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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

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Hoping that Dolly Parton knows what she is talking about, singer Taylor Swift has gone on a Potato Skin Diet to try to enlarge her boobs the natural way.

"Dolly told me she grew up on loving potato skins where most of her siblings wanted the center of the potatoes they roasted on a wood stove and that she believes that was what made her boobs grow so large", stated Swift yesterday.

"I don't want all that artificial stuff...at least at my age, maybe when I'm 60..but Dolly swears by potato skins."

Taylor had asked her mother about it and her mom told her that the skins were where all the vitamins and minerals were located. She also told her daughter that she had heard the same thing many years ago.

"Dolly told me to check out her sisters and cousins and see if their boobs are anything like hers and they aren't.", stated Taylor. "So she makes a pretty good case for them...not the boobs, the potato skins."

After we talked with Taylor in Nashville we caught Dolly after one of her shows and asked her about the skins.

"It will take awhile but I sure believe in them. My mother was always saying, 'Dolly, you eat all those skins and you'll make yourself top-heavy. Give you a bad back all your life. She was right on both boobs...accounts. At least today they have special bras you can wear."

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