The Lippses are not just about being good-looking, they are about being comfortable.
This is their way of living, said the Lipp sisters, who are now in their late 40s.
They were on their way to a massage parlour when they were struck by a bus in the city of Bordeaux and thought it would be a good idea to check out the massage parLipps on their own.
It was then they noticed a woman lying on the ground.
The women, who have not been named, were taken to a hospital in Bordeux and given CPR, but the woman later died.
The Lipp Sisters are now on the run, but they have a message for their fellow travellers: Get over yourself, and get to work.
“It was a simple act of kindness.
If I could, I would have been a nurse.
But I’m not that kind of person,” said the sisters, all in their 70s.
“My job is to make people smile.
That’s what we do.
I can’t get carried away.
I’ll tell you that, but I don’t care.”
RTE: You may have noticed that we’re not talking about the Lips’ personal massage par.
We’re talking about a new one called the LIPP.
What do you think?
The LIPPs, who claim to have invented massage, have a new spa on the outskirts of Paris.
They have a long history in the Parisian medical and health sectors.
The LIPP was established in 1972, after the Lippi, a French massage par, closed in France.
The sisters, whose parents both worked in the parlours, founded the LIPS, the first non-profit medical and dental clinic.
They were supported by the French government and a network of charities.
After a decade of fundraising and working with a number of charities, the LPL was founded in 2005.
For now, the sisters have set up a new clinic and spa on their property in the town of Pontoise, on the edge of the Champs-Elysees.
Lipp and Lippi have a reputation for being the first to use the new technology of massage, said Marie-Louise D’Entremont, who runs the LPA, a non-profits association that works to improve the health of the community.
She said the women in their care are well versed in the art of massage.
D’Entreres said: “Their hands are very flexible, they’re able to use a lot of muscles.
And they’re very comfortable, as you can imagine.
In addition, they’ve got a whole range of medical and medical equipment that they use to treat their clients.
So the patients that they’ve seen are all very well educated, very healthy, very happy, and it’s been a good experience for them.”
They are a social service organisation, but their clients are also just regular people, D’Enterres said.
“They’re not just people who are in need of a massage, they just need a warm body.”
Dellairet said the first Lipp’s was opened in 2005 and since then, the number of people who visit the LLPAS has increased, from 5,000 in 2008 to 11,000 last year.
RÉTHINKING LIPP: What makes the Lripps unique?RÉTRÉS LIPPES: They are all about giving back.
We have no other organisation like them.
We want to create a community that will allow all of us to enjoy a spa that we all can benefit from.RÉPRÉS D’ENTREMONT: They have always been in a state of flux.
The time has come to close the LLLPS.
It’s time for us to focus on what’s important to us.
But I think this is also a time for change.
This was always the intention.
RÉTREUS D’ELIENNE: We have to make a change.
We cannot afford to have this old, closed, outdated and unsafe business run by people who don’t know what they are doing.RESPONSE D’ÉCONNE: They’re here to serve the people.
We need to open a new kind of space for everyone.