I was going through my backpack-turned-laptop-bag the other day, and found a few things leftover from the Vegas trip. Most importantly, I found my stack of callgirl cards. I was rifling through them on break at work when I discovered evidence of some sort of horrible deception.
First we have Exhibit H(eather):
Next we have Exhibit T(ami):
Notice anything odd?
Both "Tami" and "Heather" are actually different croppings of the same photo!
Here's a comparison shot, highlited for easy identification:
I'm not sure what is afoot here, but someone is lying to me. Clearly they aren't supposed to be the same woman, because they have different phone numbers and the hearts covering their naughty bits are different colors.
I wish I had noticed this while in Vegas -- it might have been worth the $70 to schedule both Tami and Heather for the same time and see what happens. Regardless of the outcome, I bet it would have blown my mind.
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