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Nasal Soft Strips: Suppress Your Appetite by Dangling Something from Your Nostrils

Sixteen years ago, the AromaTrim infomercial sold a piece of plastic that a person could hold underneath his or her nose to feel full and thus prevent overeating.

Nasal Soft Strips work in much the same way—except that it makes you look like an even bigger dork than AromaTrim did!

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Nasal Soft Strips will keep you looking trim, and the only drawback is that you have to walk around with a white strip hanging out of your nose, which will very likely distract people from admiring your slim physique.

Part of the commercial makes it seem as if Nasal Soft Strips need only be worn for a few minutes. The appetite suppression is then supposed to last for hours. But they show people wearing this thing in their kitchen, car, and office. In real life, a person would go into the bathroom, triple check that the door is locked, stick this thing up their nose for as little time as necessary, and then quickly hide the evidence.

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  • 2 Responses to “Nasal Soft Strips: Suppress Your Appetite by Dangling Something from Your Nostrils”

  • Paul this is your life? Stating the obvious? No wonder your wife left you.
    You should never criticize people who have way more money than you, you look like a jealous little boy.

    Comment by ZACATACK on February 7, 2012 at 12:53 am

  • Maybe people will start wearing Nasal Soft Strips and the GoJo Hands Free for the ultimate fashion statement.

    Comment by Paul Lucas on February 7, 2012 at 1:31 pm

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