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Acure Curiously Clarifying Conditioner
In the voice of the character Brawne Lamia:
I had seen my fair share of strange cases. But when Johnny walked into my office and asked me to investigate his own murder, I have to admit, I was stumped.
"I'm not sure I understand," I said, eyeing him curiously. "You want me to investigate a crime that hasn't even happened yet?"
Johnny nodded, a serious expression on his face. "That's exactly what I'm asking. You see, I have a feeling that someone is out to get me. And I want to be prepared."
I couldn't help but feel a strange compulsion to take the case. Maybe it was the way Johnny's intense gaze seemed to bore into my soul, or maybe it was the fact that I found him inexplicably attractive. Either way, I found myself agreeing to help him.
Before I began my investigation, I decided to do a little something for myself. I wanted to look and feel my best while trying to solve this bizarre case, so I went online and ordered a few things from Amazon. One of the items I purchased was the Acure Curiously Clarifying Conditioner. I had heard great things about it, and I wanted to see if it lived up to the hype.
As I worked on the case, I couldn't shake the feeling that there was more to Johnny than met the eye. He was mysterious, alluring, and I couldn't help but feel drawn to him. But I knew I had to stay focused on the task at hand: finding out who was trying to kill Johnny, and stopping them before it was too late.
According to Wikipedia, John Keats fell in love with Frances 'Brawne', and 'Lamia' was one of Keats' poems.
This post is inspired by the book Hyperion by Dan Simmons
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