Monday 21st August, 2017
27 ℃ | 34 ℃Kingston
Renowned psychologist Dr Leahcim Semaj says the reason so many slim-quick products are doing well on the local market is because Jamaicans still believe in the fallible notion of 'something for nothing'. Semaj's comments come at a time when slim-quick product 'Aloe Ginger Essence slimming cream' is selling like hot bread in downtown Kingston. "A lot of people would like to lose weight but they don't want to do the work," Semaj said. "It's this notion of getting something for nothing and there is no such thing in the universe." He continued: "Look back at Cash Plus (the ...
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