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I Imagine Relief While Feeling Comfortably Numb

I imagine relief while feeling comfortably numb... anesthetized courtesy central air analogous to gulping down a tall glass of ice cold water, which equals ultimate thirst quencher, especially for those experiencing onset dehydration, the following poetic opinion/editorial shared by yours truly, a former consumer who quaffed truckloads sugary and sports drinks found mine once sculpted baby boomer body undergoing gender reorientation, particularly nondescript breasts incrementally found busting (rivaling playboy bunny chest) necessitated this garden variety NON GMO gluten free husband "papa," an endearment addressed by the missus puzzled when her brassieres went missing loathe to believe what sounded like cock and bull story embarrassed, yet finally relented into pestiferous inquisitiveness hen pecking wife, she stood agape, after I dare bare unclothed upper torso revealed floppy, limp biscuit sagging sorry excuse for bosom hence necessitating yours truly to resort as partial crossdresser, yet never foreseeing anatomical morphology transforming (analogous to mushroom popping up following bucketloads of rain) thus went cold turkey, (as attested by this gobbledygook) to swear off high caloric non nutritious popular beverages (generating bajillions dollars), and additionally forced non chipper infowar i.e. internal three ring circuits uncivil insurrection (a tad more'n eighteen months ago) as weeks elapsed months (this unplanned resolution dated June seventeenth two thousand twenty two), discarded over the shoulder boulder holder in tandem with exercise few times per week alternating plying twenty pound dumbbells and exercising viz pedaling (quasi bicycle) machine a pronounced reduction saved me big bucks undergoing cosmetic (Liposuction) surgery!

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