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Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Boobs are fun, but beware.


Posted by Dacquin at 5:53 AM
You know, every guy likes breasts, and we all like to look at breasts, but beware if a girl flashes you for no reason.

The Booby Trap

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2. Avoid the tempting lure of caffeine or sugar-laden foods such as coffee, tea or chocolate. Caffeine may perk up your energy levels temporarily, but it also has a bad habit of leaving you sluggish after the effect has worn off. Instead, choose whole grain foods, fruits and vegetables to give your body the fuel it really wants! Eating healthier will boost your mood, elevate your alertness, change separation anxiety in dog and make you feel better all day long.

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