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B natural vitamins are also essential for liver organ and abdominal wellness, as well as being efficient in treating depressive disorders, flu and other diseases....


I find it ammusing when women claim they are "BBW", as an excuse not to exercise and eat properly.

I wonder what the doctors/medical experts think of that terminology.


BigRed Kunce
A diet high in junk food and a sedentary lifestyle are usually to blame for weight gain. But Hazelwood said there was another factor at play: we're unhappy. "We've forgotten how to enjoy life,"

Quoting the OP, i think this is very true.

TV, computers, game consoles all distract the mind but not the body.

Irony is people on TV telling everyone to go and exercise more.


Disgusting... She holds that weight horribly, could lose a lot of it.... Must have shitty office job and do no exercise... no muscle within that weight...

Face is decent/good, get down the the belly button and I feel like throwing up.. What a waste...

I thought you were Gayer than Wingman mate?
[MENTION=12395]Grunta[/MENTION]; would you do her?
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This all relies upon your own conclusion of what fat is, she is conveying a lot, 60kg would be a greatly improved weight for her...

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