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Wednesday, 11 April 2012

The Government today released a statement declaring that eating disorders are not/have never been real, and instead have been an elaborate hoax, created by two friend's in the 1980's.

"It is a shame that so many people have chosen to fall for this hoax, even going as far as giving endless interviews to trashy magazines, interviews to TV chat shows, repetitious declarations of despair to family and friends, brazenly rude refusals of perfectly good meals, and general sneaky behavior worthy of a Carry On film German spy" Stated David Cameron in a press conference this morning.

One person in attendance attempted to deny Mr Cameron's claims but he was quickly put down with a condescending 'shush' from the Prime Minister, the person in question was later said to have been found forcefully making himself sick in a toilet but nothing was found to have left his body, thus lending support to the claims of a hoax.

It is not known what effect today's declaration will have but bookmakers have made dyslexia the favourite at 2/1 to replace eating disorders as the new popular condition.

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