Posted by: Wendy
filed under: Miscellaneous
When I was logging into MSN Messenger tonight, I just noticed an no what is cytotec prescription cialis article that was featured in MSN Live. Usually I did not bother clicking on them, but this one caught my attention. The headline reads: 11 of the Weirdest Spa Treatments Ever.
Can you believe that one of the treatment involves dabbing your face with kamagra to buy bird shit?? Okie, it was “sanitized bird droppings” but I don’t think I like the idea of putting something that just came out from the butt of a bird onto my face, or anywhere on my body to be exact. I hate bird droppings, especially when they drop all over my car window and make my car looks like a big mess. I would want to get away as far from it as possible, not pay $115 to have it on my face.
Second weirdest out of the 11 involves making spa treatment using ramen soup. Seriously, the person who manages to promote and make this treatment big ought to be given an award in marketing. I remember someone told me once, “If you are a good marketer, you can sell anything to anyone, anywhere.” This Cheap Levitra is the epitome of marketing success…to be able to convince people buy phentermine that you need to go all the way to a spa treatment centre and pay admission fee just so that you can soak yourself in a tub filled with soggy noodles and ramen soup complete where to buy generic propecia with garlic extracts as well.
I refused to pay money to smell like garlic and ramen soup after a bath.
On another hand, I just got back from my friend’s wedding which was held yesterday. Pictures and blog entry about it to follow soon (I’m currently waiting for Rin to upload the pictures to the gallery)