bill4935: 1. Steampunk always meant effeminate.2. please post a link to the space boob thread3. Corsets are painful, damaging, antiquated, demeaning and incredibly sexy.If any of you blonde, feminist body-building Farkettes want to put one on, tie me down, grab a scourge and whip me senseless in a kind of aversion therapy until I can't stand to look at a corset without remembering that feeling of helplessness and vivid, painful sensation all over my back, behind and legs... I guess that's the only way I'll be rid of that improper and inappropriate lust for that particular item of clothing. You're doing God's work, ladies.
opaqueluminosity: devildog123: Pro diet:Beverly Hills-based Dr Alexander SinclairAnti-Diet: Keri Peterson, M.D., a physician at Lenox Hill HospitalSo, the "doctor" who's practice consists of writing actors prescriptions for weed, Oxy, and dangerous weight loss drugs, probably mixed with some plastic surgery thinks this is an amazing diet, and a doctor who works for an actual hospital treating people thinks it's a bad idea. Color me shocked.Why do you assume he's an MD at all? They specify that with the physician but curiously leave it out for the quack. Probably an ND or something...
Animatronik: Instead of distorting your body for weight loss, try my new diet, the Slavavitch diet.No corsets or exercise or following a special diet plan required.It goes like this: we provide you with midget in a harness to wear on your back. The midget has a helmet with a camera on top, which connects to our offices, where one of us is monitoring your food intake in real time. As you start to reach for that donut or eclair, we yell "slap a biatch" into the midget's earpiece. Well you can guess what happens next. We have a 100% success rate.
Gergesa: Corsets for men are cooler looking because they have a steampunk touch to them.
Chinchillazilla: Celebrities like Jessica Alba are singing the praises of lacing up to shrink the wastetommyleejones.jpg
CPT Ethanolic: For anyone who would like to avoid reading this nonsense, here's from the end of the article:Keri Peterson, M.D., a physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City tells Women's Health magazine. "It's outrageous, and it just absolutely makes no medical sense whatsoever."
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