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Yeap, it is too trendy.  I prefer to have smth more classic

 

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hmmm..back to a more normal wedding topic (ok, I find diet is more a lifestyle topic and some brides are more motivated to make a change in order to look good in their dress and bikini), have u girls pick the first dance song yet?

So far I like The Look of Love (not the version sang by the tranny Diana Krall, but the original version), The Blower's Daughter, and When Stars Go Blue.


My first song?    As with the rest of my things.... I keep changing my mind! I lke Michael Bublé but I guess it´s too "trendy" right now. I want something romantic, that´s for sure.rockon.gif



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Just wana say "MERRY CHRISTAMS EVERYONE"

 

FI's bady today so just on my way out.....

 

Enjoy the festivities girls

 

Lots of love x

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Merry Christmas, ladies! 

 

Miss chatting -- started a new job on Monday and there's just not enough hrs in the day.  Our wedding is in three weeks -- AAHH!!!

 

Have a blessed and healthy holiday & new year. XOXO

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I know...but weird thing is the mouse, the monkey and those calorie counting people featured on Oprah..they don't look like STARVED at all, and they look lean and healthy.

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heehee I don't like to eat bread and lactose intolerant, so I don't like pizza.  I can eat steak tartar with roquette lettuce/ sashimi with seaweed saladmsnwink.gif everyday!   no fries, no pasta, no bread, no rice, no fruit, because I just don't like to eat them. 

 

Well, the reason of no research on it, like I said, 99.99% of mom would stuff their kids in the morning, therefore, it would be hard to find a good sample size of breakfast deprived kids to begin with, then control their food intake, and measure if it is statistically significant. 

 

Secondly, I don't think food companies lobbied government would fund such a research. Duh~ of course, Kellogs and General Mills would love people to eat complex carbs every morning, noon, afternoon and night.  Just like no research/thesis on how to beat the market from the Finance faculty, because those who found the way would NEVER publish their research.  LOL  Thus, all we found in the research world are usually very repetitive topics with similar conclusions, breakthroughs and contrarians are rare nowadays.

 

Well, Nan, according to my old copy of Economist, it is very creepy.  The constantly starved rat died around the same age as normally fed rats die, but it didn't have any signs of aging on its apperances, no white fur, no aging signs in its organs too.  Not sure if it can be applied on a human.

 

Bonnie:

 

If I´m going to die at the same age as a starved person (no aging signs on her) I will continue eating my heart out as I don´t care if I get greys and wrinkles LOL! You know what I mean!msnparty.gif

 

Bonnie:

I know... I´m just kidding. I look lean and healthy myself... no wonder!! I´m young!!

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Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season! And best wishes for the New Year!

 

Good luck to all the January brides (including me and my gigantic to do list LOL)shots.gif

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Less than 1 month to go!!!  How scary and exciting at the same time.  Best of luck with your gigantic to do list :-)  Looks like you have a big group going at 63!

 

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Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season! And best wishes for the New Year!

 

Good luck to all the January brides (including me and my gigantic to do list LOL)shots.gif



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