Miami Beach is literally crawling this time of year with international models with their asses pointed toward Saturn. It's like watching the horseshoe crabs shimmying up the Delaware beach. Nobody knows what signals these creatures to come by the thousands and spread their semen and eggs in the sand, but, every year, they come back again. I'm referring to the models. It's the funky smell of the dead ones that you can never truly shake, I'm still referring to the models. But the migration is considered a net positive for the local economy and easy pickings for the migratory birds. That would be both the models and the crabs.
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