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Coffee Grounds to Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite
Travis: Coffee I love coffee.
Travis: That --
Liz: It doesn’t look too good does it?
Travis: No, I don’t want to drink that.
Liz: This is -- yeah, after you make your coffee you’ve got these coffee grounds. Well if you also have a cellulite problem you may have another use for your coffee grounds, okay.
Travis: So we would actually put this on an area where someone is suffering from cellulite.
Liz: From cellulite. Yeah.
Travis: But who would possibly wants to try this?
Liz: Well we all have cellulite, women have cellulite. I'm not letting you do on me, do you have any ideas. You know what he’ll do anything.
Jim: You guys still have the dress that Richard Simmons, I couldn’t find my headband but this is the best I could do.
Travis: Alright so.
Liz: Where’s your cellulite?
Jim: Well I don’t know if you look at my muscular legs, maybe a little bit right back there. I don’t know.
Liz: Alright, well back at the thighs that’s the problem area for a lot of women, so what we’re going to be doing --
Travis: So I have to promise myself I would never apply caffeine to the back of your leg but I'm about to do it.
Jim: And you're going to drink that.
Liz: You're going to take some warm coffee ground.
Jim: I think we’re going to break the seal here.
Liz: Yeah, let’s break the seal here. We can take the warm coffee ground and mix it with any oil that you have in the kitchen.
Travis: So olive oil?
Liz: Olive oil, corn oil, anything will do.
Jim: A little juicy down in there.
Liz: Apply a layer of the coffee grounds and the thinking here is that the caffeine is a diuretic.
Travis: Is that right?
Jim: Because you don’t have to bend over.
Travis: Why don’t you lay on your belly?
Jim: Lay on my belly?
Travis: Lay on your belly my friend.
Liz: Don’t push the bed because we’re doing the thighs.
Travis: This isn’t about your muscles this is about -- alright. This wont hurt a bit.
Liz: You apply the caffeine so that it has a nice consistency.
Jim: Oh, yeah.
Male: You know this is the real problem area, his butt.
Liz: You know --
Female: We’ve got two different perspectives, he’s got a nice butt.
Male: And we flex before you squeeze.
Female: You’ve got a nice butt.
Liz: Oh, Lord. Don’t flex, flexing makes cellulite worst.
Liz: Any woman will tell you that.
Travis: Just relax, just relax.
Liz: Okay, and then after you apply this goopy mixture we’re going to cover it with some plastic wrap which you should also have around in the kitchen and you keep this on for 15 minutes to half an hour.
Travis: You just relax.
Liz: And this is a --
Female: He’s going --
Liz: This is a quick fix. It’s only going to --
Jim: This is just wrong at so many levels.
Liz: Reduce the appearance of Jim’s cellulite about 24 hours so we can go to the ball and come home and look it through.
Travis: And this is going to be somewhat subtle, the new ideas that it’s dehydrating the area between the cells.
Female: Hey, Travis I think you need to massage that in there a little bit, you know to move it around.
Liz: You know when you massage I'm --
Female: A little butt massage.
Jim: Yeah, you’ve got really nice hands, Travis.
Travis: What the heck?
Jim: There you go.
Travis: There you go buddy.
Jim: Thank you, yeah, nice. Oh, Travis you have a very soft touch.
Female: There you go, I'm telling you.
Jim: I like that.
Liz: I got to tell you.
Male: We can see it working already Jim.
Female: Yeah, that’s right.
Liz: I have to be nice to poor Jim because these are some muscular legs.
Travis: Looking good buddy.
Jim: Thank you.
Travis: There you go. I'm incredibly uncomfortable right now, so --
Jim: You're uncomfortable?
Travis: Liz, thank you for this great opportunity. And you know I’m just going to cover this up because -- there we go.