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Sunday, 14 July 2013

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Two members of Courtney Force's drag racing team looking at her PlayBubba Magazine nude layout.

LA BREA, California - NASCAR race car driver Danica Patrick was having dinner with an old high school girlfriend at The La Brea Tar Pits Diner when talk got around to drag racer Courtney Force.

Danica's friend, Brandy Sue Hickerhouser, told her about Courtney appearing in a nude photo layout in PlayBubba Magazine.

Hickerhouser said that since the publication came out Courtney has been approached to appear in commercials by five different sponsors including Aye Caramba Beer™ and Madam Marvelous Mascara™.

Danica asked her where she heard about that and she replied that she heard race car driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr., mention it recently on an appearance on Larry King and Regis Philbin's talk show, The Viagra View.

Brandy Sue told Danica that she is much more physically desirable and sexually attractive than Courtney by a Texas country mile.

Danica blushed and replied, "Really?"

"Yes, and not just yes, but HELL YES!" Courtney yelled out.

Danica said that she will talk it over with her on-again, off-again boyfriend fellow racer Rick "The Stick" Stenhouse, Jr., and see what he thinks about her appearing nude in PlayBubba.

SIDENOTE: Since the edition of PlayBubba in which Courtney Force appeared hit the newstands, she has been asked out by the likes of Russell Brand, Tom Cruise, Jody Foster, and of course George Clooney.

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