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I want to introduce you to a friend of mine, Amy De Havilland.
A few days ago, Amy and I were having a glass of vino together when I told her all about our “unusual experiment.” I wasn’t sure how she’d take it, but her eyes lit up when she heard about it, and she confessed something to me.
“Julie,” she said, “you know I’ve always collected photos of cute girls and women, some hot, some nice. Some I’ve taken myself, others have been sent to me by various people. Why don’t I share them too as part of your experiment?”
Amy has always been the “artsy” type, and she really likes the idea of guys looking at photos of attractive women. So, I told her to send me some photos, and I’d put them up on the website, and see what you guys thought.
Amy said she’d be happy to put them up herself (which saves me some work, I always have too much to do since John is a very demanding boss), and send them to you every day like I do. That sounded good to me, so I told Amy to go right ahead, just use my email address to send from so I can keep an eye on her and what she sends.
So, starting tomorrow, Amy is going to be sending you even more photos! They’ll come from “Amy De Havilland” but it will be from my email address, so if you have any suggestions, you’ll be able to email me directly.
You can see Amy’s first photo here:
Click Here For Amy's Hot Photo
…and I really think you’ll like the second one she’ll be sending in a few hours. And yes, she is very sexy herself, and likes to take photos…perhaps I can get her to take some more of herself. I know you guys would just love that, especially when you see her photo at the bottom of the page.
Click Here For Amy's Hot Photo
Stay tuned for the next photo, Amy has a great one for you, she just showed it to me today….
Julie Young and Amy De Havilland
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