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This is part of a spamment that Askimet blocked:

That was a subject few weeks ago, but I didn’t find posts ;-[
Me and my girlfriend were looking for safest alternative to Breast enhancement pills based on heavy hormons,
and after passing through lots of rip-offs, came to pueraria mirifica, natural phyto-estrogen. Supplied from Thailand, all well
spoken info at …… as well as pretty low prices for pure product.

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The message is signed off with a man’s name. Odd, though, that both partners want to enhance their breasts. And as to what ‘heavy hormons’ are, well, I suppose they could be the obese members of a new religious sect.

Made me chuckle, it did.

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