Slim, thick girls will be the key to ‘smashing’ a ‘stunning’ Borax slime

The world has become obsessed with Borax, a synthetic version of slime which is used in a number of household products, and a new study has revealed that a slim, thick, black-and-white female model could be the next big thing.

The study by the marketing research company Brando also looked at a female model and two other women.

As a group, the slim, dark-skinned model was rated as having the most attractiveness.

But the slim female model, who is not part of the study, was rated slightly higher, and the slim dark-skin female model was the least attractive.

Both models, who have been given the name Slim Thick Girls, have the same build and were photographed by the same photographer.

Brando said the slim model’s appearance is also “totally unique” because she has never appeared in a Borax advertisement.

“We can’t really tell you how the model was chosen, but we can tell you that the model has been a big draw in our ads since the very beginning,” Brando told Fox Sports.

This is the first study in the world to investigate the popularity of a slim model.

“We knew there was a niche for this type of model, but it was just not well-known,” Brandos chief marketing officer Daniel D. said.

According to the study published in the journal Psychological Science, slim, black and white models can attract attention and therefore customers and are the ideal candidates for Borax ads.

“In the Borax commercials we see these models are the perfect candidates for the brand, but that is not the case for us.

We know that slim models are beautiful and appealing, but how they are selected is important,” Brandow said.

“We have created a model that is totally unique.”

A slim model, which looks nothing like a typical Borax ad model, was featured in the brand’s adverts in 2012, but is now gaining popularity in the fashion industry.

In addition to the slim slim model being a bit of a surprise, the brand said the brand has had a “massive success” with the slim and dark-haired models.

Borax was introduced to the UK in 2012 by the brand with the goal of “smashing” Borax.

It is still the only brand in the UK that uses Borax as a natural product, with only a handful of other brands in the country using the natural ingredient.

For a Borex to be used as a substitute for other substances, the ingredients must be “pure and free of synthetic or artificial colours, preservatives, flavours or other additives”, the brand states.

There are about 3,000 Borax ingredients in the products sold in Britain, and more than half of those are used in Borax-laced food products.

One of the most popular Borax products is Borax Nuts.

A slim slim black-haired model is pictured in a 2012 Borax advert.

(Supplied: Brando)The slim slim models could be used to boost sales of Borax for a range of brands, including the brand which sells products containing the synthetic ingredient, but also for a new line of Borex-lacing products.

Borex is not a drug, but rather a natural ingredient which was discovered in the 1980s by scientists working at the University of Cambridge.

Boric acid, which is also found in foodstuffs, has been used for hundreds of years in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a range to many ailments.

Boroax was developed in the late 1960s by pharmaceutical companies to treat cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

Its popularity in Britain has grown in recent years, with a growing number of people who are overweight or obese opting to use Borax supplements.

British retailers have started stocking Borax in bulk, with one brand already selling Borax powder for a premium price.

Currently, there are over 3,700 Borax product stores in Britain.

However, some brands are also marketing Borax to customers who are looking for natural alternatives to Borax based on other ingredients, like vitamins and minerals.

Earlier this month, B&Q launched a BorEx range, which includes Borax water, Borax protein powder, Borex water, and Borax food and supplements.