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Old 07-31-2012, 01:59 PM   #886
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I saw several folks on Airtran bigger than you and they were fine. I am an 18/20 and had lots of extra belt left. You should be fine. I assume you fly out of DAY too!

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I second that.. I am a 20/22 and usually have some room to spare on the seatbelt on Airtran flights. I would try and sit in the rows with 2 seats across, sitting in the middle seat is a little cramped. Now, business class seats are excellent! I do suggest trying to upgrade for $49 to business class when you check in for your flight!

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Old 07-31-2012, 03:18 PM   #887
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What is working for you? Please share, because I would love to be as successful as you...not skinny just would love to be a 1X again...
please understand that I am not saying this to be mean but I have spent a lot of time throughout this year writing out what it is I have been doing for people who are curious such as yourself and frankly it has been a bust everytime...it takes awhile to write it all down and if a person just dismisses it or starts and doesnt see it through then I can get kind of irritated...so instead, here is the link for it and it explains the whole process...once you have read it I would be more than happy if you are still interested to answer any questions or concerns that you have...

http://hcgdietinfo.com/HCG-Weight-Loss-FAQ.htm

I follow Dr. Simeon's diet so when you get down to where there are links for the different ones then choose his...also, be aware that this is a temporary thing...it goes in rounds and each round the diet shown on here is for a max of 40 days and min. of 23...then you move on to other foods so its not a permanent thing...oh and on this link it mainly talks about the shots...they also have drops and pellets if you dont want the shots and those do NOT need a perscription...if you decide to do it I will let you know where you can purchase it...its not cheap anymore like it used to be but it works so who cares!!
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:13 PM   #888
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Hi. I was wondering if any pooh sized people had any trouble with the seats at cirque du soleil?
My daughter and I are both Pooh-sized. When we attended Cirque du Soleil a few years ago, I asked for aisle seats due to our size. They were very understanding and actually put us in the section that was reserved for handicapped accessible seating since it was not being used. We sat very comfortably on individual chairs and thoroughly enjoyed the show.
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:45 PM   #889
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wow..totally not trying to be mean here but they had to have been VERY large because even people who wear 3X can ride that one...
I couldn't ride Kali. I am a 3X/28 and had no problems riding anything else. Got through all turnstyles fine. But I had to get off of Kali because the seatbelt wouldnt buckle.
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Old 08-01-2012, 07:16 PM   #890
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I couldn't ride Kali. I am a 3X/28 and had no problems riding anything else. Got through all turnstyles fine. But I had to get off of Kali because the seatbelt wouldnt buckle.
If you don't mind me asking...was this when the seatbelt was for both people or when it was for a single person??
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Old 08-03-2012, 10:01 PM   #891
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If you don't mind me asking...was this when the seatbelt was for both people or when it was for a single person??
both seatbelts
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Old 08-05-2012, 07:35 PM   #892
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Next time you ride, you can ask to sit by yourself and the seatbelt should work. The seats & seatbelt are typically for 2 people. They wanted to put DH & I next to each other...no way that working! We basically said we want our own section and they let us and it fit fine. Hopefully that helps someone else. That or put a really small child next to you. That's kinda how it works on Primevil Whirl too. I always say we only want 2 people total in the car and they let us.
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Old 08-06-2012, 01:57 AM   #893
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I rode Kali in May of this year. There were two separate belts and it almost didn't fit. I am more of a 4x-5x though. What I did was buckle the belt while I was semi-standing, under my belly, then kinda sat down into it.

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My daughter and I are both Pooh-sized. When we attended Cirque du Soleil a few years ago, I asked for aisle seats due to our size. They were very understanding and actually put us in the section that was reserved for handicapped accessible seating since it was not being used. We sat very comfortably on individual chairs and thoroughly enjoyed the show.
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Old 08-06-2012, 07:45 AM   #895
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I'm hoping somebody on this thread has used Luvees panty coveralls. I'm concerned about the length of these as I am quite short. Does anybody out there have these and can you tell me how true to size they are and how long they are in the thigh area. I like the looks of the longer ones (brown and pink) but I'm concerned about the length and of course I can't find anything on their website that has to do with a size chart. Thanks for any info!!!!
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:44 PM   #897
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I'm hoping somebody on this thread has used Luvees panty coveralls. I'm concerned about the length of these as I am quite short. Does anybody out there have these and can you tell me how true to size they are and how long they are in the thigh area. I like the looks of the longer ones (brown and pink) but I'm concerned about the length and of course I can't find anything on their website that has to do with a size chart. Thanks for any info!!!!
I have never used them before but they look really nice. hope someone has some info on them like do they work to keep chaffing away.
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Old 08-09-2012, 03:41 PM   #898
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I have never used them before but they look really nice. hope someone has some info on them like do they work to keep chaffing away.
I've ready some excellent reviews and even some DISers have used them. I just need info on size/length. I would like to order a couple pair to wear under my sundresses for our upcoming trip in 2 weeks. Hopefully, somebody can share the info with me.
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Old 08-09-2012, 04:34 PM   #899
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I'm hoping somebody on this thread has used Luvees panty coveralls. I'm concerned about the length of these as I am quite short. Does anybody out there have these and can you tell me how true to size they are and how long they are in the thigh area. I like the looks of the longer ones (brown and pink) but I'm concerned about the length and of course I can't find anything on their website that has to do with a size chart. Thanks for any info!!!!
I've sent you a PM with details. Hope it helps!
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Body shapers

Anyone have experience wearing a body shaper to the parks. I see a lot of posts about how to keep from chafing. I have never had a chafing problem but would think a shaper would prevent this too. Mine are all light weight and I wear them year round without them being too hot.
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