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Posted: 6 Sep 13 21:50

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Olympic Chiefs have decided to include Farting into the London 2012 Olympic Games. The Olympic Panel Committee agreed unanimously that if they were going to have silly events like Gymnastic Ribbon Twirling & Synchronized Swimming in the Olympics, then Farting is a viable option. The event will include many different disciplines of Farting: Men's, Women's and mixed doubles catagories. 3 j.....

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Posted: 6 Sep 13 21:54
This is fucking genius. I challenge anyone not to roll with laughter reading this fucker. Every four or five words, I was crippled. I really and honestly, in 36 years, do not think I have laughed at anything as much as this, in stage, screen or print. Absolute mastery.

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