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Surely, nobody can be this stoopid.

My money is on this being some coded advert for an 'escort' service. 

Even the copy doesn't read right. "Mint condition" and "for parts"? Yeah, like of the private kind!

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2 hours ago, Sledgehead said:

Surely, nobody can be this stoopid.

My money is on this being some coded advert for an 'escort' service. 

Even the copy doesn't read right. "Mint condition" and "for parts"? Yeah, like of the private kind!

she was selling it on ebay a few weeks back its a 700 quid laptop that is under warranty i spoke to dell and dell only honor the warranty if the registered owner is sending it into repair. 

i thought a nice 500 quid profit but she is not the original owner so null warranty.  

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-7570-15-6-034-Notebook-Laptop-/282948382171

what is that beside the bed on the third pic ?? breast pumps lol 

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Hmmm, is it just me, or are the hips in the first shot a lil on the narrow side? I'm thinking Buffalo Bill and the mirror, a la Silence of the Lambs. You gotta admit, that's a v masculine face. Maybe the breast pumps are an aid to hormones?

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2 hours ago, Sledgehead said:

Hmmm, is it just me, or are the hips in the first shot a lil on the narrow side? I'm thinking Buffalo Bill and the mirror, a la Silence of the Lambs. You gotta admit, that's a v masculine face. Maybe the breast pumps are an aid to hormones?

Hmmm... Those hips and tidy undercarriage don't say "just had baby... Lactating". Omg. Hpc is weird sometimes! 😂

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1 hour ago, Grab_Some_Popcorn said:

Hmmm... Those hips and tidy undercarriage don't say "just had baby... Lactating". Omg. Hpc is weird sometimes! 😂

i thought it was worth a post 😄

looks like she or he likes jersey gold top. 

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On 13/05/2018 at 21:56, longgone said:

she was selling it on ebay a few weeks back its a 700 quid laptop that is under warranty i spoke to dell and dell only honor the warranty if the registered owner is sending it into repair. 

i thought a nice 500 quid profit but she is not the original owner so null warranty.  

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-7570-15-6-034-Notebook-Laptop-/282948382171

what is that beside the bed on the third pic ?? breast pumps lol 

s-l1600.jpg

 

Is that a breast pump in the corner or some fancy bondage gear?

I'm half expecting to find a couple of syringes if I give it another 20 minutes looking!

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Oh boy. No matter how good a deal I think I would give her laptops a swerve. The stuff will probably need dipping in some chemicals to clean before they're safe to use. Going by the feedback on ebay they're not coming across as trustworthy. Have to laugh at the description at the Dell, which is for sale again...."not powering up mint order" 😂

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-7570-15-6-Notebook-Laptop/282966682243?hash=item41e220ea83:g:XO8AAOSw5nFay0Tm

How are they getting their hands on all that tech?

 

 

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On 19/05/2018 at 10:28, CanAffordWontPay said:

Oh boy. No matter how good a deal I think I would give her laptops a swerve. The stuff will probably need dipping in some chemicals to clean before they're safe to use. Going by the feedback on ebay they're not coming across as trustworthy. Have to laugh at the description at the Dell, which is for sale again...."not powering up mint order" 😂

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-Inspiron-7570-15-6-Notebook-Laptop/282966682243?hash=item41e220ea83:g:XO8AAOSw5nFay0Tm

How are they getting their hands on all that tech?

 

 

Yep looks like a drug den. 

that ebay account wont be around much longer. 

i wish i knew i have knocked out hundreds of machines over the past few years but i have to find them and refurb them. there are sellers on there getting 100`s every month i wish i knew where from. 

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On 19/05/2018 at 06:05, oracle said:

Is that a breast pump in the corner or some fancy bondage gear?

I'm half expecting to find a couple of syringes if I give it another 20 minutes looking!

I almost gave up trying to spot what you were referring to, but finally saw them.

I could be wrong BUT they do admittedly look very much like suction based breast enlargement attachments. YES, for those that don't know, it is a bona fide non-surgical method - albeit takes quite a while.

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On 23/05/2018 at 15:39, anonguest said:

I almost gave up trying to spot what you were referring to, but finally saw them.

I could be wrong BUT they do admittedly look very much like suction based breast enlargement attachments. YES, for those that don't know, it is a bona fide non-surgical method - albeit takes quite a while.

really?

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Do breast enlargement pumps work? In a word, no. Their claims are that they create blood flow to the breast by means of suction, causing increased circulation in the breast, and further, magically balancing the hormone levels and increasing tissue and collagen. It’s nonsense. - http://gainbiggerbreasts.com/the-truth-behind-breast-enlargement-pumps-do-they-work/

Personally I prefer 'em smaller and perkier, so pretty ambivalent, but would like to know what clin trials have been performed.

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1 hour ago, Sledgehead said:

 

Personally I prefer 'em smaller and perkier, so pretty ambivalent, but would like to know what clin trials have been performed.

Suction based enlargement is an established technique. Success rates are variable (so I was told once by a chap who was in that business) not because it doesn't work but because it requires daily 'treatment' for an extended period of time and few women persevere long enough or follow instructions as stated - but it does avoid any form of surgery and has that significant appeal.

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17 hours ago, Sledgehead said:

So no clinical trials then

Now you've managed to get the dormant lecherous part of me smuttily curious.....   😄

A quick Googling (strictly for scientific curiousity of course!) reveals the answer to be yes.

Random hits on the topic:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10845308

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=126986&page=1

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4 hours ago, anonguest said:

Now you've managed to get the dormant lecherous part of me smuttily curious.....   😄

A quick Googling (strictly for scientific curiousity of course!) reveals the answer to be yes.

Random hits on the topic:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10845308

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=126986&page=1

 

Thanks for that. I'll probably read those when I've a spare five mins. As to your dormant lech, I could tell him not to worry too much about the published research: nobody ever had too much research, after all. Now all he needs is a lab coat and an official looking advert strategically placed in halls of residence 😁

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It's annoying when that kind of thing happens. I sold a laptop once and didn't realize I was actually in the reflection. It was a nice sunny day outside and the light must have been at the right angle.

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On 24/05/2018 at 18:38, anonguest said:

Suction based enlargement is an established technique. Success rates are variable (so I was told once by a chap who was in that business) not because it doesn't work but because it requires daily 'treatment' for an extended period of time and few women persevere long enough or follow instructions as stated - but it does avoid any form of surgery and has that significant appeal.

I always found suction based enlargement to be a successful process 100% of the time.

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On 27/05/2018 at 08:56, longgone said:

I always found suction based enlargement to be a successful process 100% of the time.

But the effects short lived?

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