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Old 06-17-2007, 10:40 AM   #1
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Nobody who is using this is getting a seat in my car.

"With allies like this, who needs enemas?"

'She looks great, but doesn't smell too good."

http://www.latimes.com/news/science/...la-home-center

My favorite phrase "gas with an oily discharge". Betcha' get a rich burn exhaust with that.
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I saw that on the news the other night. Would definately give new meaning to the term "greasy cheeks"
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But it can also result in what the manufacturer describes as loose stools and gas with an oily discharge. "It'* probably a smart idea to wear dark pants, and bring a change of clothes with you to work," the drug'* official website says.


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"Let'* eat a salad and go to the gym. I don't need anal leakage," said wardrobe stylist Luisa Dalmagro, nursing a coffee drink and sharing a piece of cake with Melissa Shapiro, an interior decorator, at a Starbucks in Brentwood.
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With summer kicking into gear, I'll bet there are going to be a lot of dark brown bathing suits.
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I work at a walgreens and that stuff is flying off the shelves. My boss started taking it and told me the side effects are true I'll pass.
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That is just nasty! My friend tried those chips that had Olean in them and she said she had similar reaction
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That is just nasty! My friend tried those chips that had Olean in them and she said she had similar reaction
WooHooo! Wouldn't that give new meaning to a high flow cat-back.....

Take some alli and wash it down with a bag of chips with Olestra.

The funniest thing about this drug is that Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), just came out with the longest, most thorough study on low-fat diets. They don't have any effect on cancer, heart disease, or stroke. In other words, the 3 biggest killers of Americans don't care if you eat fat or not.

But I guess being skinny and wearing Depends is still a high demand lifestyle.
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