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Old June 16th, 2006, 11:21 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
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Default 75 lbs milestone - yehaaaaaaaaa!

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Eddie
Weight June05-359lbs
Current Weight-282.2lbs
Loss to date=76.8lbs
Goal Weight-180lbs

"Stormmee" wrote in message
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snort, Lee
Eddie-Type2 wrote in message
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Actually, my line about them is that they are only good for baby feeding

and
aesthically pleasing to look at !!! other than that, they are useless!!!
hehehe! Double D eh? nice LOL!!

Eddie
Weight June05-359lbs
Current Weight-282.2lbs
Loss to date=76.8lbs
Goal Weight-180lbs

"Stormmee" wrote in message
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DH says its a matter of preference, he prefers mine to anyone else's, no
matter, the shape or size, good thing too, I was pushing 40 DD now am 32

DD,
Lee
Willow Herself wrote in

message
. net...
I went from 38-40D to 34-36C

The surplus went but I kept enough I'm happy.... now if they could stop
going south... oh well.. that's what bras are for...
Will~

"Kate Dicey" wrote in message
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Eddie-Type2 wrote:

My wife has lost 57 lbs and gone from an 18 down to 8 !!!
Her blouse size has also gone from an XL to M
She's gone from a 38C to a 34B................hehehe......not good

for
me
I guess? LOL!!!! just kidding!!

hehehehe! I 'deflated' from a 38F to a 32E! Still 'stacked'!

She is so happy and as a celebration, I force her to buy new clothes
every
week!

I do like you. Eddie! You have a very good heart.

Last week, I spent $180 on her, $120 on daughter who has also lost

52lbs
and
$150 on myself!

Whoo Hoo! Good for her, too! Can I be rude and ask her age?

It's quite a bit of money, but it feels so good and I love the smiles

on
their faces!

That look is priceless - for everything else, there's Barclaycard, to
quote the ad!

Nice going Willow!!!!!!!! It's a great feeling eh?

I'm not Willow, but I know how you feel!

--
Kate XXXXXX R.C.T.Q Madame Chef des Trolls
Lady Catherine, Wardrobe Mistress of the Chocolate Buttons
http://www.katedicey.co.uk
Click on Kate's Pages and explore!









 




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