Bree loves Jeeps, so she must love you, too, right? Just ask her!
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 email@example.com.
For more pics and info about Jp's new staffer, check out www.breeonline.com.
1.) Do you like beards?
Editor, 4-Wheel & Off-Road
Beards? Is that all you could come up with? Hmmm? I love some type of facial hair. It gives a guy character. A cool small goatee is my favorite. But I have to say a full-grown beard is funky! Who knows what all is trapped in that thing. Men grow beards to make up for what they are losing on top. It is funny how everything migrates south as we age.
2.) Who's you favorite Muppet?
Editorial Director, Jp and Four Wheeler
I love the Muppets! This is a very hard call, Douglas. The Swedish Chef is classic with his mumbled antics and tossing stuff around the kitchen. Beaker just cracks me up, Miss Piggy is a bitch, and Kermit is a pathetic green nerd. So, I would have to say, Gonzo. His look in general is just wrong! I mean, what is he really? He is always crooning over the chickens, hanging out with rats, and doing crazy stunts. And, one last thing, Gonzo's nose fascinates me. It has to be the most versatile nose I have ever seen (wink)! Tee hee ...
3.) Do chicks really dig body damage?
San Marcos, California
Crash and burn, baby! I personally must say that a big, gnarly gash that has been stitched up and leaves you with railroad tracks is hot. Old battle wounds tell a story. I cannot help but ask guys how it happened. I like the living-on-the-edge stories or accidents. I have a few scars myself. But those are for me to know and for you to find out!