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Is The 'Skinny Button' The Only Button You Know?

A lot of women believe that being thinner will radically improve their lives. They will feel happier, more confident, more comfortable flirting and dating and kicking ass at work and getting things done and asking for a raise. Their parents and friends and boyfriends and girlfriends will like them better. Their enemies will be more jealous. Plus, they'll feel more attractive and wear prettier clothes.
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