When Kimmer had to remove the fake success stories from the kimkins front page, she instead put up pictures of four people that were starting out: “Watch us lose in real time.”
Kimmer was one of them, after having admitted to not being the 118 lbs lady in red. Of course, she could still not post an accurate picture of herself, but that’s another story.
SingingLass was another, with her 100 lbs loss in some unspecified time period.
The remaining two were a couple, Brian and Heather, recruited by Tippy Toes.
However, when Flippy Tripsy abandoned ship and started a camp, Brian and Heather followed. Brian is the webmaster for Tripsy’s new home, The Campfire at Camp Carb Away. Believe me, Tripsy can use Brian’s help. I have never known another person so unable to learn even the most basic computer tasks. Reports from inside the camp confirm that she has not improved.
With Brian and Heather gone (that actually seemed to lose some weight) the progress of the “Watch us lose” figures on kimkins is a sorry sight. Kimmer herself is losing 1 – 2 pounds per week (what happened with “turbo loss”, “no faster diet, none”?) and SingingLass seems to be at a complete standstill.
While there are still many “articals” on the web directing unsuspecting victims to kimkins, it is doubtful that anybody would actually sign up after looking at the front page. With the loss of the pretty Russian girls and just a stretched photo of Kimmer and a still overweight SingingLass, the site does no longer suggest “fast and easy” weight loss.