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Topics: Sex, orgasm

Friday, 8 February 2008

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Confusion about what making orgasms illegal might mean

The entire population of UK was thrown into confusion today when the High Court announced that it considered Orgasms illegal. The news was all the more perplexing following the recent announcement by the EC about protecting the orgasm brand..

However, it emerged that the shock announcement referred to a new internet service provider who have created the domain name org.asms - through which you can send free text messages. The court action was brought by the major networks - fearing that the lucrative SMS business would be threatened.

It was also brought by Arthur Pennington from Swansea who is impotent and said that: "If I can't come then nobody can."

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