Enough of all this waiting around to see a samplesnap from the everlovely Kylie…let’s do this thing.
Alright. So…uhhh…here we are. Doing this thing. And this thing, you ask, is the samplesnap from the Senior Portraits of Kylie! Just in case you didn’t read the first sentence where I basically said the same thing. I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t. I didn’t even read it. I just type these things in stream of consciousness ramblings and then put the picture up. Not too much of a science to it. I figure once the words are out there it’s up to you to read them, dissect them, ignore them, burn them, whatever you want to do with them. If you are reading them on a computer (because you haven’t printed them out?) I don’t recommend burning them as your computer will also burn. Just get some tape or something and put it on your computer screen and cover the words if you would like. Whatever it takes. That’s my motto. Right now. That’s my motto at the moment. It’s probably going to change back to ‘everything is for the taking’ in about five minutes. But that’s a completely different story.
The story that I’m about to tell you is about a man named Jed. Poor mountaineer who barely kept his family fed. Until one fine day he was shooting for some food, and up through the ground came a bubblin’ crude. Oil, that is. Black gold. Texas Tea.
The story that I’m about to tell you is of a day when the wonderful Kylie stopped by the o&j to have some pictures taken, and my dear friends, not only did she have them taken, but she totally rocked it up. No joke. Straight dope. But you don’t need any of these words, or maybe you do. Either way, all you need to do is to take a look at the pic below to know (that rhymed) what I’m talking about. But wait! Before you do that, we need to give MuchLove to Kylie for being so awesome to work with, and we also need to tell all you good people out there burning your computers or covering them up with tape to – Enjoy!
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