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August 09, 2007

Amazing Weight Loss pictures

It is impressive to see how people change after losing weight. The story of David E. Smith is not very clear (some say he had gastric bypass, others say he lost weight because of personal motivation). It is incredible to see his transformation in pictures. Regardless of what he did, he lost weight and this should be a motivation for all of us.

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JJ at UrbanBoys

Wow … that’s wild. He looks QUITE hot in that last pic … It was worth all the effort!

Have a great weekend, everybody!

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