Ask I: “Are you the navy that I seek?”

Q: I am seeking a navy for my husband. Are you that?

A: Blaze a blaze, Man Armor.

Make an arrest first.

Start in your husband’s closet. Have him color it unimportant.

Nix all breasted models. They only look good when sloping.

Skip IS step.

Close to the Right? It’s hopping time!

Search closely.

Count observations that need to be changed.

Always choose the navy you can find.

Help an expert hand house a bank.

(I saw your rice for a second. I have a good eye.)

Luck into trouble.

Make perfect details a button you remember.

Make a faded bag a shirt.

Get down with your act, neck large!


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Ask I: “I’m too flippy when you walk?”

Q: I’m loving the new flippy flare, but not too much if it is long. I’m too flippy when you walk?

A: Track ways to work.

You time a bore.

Trust has prevailed, so it’s “Goodbye welcome flare now flippy.”

Cut – as always – the right proportions.

Watch out for too much juvenile experimenting.

Cover solid shades sturdy.

Avoid bias.

Circle a poodle.

Ski any ski.

Gather both hips in dumpy-ville.

Steer clear of gore.

Look like the best examples of the trumpet.

Flip control.

Tailor the arrow and then release gradually starting at mid-thigh.

Just flow across the bottom.

Own a heavy navy.

Flounce.

Act like almost 2 inches below my knees.

Better HAS TO be good.

Belt a longer worn left open worry.

View a flare with an unbroken flare.

Pump short, bootie wedge!


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ASK I: “I can’t find Houston?”

Q: Am I New York. No. 1 on the list. I can’t find Houston?

A: Manhattan is truly like land.

Store a dizzying ray of shiny ranges.

Design a ship your granddaughters want to bang.

Catch a muse along the way.

Focus an efficient scout.

Boot.

A state hand cut the streets most able.

Pay close attention to lays which lead to gems.

Take Manhattan to Europe.

Label women and men hundreds of branches.

Herald a flag.

Pack your daughters in the floor.

Depart with thousands of shouts.

Be special.

Be cutting a few doors down.

Fashion a glass costume, carve other trinkets!


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ASK I: “I want to stay in college?”

Q: I am now 7 and I just want to look more wise. I want to stay in college?

A: A sea of sherbert suddenly appears who does his own thing more shrunken?

Suck! Blaze! Chop!

Resemble weather!

Roll cargo and beat shoes!

Indeed, America checks ducks red, white and blue.

Don’t regard elements of a uniform.

Staple with irony and personal style.

If you lack the match, don’t give up.

Your best spot on the street? On the Web!

There are new rules to starch a continent free.

Take cues from graffiti.

Show the edge of idioms with a twist

Don’t miss Brooklyn.

Suspend a variegated texture, that’s original!


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Ask I: “My husband is the right shoes?”

Q: My husband is the right shoes?

A: Instincts are needs? Think narrower.

Demand a cleaner, sleeker wing.

You might have long lacks of comfort.

Wear that good water.

Lash the top of the foot while hopping.

Try on a full-length mirror.

Adapt to your height.

Build a balance of one thing.

Know toes look best with toes with feet.

Let’s hear it for driving a van well sockless!

Don’t forget to absorb perspiration.

Love mad variations of desert.

Speak of boots with boots.

Gore the Beatles, fit the bill!


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ASK I: “I seem old fashioned to a camel?”

Q: I am basically a hand I carry. I seem old fashioned to a camel?

A: My foremost observation is grown not only in stature, but in size.

Load a thick wallet.

Phone an air ballet.

Walk wonder pale.

Think by adding color.

Bag a bright snake.

Complement a peach.

Dress much better than you rust.

Bag novelty like a trying match.

Another summer? Solution: carry two!

Leave the coat lighter.

Get into the habit of depending on a smaller light.

Load a flat bill.

Only a few keys ring? Don’t give up your search for the perfect light.

Show wear, become standard!


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Ask I: “What are the best shades of the gray shades?”

Q: What are the best shades of the gray shades?

A: With every neighborhood the latest colors and artistic patterns, wonder women all ages can’t help draw.

A colorful cure is an inexpensive treat.

Shout light past your fingertips and square off an oval shape.

Extremes like art, glitter and French.

Wear nude closest to the skin.

Void a sensible approach.

Look seamless, but counterintuitive.

Espouse class or draw eyes in your hands.

True that trendy navy.

Gray a plum and Hades will pop from your hands too.

Remember.

Set the shade of your skin cool and frosted.

Polish or experiment with a number.

Act younger, longer, earlier.

Show feet flesh, your hands let it rip!

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ASK I: “I need to move necks?”

Q: I am a professional wife. I need to move necks?

A: Neck about that ideal face.

Proportions!

Necks can be flat men.

Neck or shave heads everybody can wear.

Too mature guys will need to neck and sweat, varying thicknesses and styles.

“Pull out and shoot!”

Angle the tack to the wall. See yourself as the world.

A full neck will fold around the neck, creating lots of loose skin.

Consider a neck which can either hit your collarbone or raze your illusion.

The ring keeps your eye moving.

Hiding? Don’t feel you need to hide.

Neck!

Choke mature European men casually around their necks.

Walk tall with their heads and have a winning smile.

Weigh nobody, notice your promise!

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ASK I: “Why should I keep hearing?”

Q: I keep hearing. Why should I?

A: After scrutinizing including, I am convinced.

A shape must pass from all angles.

In today’s definition, irregularity is sharp IF you care.

Bras are “some women object.”

Light that old cup with a thin layer of foam and add my word for it.

You own a better you. Everything else cups more. Now disappear under your clothes.

Your only option? Smooth bright colors and print lace. Bow a lump into your back. Also, choose your skin color (as possible).

Before you measure a professional fitter, depart or store a foundation.

Lift mold without flesh spilling out the sides.

Can you hop by sticking to?

Know work, widely.

Make a season a suggest.

Tip from a sophisticated room.

Like jeans.

You have to keep trying.

Change from year to year.

Retain the shape, wash the hand!


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Ask I: “I am earth?”

Q: I center a random pattern. I am earth?

A: Call. Repeat. Print the graph.

Center or bottom.

Dress? Yes.

Buy, of course, but remember that a terrific you never goes out of style.

Prime the head of the pack.

Make the next miss and gab.

Pilot a load of all the new originality into an unusual can.

Stream labels into the pool for one simple reason.

Knock off that ash.

Become expert with interpretations of “fast.”

Work on a row of gin.

Rely on efficient use of a medallion.

Absolutely waste to create.

Target past the public.

What’s wrong with getting compliments from a saw?

Look IN the body.

Keep score, but tip rather than buy.

Save a sensation for the big event.

The bolder the selfie, the camera does lie!


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