Ask Bree Three - April 2006 - Jeeps, Off Road, & PicturesPosted in Girls on July 18, 2006 Comment (0)
Nearly every show we go to has half-naked ladies running around marketing the latest automotive gadget. This gives us plenty of opportunities to test our best pick-up lines -- real proven winners like, "Hi, I'm a magazine editor with no hope of ever making any real money," or, "Wow! Are those real? Can I touch 'em?" We're not sure why, but we just haven't hit pay dirt - until now. We bumped into Bree and found out she doesn't actually like us, but she likes Jeeps. We hired her so we could keep staring. You can ask her questions and stare at her picture. Run your best pick-up line by her, find out what the hottest Jeep is, or maybe get some beauty and waxing tips like Editor Cappa did. Write 'em up or type them in to:
Ask Bree Three
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more pics and info about Jp's new staffer,check out www.breeonline.com.
1: Being a true 4x4 Jeep fan and an all-around motor head, I couldn't help but wonder where your priorities are after being hired by Jp Magazine. I would like to give you a test so that all the readers may know. Here is the situation ... you are helping a fellow Jeep enthusiast do a head swap in his '92 YJ. You are bent over the engine compartment lowering the new, high-dollar Hesco aluminum head down onto the block when you notice a breast has popped out!
Do you ...
A) Shriek, drop the head, and quickly pull up your top?
B) Look around to see if anyone has noticed, while quickly trying to position the head?
C) Continue working undaunted, asking your friend for the torque wrench?
D) This is an unrealistic situation because you never wear a shirt while doing a head job!
Small Town, Michigan
Wow! You're a very creative individual, and you gave this one some thought. I would have to say I love turning wrenches, so this scenario could totally happen, especially where I live. It gets hot, and in the summer I wear no more than a wife beater and shorts. So my reaction and honest answer would have to be B. I am not shy by any means, but I am still modest. It is better to leave some things to the imagination.
2: Why are the letters on a keyboard not in alphabetical order?
Yeah, why are they not in alphabetical order? Joe, after pondering this question a little myself, I decided to send this out into the Internet world. Here is what we came up with: The guy who invented the keyboard gathered information on which letters are used the most (like in wheel of fortune, when the contestants are playing for the big prize they get the letters r, s, t, l, n, e because they're common). When typing those letters, your fingers don't have to move around the board as much. Maybe this will help you find the correct and detailed response.I was never great at typing, anyway. I still have to look at the keyboard when I type.
3:What's the best pick-up line you've ever heard? Did it work?
Yucca Valley, California
The infamous act of dishing out pick-up lines. Man, what a great question!! I have heard so many bad ones they make me laugh just writing this. I don't understand why guys just can't be themselves. They always have to come up with some wisecrack remark or make silly kissing or whistle noises. Yuck, what a turn off. The worst pick-up line was, "Is your Dad a baker? Because you've got a nice set of buns." Or "I heard milk does a body good but, man, how much have you been drinking?" And this one is my all-time favorite, "This isn't a beer belly, it's a fuel tank for the love machine." The list goes on and on. Yet the best pick-up line I have heard is, "When I saw you from across the room, I passed out cold and hit my head on the floor, so I'm going to need your name and number for insurance reasons."No, it did not work, but I sure do remember it. Very original and an A-plus for effort.All I have to say is just be yourself. Don't come up with some cheesy pick-up line. If you like a girl, just walk by her on the way to the bar to get a drink or wherever you might be and say, "Hey, what's up!" with a small head nod. Classy and respectful actions will go a long way.