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Thursday, 20 April 2017

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Now what's his name? Oh Jesus, I forgot!

UK scientists have discovered a wonder drug for neurodegenerative brain diseases, including dementia.

"Sorry, what's my name?"

This drug will give hope to millions of people who tend to forget many things including Jaggedone of Spoof fame.

"Sorry, who?"

Patients like Jaggedone who put toothpaste in the fridge, cannot find their false teeth in the morning and ask the missus, "when was the last time we had sex?" And what is that roll of paper hanging in the bathroom for? Will be relieved to hear the news!

"Sorry, what news?"

For many of demented people the drug has come too late, but never mind because I have found my false teeth in the oven, thanks to my wife...

"Darling, who are you, Oh the cleaning lady, please carry on, can I pinch your bum?"

This is really superb progress and Jaggedone wishes to thank all of those scientists for doing such a grand job!

"What the fuck is a scientist? Oh, I understand it's those weird people who look like Frankenstein who discovered The Invisible Man, now where is he?"

Hopefully, this drug will become available before Jaggedone forgets his real name, where he lives, and what color underpants he is wearing.

"Underpants? What the fuck are underpants? Oh I get it, those things with 2 holes at the bottom and a hole in front that catch my combustion after eating cabbage and look like Theresa May's face, she's a stinking old fart too!"

Where there's hope there's life as long as you can remember it!

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