Written by Roy Turse
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Topics: Acne, G-Spot

Monday, 23 February 2009

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should have washed her hands

Acne-ridden teenager Felicia Rudename has said she will be taking Searakill, the famed skin problem company to court over a claim that she lost her G-Spot following an intensive course of anti-acne treatment.

She first used the product after one of her classmates referred to her as Mount Vesuvius, and she found that over time her skin improved and she became attractive to boys. However, by the time she had become sexually active and was just known as Vesuvius, she realised that something was wrong.

After being admitted to the St. Evenage Hospital for Unwed Slappers in June, Felicia was told her G-Spot had been eradicated due to cross-contamination by the treatment. Obviously she was annoyed: "It doesn't matter that it's a hard to get to, possibly imaginary place that has taken on mythical importance in the lives of millions, Atlantis is where I want to live and they won't let me in without a G-Spot."

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