Apr 4th 2011 12:11AM Wow, 5 kids with 3 different women... I wonder how many of them he's actually involved with raising or supporting. Is he a dad or a sperm donor...
Dec 17th 2010 6:33PM I think everyone missed the boat on the intent of this article. It was obviously written for average-sized women who have a minor imperfection that they want to try to conceal. It was not written for very overweight people, since these tips won't help if you have too much to hide. And before people accuse me of being mean to larger folks, let it be known that I am a larger person, and I promise you that these tips won't conceal my flaws. The only things that can help are diet and exercise, which I'm working on.
Oct 22nd 2010 11:03PM WTH does this have to do with this article?
Jul 21st 2010 10:19PM It seems to me that a lot of people are freaked out by seeing breasts used for their natural, intended purpose. They are and always have been vessels for feeding and nourishing the young first, not as the sex toys that they have been turned into by our twisted society. If women did not need them to feed their babies, then nature would not have given them to us. Since the advent of artificial (bottle) feeding breasts have been considered more sexual things than nurturing things, and have been divorced from their primary purpose. This is pathetic.
Jun 23rd 2010 10:09PM Right on Kris!
Jun 23rd 2010 10:04PM Part of the reason so many deserving people do not get the organs they need is because there is such a shortage of donated organs. If more people were less squeamish about donating there would be a greater supply. So how about it folks? I am a registered organ donor in my state. I feel like well, when I'm gone I won't be needing them anyway, so I might as well leave them for someone who does. If my donation can help to keep loved ones together with their family, then I can rest in peace.
Mar 2nd 2010 8:33PM I don't use this frozen junk. It's really easy to make your own FRESH, HOMEMADE waffles, and they taste SOOOO much better! Takes only minutes longer than popping a frozen piece of cardboard in the toaster, and well worth it!
Mar 1st 2010 9:06PM In defense of Rotties (of which I am a fan) you only hear about them because they ARE large and strong and can inflict damage. Some of the nastiest dogs I've ever met are the yippie, snippie glorified-hamster dogs that people like to carry around in a bag like an accessory. I find small breeds to be the worst-behaved dogs around, because they're samll and people put up with their nonsense and think it's "cute". You never hear about one biting because they never cause damage, yet they bite more often than larger breeds because they're high-strung.
Aug 19th 2009 10:04PM Hard Candy can officially kiss its high-end status goodbye by selling at WalMart
Nov 11th 2008 9:29PM The bratz dolls are garbage, but so is barbie. Both dolls send negative messages to young girls, just different kinds. "To be trashy, or just anorexic and siliconed-up, that is the question????" I say, get rid of them both! Let's have a toy manufacturer create a line of dolls that have realistic body proportions AND extol the virtues of pride in one's accomplishments.
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