How could I not?

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I saw this ad a while back and knew I had to try it.

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I mean really, how could I resist?

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Though despite the name, I won’t be rubbing it on my bum.

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I have no earthly idea what cupuacu butter is….

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But the fact that the cream is actually pronounced ‘boom boom’… makes it worth the risk.

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I’m not loving or flaunting what I’ve got. Nope. Not for years, there’s just too much of it now.

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But this stuff is rich, delightfully creamy and smells absolutely fabulous. The scent is almost strong enough to wear as a light perfume. And if the guarana wants to tighten my thighs? Who am I to argue.

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If it could do something about my hot flashing red cheeks? I’d buy it by the barrel.

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16 thoughts on “How could I not?”

  1. Usually when I comment, I try to insert myself into the narrative, but with the boom boom cream, I find no good insertion point …
    … but apparently guaraná has four times the amount of caffeine as coffee, so it can’t be all bad. Assuming you drink it …

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  2. Just wear your covid protection mask at all times and no one will notice your “hot flashing red cheeks.”

    P.S. I’m a veritable font of helpful suggestions — just ask my wife (if you do, no need to include the word “helpful”).

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    1. Good grief, no! If I have a mask on longer than 15 minutes my hot flashes ramp up to surface of the sun temperatures and I’m in danger of melting into a wicked witch of the west puddle at your feet.

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  3. Capuacu is a fruit that comes from the Brazilian Amazon rainforest and is very closely related to cocoa. The pulp that surrounds the seed is used to produce juice, jam and ice cream, while the seeds are pressed to remove the oily butter. This exotic plant butter is a very rich emollient that is high in phenolic compounds such as proanthocyanidins that protect the skin from oxidative damage. Cupuacu butter contains flavonoinds including theograndins. These antioxidants offer potential protection against oxidative stress associated with chronic diseases and premature aging. It is also high in phytosterols, especially beta-sitosterol.

    I guess I just assumed everybody knew that…

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