Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Social network for sharing what they are actually selling
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At least in general understand what the next step in losing weight is if it's not doing exercise AND not eating fewer calories.

Find out how to "get your wife back" after you've changed and became attentive and happy with your own life, following their instructions. But what's the general next step that you'll be paying for?

Find out who really made those advertisements for irons that supposedly instantly take off all the crinkles and a cheap cooler that's better than air conditioning, and super glue that works with UV light and can hold a brick to a wall. Who is supposed to have invented them if they are not all Israeli doctors and inventors (with foreign names, obviously from Google Translate). What are they called in Italy or Poland.

pashute, Feb 03 2021


       How would a person use this site?
pertinax, Feb 03 2021

       Presumably one could take and upload a screenshot of the ad and get an explanation. That "one weird trick" is to drink a glass of water before your meal. The book they're selling says to stop feeling sorry for yourself and do your work. The "secret advice" is to buy their penis pills. (here is a link to the ingredients and here is an explanation of why they do nothing) Here is the secret ingredient in their arm band: it's radioactive and will definitely give you a higher chance to get cancer and has no beneficial effects.
Voice, Feb 03 2021

       Those "cheap coolers, better than air conditioning" are being advertised a lot here in New Zealand.
Unfortunately, New Zealand is not a desert, so they just pump a lot of moisture into your home so it can grow lovely mould & stuff...
neutrinos_shadow, Feb 03 2021


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