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Ask Bree Three - January 2007 - Jeeps, Off Road, & Pictures

January 2007

Bree AndreWriterGreg ChambersPhotographer

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:

Jp Magazine
Ask Bree Three
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

or e-mail askbreethree@yahoo.com.
For more pics and info about Jp's new staffer, check out www.breeonline.com.

1)When you chew gum and are finished with it, do you spit it out or swallow it?
Dennis Fitzmeyer
Via e-mail

Ahh, the old spit or swallow question. Nice way of getting around the subject.I must say that I love chewing gum. My favorite brand is Orbitz. I swear, there is some addictive ingredient in that gum. I can go through a pack in two days. I always spit out my gum, but every now and then I have been known to swallow it on accident. Yuck. My mom used to say it takes seven years to digest. That was just a ploy to get me to spit it out. Chewing gum is made up of the gum itself (called gum resin), preservatives, flavorings, and sweeteners. The human body is unable to digest the gum resin. But contrary to what mom says, swallowed gum does not stay in the stomach or cause intestinal problems. It simply passes through the digestive tract relatively intact and is...ummm, excreted.

2)Why is it that before I was married, I had to fight tooth and nail to get a date. Since I've been married (13-plus years), women hit on me like never before? I mean, what is it with you gals?
Andy Grow
Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan

Personally, I would never date a man that was involved with another woman in any shape or form. Being married, engaged, or dating is totally off limits in my book. If a woman/man gets involved with someone else's partner, it's bad karma-and what goes around comes around. I think that some woman might think the following:* The grass is always greener on the other side.* The mistress gets the best of the "honeymoon phase" with zero commitment to anyone-him or a family. * Some women just want the man to leave another woman for them because it's what gives them value in their own mind.

3)Which would you be most likely to date: Larry, Mo, or Curly?
Jon Kinstley
Corpus Christi, Texas

Oh, I love the Three Stooges. I used to watch them all the time before I went to school in the morning. I never thought about dating any of them back then. I must say my favorite was and still is Larry. That crazy Bozo the Clown-like hair, and the poor guy was always being picked on. Anyhow, I can relate...I was a nerd growing up myself. So, hands down, Larry!