“I Can’t Take a Boy with THAT Many Pimples!”


My question: if this happened to Jack in 2013, could he launch a successful discrimination lawsuit?

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     Posted By: Paul - Tue Oct 08, 2013
     Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues | Body | Work and Vocational Training | Advertising | 1930s

Is there any truth to yeast clearing the skin? Interesting.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/08/13 at 09:48 AM
My question is, "When was the last time some pimple-faced kid even wanted to get a job?".
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 10/08/13 at 10:39 AM
Didn't we have a story here about people with enough yeast in their gut that would ferment their meals and render them continuously intoxicated? Young Jack Smith may not want that result.

Young Jack Smith should use "Medac." (The Who fans will know.)
Posted by KDP on 10/08/13 at 12:27 PM
Had a face like a currant bun.
Posted by Kram on 10/09/13 at 12:03 AM
After coming across this blog which is actually quite funny lol i thought i would add some useful information for people that do actually suffer with spots and pimples...

I found that drinking around 9 pints of water a day is a great way to help purify the skin and keep your body clean without unwanted toxins lurking around. The reason to keep your skin hydrated is because just like everything on the planet, it needs water to survive and your skin is no different of course.

Another useful point is to stop using soap as this can irritate your skin without you knowing and make you come out with even more spots and it will lead to spot scarring, so try and keep your pores clear by just using good old fashioned water.

Another remedy is to use organic fruit juice, lemons to be accurate, the acid in the juice tightens the skin and keeps your skin looking fresh and not droopy, also if you have spot scars it will help with them disappearing

I hope this helped someone like it helped me

Callam A
Posted by Callam Alexander on 11/14/13 at 02:19 PM
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