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Gaze upon and marvel at this photograph of my friend Parisienne, panty entrepreneur, and quasi-flower girl) Gentry, and the so-beautiful-it-hurts Dita, nee' Heather.
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Well look at that, I totally met your friend Gentry when I was in Paris last January, at my friend's art show at Colette. She complimented my shoes, and just like an Ugly American, I thanked her for the compliment by finding some way to complain about my lack of physical perfection.
It was an object lesson in WWaPD?
Mary Chen |
December 17, 2008 at 01:14 PM
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