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Those readers with a keen memory for such things will remember the recent case of mammarily-challenged college girl Michel. Poor old Michel launched a web appeal for a boob job and, A-cup in hand, threw herself on the tender mercies of the world's web community.

Incredibly, Michel has now raised the $4.,500 required to give her life a boost. Apparently, "Maxim Magazine was sweet enough to link to me from their site, pushing the boob fund over the top. If you want to continue to help out, please use their suggest a babe form to nominate me to be in a future issue. They helped so much - perhaps they would be curious to see the results of their efforts? At 5 feet tall, I'm no model, but I do have nice fat lips!"

Really? No doubt as a result of the success of www.givevaginoplasty.com. Is there no end to this madness? ®

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Michel suggests that she may post some "after" photos on her site. Purely for scientific purposes, obviously. We look forward to seeing how far she goes in pushing back her own personal envelope.

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