I posted a hub and is been published. but i have come to discover that Ads have been disabled on i. Please, i have done everything possible to resolve it. Moreover, its a hub posted on the health section. So, please, kindly help me to review this and resolve this predicament. Here is the hub short URL:
Thanks for your anticipated cooperation.
Are you referring to "Chronicles of the Bosoms"? I hope it will soon be removed. That is not an appropriate subject for Hubpages, however much you try to pass it off as a 'womens' health topic'.
"You grasp your melons to prevent them from bubbling up and down whenever you dart to and fro the stairs."
No. Just no.
A link for our dear lurkers http://hubpages.com/health/Chronicles-o … -big-boobs
Thanks a lot for your prompt reply. As you can see, am new in posting hubs, so, i didn't quite get it right on this one. Any way, if i may ask: would it be okay if i reedit it? would it still be taking down? All the same, thanks for the reply.
Look Steve, you probably intended this to be funny, so it would be better to classify it under humor. That said, it's rather low-level boob humor best left on the junior high recess yard. The only thing that makes it funny is your bizarre broken English, and unfortunately this site requires a better level of English.
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