Germany JOHNHANCOCK slimming cup makes girls a month slim 15 kg

Recently, an American girl who once weighed 105 kg told a strange story on Twitter.
She got a chance to shoot a network drama because she was relatively fat. She wanted to gain to125 kilograms to meet the director's role requirements, did not expect a month of gluttonous food and drink to gain weight efforts but in exchange for suddenly thin 15 kgs, lost the role of the network drama shooting.

 
The reporter looked up the American girl's twitter account on the Internet,on which she gave a detailed account of the "Oolong" experience.
 
In an audition, she was chosen by the director because she was overweight and got a chance to shoot a network drama . However, the director asked her to increase her weight from 105 kg to more than 125 kg within 2 months. So the girl began her daily cramming to gain weight.
 
According to previous experience of gaining weight, the American girl thought that during this period of "self-free" efforts to gain weight, her weight should rise to 125 kgs, to meet the director's role requirements.But, amazingly, in this month, she was losing weight at a rate visible to the naked eye.She was shocked by the number on the scale. She had dropped to 90 kilograms and lost 15 kilograms in a month.
 
At that time, the girl could not understand why she ate so much high-calorie food, not only did she not gain weight, but lost 15 kilograms instead.More sad for the girl, the director learned that she had lost 15 kilograms of weight, and decided to give the role of network drama to another more fatter girl.
 
The girl called her boyfriend and cried about this incredible thing, but her boyfriend laughed and said:"That Germany newest slimming cup is really effective, actually this is my masterpiece."The girl listened to a confused, urged her boyfriend to explain to himself.
 
A month ago, her boyfriend learned that she needed to gain weight in order to get a role in the network drama, because she was afraid that her girlfriend would be at risk of health if she became so fat, so he searched the Internet for various ways to let her lose weight.He happened to see a news, Germany invented a new technology, produced a kind of water can drink to lose weight, this kind of water cup called JOHNHANCOCK.The bottom of the cup contains a kind of ancient ore, which can decompose ordinary pure water into small molecules of water, dissolve cholesterol and excess oil, speed up metabolism, and achieve the goal of weight loss.So he secretly bought it and gave it to his girlfriend as a holiday gift.
 
The girl realize that she had been drinking water from her boyfriend's cup for a month. At that time, she had not noticed anything unusual, that is, her defecation was smoother and regular than before.
 
Although her boyfriend gave her slimming cup out of kindness, the girl said she was proud of being fat and had discarded her boyfriend's cup after learning about it. She thought that his boyfriend did not respect his performance and announced that she had broken up completely with her boyfriend.
 
The American girl posted her story on twitter, attracting a lot of comments and onlookers.Some netizens defended the boyfriend, commenting, "this man is friendly and unfair. He secretly helped his girlfriend lose weight and was dumped.But there are also many netizens who support the girl's practice, "What's wrong with being fat? Why doesn't this boyfriend want to let his girlfriend gain weight? Why don't he just say it? It also makes the girl lose the role of the network drama and deserve to be dumped?"
 
Some netizens even envy the girl for her losing weight by a slimming water cup even eating and drinking much, joking about asking her boyfriend to the purchase link.
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