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  • She has the kind of plumptious breasts and thighs beloved of cartoonist Robert Crumb.

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  • Mind you, I saw a lissom backside in a sari here and there, and a few pairs of plumptious bouncers hanging out of low corsages, and thought to myself, there's a few here who'd repay care and attention - and they'd probably be glad of it, too, for a more sawn-off and runty collection than their menfolk I never did see.

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  • On the first floor are several plumptious bedrooms, and a little staircase leading to the second floor, where the children's rooms are, plus a small home gym.

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  • Just work at it and you fortysomething pluses can retain a plumptious, fecund look well into middle age.

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  • He must be defeated by the tattifelariousness of the plumptious Prince Ken of Knotty Ash!

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