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November 18, 2009


A middle-aged Taiwanese man tricked up to 20 women into sleeping with him by claiming he had a rare medical condition.

(Thanks to Siouxie)


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Don't be sad, Siouxie. I'm sure he'll call you soon.

Hey.....it could happen.

Already in Barney's Playbook on How I Met Your Mother...

I can't believe women would fall for such a transparent stunt.

Tsk, tsk. Men are much too smart to fall for such a trick.

Are there many blondes in Taiwan??

Umm, I have to point out that the actual condition this guy has is not all that rare...

Yes, pad. It seems to be pretty common.
I think the name for it is 'Y chromosome'.

*snork* @ NotSherly!

i'm learning taiwanese
i think i'm learning taiwanese
i really think so...

Siouxz -- not that many blondes there, but if you want their phone numbers, this guy has 'em.

Me so stoopid.

Well why doesn't he meet up with Michelle Thompson, of Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome fame, and see if they can arrange a steel cage boink match?

He would then tell the women on the phone he had a father who had a medical condition which meant he had to have constant sex to stay alive.

Are there many blondes in Taiwan??

Posted by: Siouxie | November 18, 2009 at 09:53 AM

Darn you, Siouxie. Get out of my brain!


He seemed perfectly nice.

Reminds me of Tony Curtis w/ Marilyn Monroe in "Some Like It Hot".

You mean he's not sick? Is my face red...

The hardest part (well...) was convincing them I was Chinese.

*SMACKS* Jeff's brain ;-P

What a line to fall for.

Typical in-screw-table oriental.

" Patent applied for "

Does he teach on-line classes?

At least it's not as bad as those people who sent Oral Roberts money because otherwise he was going to die....

Besides, he may have bought breakfast after..... Article kind of vague.

Probably just another day Formosa these gals.

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