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(WLBT Jackson)   Teacher claims student spiked her morning cup of coffee with butt-enhancing pills. w/bonus pic of what a cup of coffee might look like   (wlbt.com) divider line 59
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2012-10-08 07:29:44 PM

Cybernetic: offmymeds: fireclown: GlutBoost. Yep. It's a thing.

[www.gluteboost.com image 180x700]

Our "REAL" customers?

Apparently, if you're holding a cell phone when someone else takes your picture, then everyone will think that you took the picture yourself, with that phone.

/Or something


or there was a mirror involved.

/Mirrors, how do they work?
 
2012-10-08 08:01:29 PM

buckler: Fortunately for the teacher (unless she has a specfic allergy), that stuff won't do anything to (or for) her or anyone else who takes it.

Here's the ingredient list from the product website:

Maca Root
Dong Quai
Saw Palmetto
Fenugreek
Wild Mexican Yam
Soy Extract
Rose Hips
Citrus Bioflavonoids
Dandelion
Watercress Extract
Tyrosine
Genistein

So it's basically a salad in a capsule. Also, you get this tidbit:

"GluteBoost is an all natural supplement which has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. GluteBoost is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary."

Which is a sure sign that you're dealing with a useless product.


All vitamins and supplements have that disclaimer, minus the last three words. If they claim to diagnose, treat, or cure anything, they become a drug and are regulated as such.
 
2012-10-08 08:47:09 PM

Khazar-Khum: offmymeds: fireclown: GlutBoost. Yep. It's a thing.

[www.gluteboost.com image 180x700]

Our "REAL" customers?

The "OTHER GUYS"??

Like the cement user?

[missberniej.com image 306x581]


Oh God, I just threw up!
 
2012-10-08 09:16:08 PM

PirateKing: I'm quite fond of enhanced posteriors, and I cannot prevaricate. You other male siblings have no refutation of this statement. When a young female enters with a miniscule midriff, and a circular object presented directly in one's head's obverse, you become quite excited.


You sir, win this thread.
 
2012-10-08 11:20:39 PM
Does this cup of coffee make my butt look bigger?
 
2012-10-09 01:17:33 AM

El Dudereno: All vitamins and supplements have that disclaimer, minus the last three words. If they claim to diagnose, treat, or cure anything, they become a drug and are regulated as such.


Not so. Most vitamins and supplements are simply labeled as what they are, and make no claims as to what they are supposed to do. Only those products that make health or other claims as to efficacy put the disclaimer on there. It's basically "yeah, we know we said this can make your junk bigger, but nobody's really checked on that. Just want to have to let you know."
 
2012-10-09 06:43:46 AM
In other news, there are `butt enhancing drugs`

Also, why do some women want to look like they have a second woman liquified and injected into their butt?
 
2012-10-09 07:40:03 AM

dready zim: In other news, there are `butt enhancing drugs`

Also, why do some women want to look like they have a second woman liquified and injected into their butt?


Or third, if they already had one injected into their boobies.
 
2012-10-09 03:28:06 PM
what has fark come to? why is there no hot teacher screwing student thread about this lady?
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