamar – your Internet date!

So, at last we meet!. That’s quite an outfit, Liz. I guess you must have just come from some theatrical thing or something? Oh. You just came from the dentist, huh? Well…

I hope you like it here at Denny’s. Their country fried steak is… Excuse me, Liz, um, that little skull on your shoulder just said something to me.

I don’t know for sure, but it seemed like he said, “See you in hell, Lamar!”

Anyhoo, as I was saying, I’ve been… There it goes again! I’m sure he just said, “I will float your eyeballs in Grape Nehi!”

Okay, Liz, I just don’t think this is gonna work out, because that skull… What? Go back to your place and get comfortable? Well sure, I guess that little fella is kinda cute, after all!

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A model dressed as the Chinese fictional character White Bone Spirit participates in a graduation show at Mao Geping Image Design Art School in Beijing, July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Christina Hu

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Now, Mr Rob!Really! Doesn’t everyone like shoulder skulls?

Posted by tim | Report as abusive
 

The shoulder skull is certainly fetching. The most remarkable part of her ensemble is the brainwave amplifier/transmitter wrapped in her hair!

Posted by gwmc | Report as abusive
 

That’s remarkable! I don’t think I’ve ever seen tin foil so finely styled.

 

No comment really, I’m just skullking.

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive
 

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