" /The prototype doll on this site does not supply young girls with anything similar to a realistic body image (think: Barbie post-breast implants and collagen lip injections).
Players win points to spend on the site via "battles" against other players for best-dressed doll, "hot or not" events, and by getting "fame" for the number of people who visit their profile.
Basically you keep iterating the following cycle: deploy - deploy Now lets consider a sample spam text: “Find sexy girls and guys at xyz.com”.
The simplest classifier (lets assume Bayesian text classifier) will start to crumble once the spammer changes the text to “fin d sex y girl s an d guy s a t m”.
Perrier is neither a mineral water nor a brand like any other. It is a free spirit, it is provocative, offbeat and unexpected, and it never takes itself too seriously.The latest Perrier commercial is the creative demonstration of this concentrate.It is the representation of all the sensations that overwhelm us when we drink it, and all the feelings that strike us when we look at it.The site has "role play" and other forums where rules are ignored and sexual content gets posted.
The female dress-up doll image and most of her fashion options are hyper-sexualized versions of women with big boobs, small waists, and plump lips.
Each balloon represents a special feature of Perrier: waiters, because you cannot say Perrier without saying sidewalk café; a fanfare to set the pace and strike a peculiar chord; sexy girls of flirtatious nature; a nacelle carrying the lion from a past French very famous Perrier commercial by Jean-Paul Goude; clubbers, because Perrier can fire up any party; crazy fireworks to illustrate the explosion that occurs in your mouth when you drink a Perrier; a tennis referee because Perrier is the official water of Roland Garros.