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October 14, 2009


Mark Vaughan

lol, it is shocking that she would be considered too thin... but compared to the photo they wanted:
you can see that she was HUGE!! I am guessing they are going to have to genetically engineer future Ralph Lauren models.


Food is not the problem, and it's not the cure. Your habits and their underlying triggers are what drives you to food and keeps you fat. So unless you change the things you do and how you relate to yourself and the world, you'll keep getting what you've always gotten. Fat and fatter.

Generic Cialis

Frá mínu mati, veit hann nákvæmlega hvernig á að vinna áhorfendur með hæfileika sína.

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