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June 02, 2009

WE SAW THEM OPEN FOR THE SEX PISTOLS

Foul Genital Odor

(Thanks to Justin Beland)

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They were definitely part of Brittney's tour. . .

You should have saved this one for the breakfast posts, Dave.

Thank god you found a treatment, Justin, while googling.

*SNORK* @ Marg - beautiful! :D

Best uses of the words "etiology" and "multifactorial" in a single sentence EVER.

Moon-Bum Kim, MD?

I'm certainly not making fun of the authors names.

Makes a note to stand up wind from Justin for a while.

Presumably the Botox also took care of the patient's wrinkles, too.

Genital odor is an uncommon condition characterized by an offensive and malodorous smell in the genital area.

From your Department of Redundancy Department.

Don't do it Justin! Just say you work in a fish market!

Didn't they play right after Three Dog Night?

I've always wondered what the medical term for "the pubes" was, but now, thanks to this blog alone, I now know it is "the genital hair bearing area"... Thanks to Justin and Dave!

Key medical name: MOON-BUM KIM, MD

Isn't that redundant too?

'Boom boom boom boom
I want you in my room
Let's spend the night together
From now until forever
Boom boom boom boom
I wanna double boom
Let's spend the night together
Together in my room'

I was watching one of those divorce court shows.

The judge asks the plaintif (an older black guy) how he knew he was being cheated on. the guy says " I walked into our bedroom and I could smell sex, UNSAVORY sex."

{Presumably the Botox also took care of the patient's wrinkles, too.}

Posted by: Danny | June 02, 2009 at 04:53 PM

Which ones?

Wow. Botox for the hooha?? They may be on to something.

Texgal,
I was thinking of the ones in the GHBA.

Bo-crotch?

Yo wrinkly old azz.

fivver:

"From your Department of Redundancy Department."

...and the natural guard.

What you didn't get from this abstract was the wonderful photos of what the "affected area" looks like following treatment. Picture a basketball with measles.

I think this is one post that works better without photos.

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