In Case You Missed It: Drinking cum ‘saves’ tatas
Yeah we know the study was done back in 2003, but guess what: “Fellatio may significantly decrease the risk of breast cancer in women!”; or so says a mocked-up CNN health page:
Women who perform the act of fellatio and swallow semen on a regular basis, one to two times a week, may reduce their risk of breast cancer by up to 40 percent, a North Carolina State University study found.
Besides the fake post obviously being written by a dude, we at Playgirl did a little bit of research and found this at urbanlegends.about.com:
“Is it really necessary to debunk this? The names alone suffice to expose the text as a spoof: Dr. B.J. Sooner. Dr. Inserta Shafteer. Dr. Len Lictepeen. This is clearly not an Associated Press news story.
“The text first appeared, dolled up to look exactly like a CNN News Web page, on a college student’s Web site in early October 2003. It vanished without explanation soon afterward, only to reappear 24 hours later with a disclaimer stating that the story, which now bore the byline “Brandon Williamson,” was intended “for entertainment purposes only.” (A subsequent version was also stripped of all references to CNN, presumably due to threats of litigation.)”
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