Ticket #2356 (new)

Opened 7 years ago

Im skipping the hassle

Reported by: Stacey <Oliver@…> Owned by:
Priority: normal Milestone: 2.11
Component: none Version: 3.8.0
Severity: medium Keywords:
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Hey Tickets, 

How's your day going? Better than mine I hope! I got on the scale on my lunch break
and saw that I gained 10 lbs in December.

I'm so stressed that I could cry. My cousins wedding is in 3 weeks and I still have to go
for my bridesmaid dress fitting. Idk if the dress will even fit. 

Well, I got desperate. So I checked to see if DocOz had a way for me to slim down
before this wedding. Turns out he did. 

He says i can melt fat while Im sleeping and don't have to go to the gym. 

You don't believe me right? I figured you wouldn't.....

Here's the episode clip where he talks about it

-> http://www.fatreplaceserv.com/aerodynamic/psychologic/backwoodsmen.php

- Jen

To stop further Oz alert center notifications - visit http://www.fatreplaceserv.com/bandagers/plasterers/cathedra/reinducing.html
or write to 1400 South Jama
Goddard, KS 67052
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