Written by Blazing Saddle
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Saturday, 15 August 2009

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California Select Grade virgins(!) audition for Mythbusters

The Mythbusters have excelled themselves. In a specially extended, 4-week programme, the guys were treated to 25 virgins each, at a rate of 3 per day with Saturdays off. Said a TV company boss - "I have never seen the guys so dedicated or keen. They were an inspiration and I am proud to have been associated with this crucial programme".

The myth under challenge was the old chestnut, "let me make love to you tonight, and in just fourteen short days, your virginity will grow back and no-one will ever know".

The deflorations were specially recorded by hidden cameras, as were the assurances of the guys that the 2-week regrowth was factual.

For anyone interested, the research screwing is available on http//www.kinellimgetting awaywiththis.web.

The token female presenter apparently refused to participate, her hymen having been destroyed in the explosion of a home-made bouncing bomb a la Dambusters.

The conclusion of the 4-week programme saw the ex-virgins medically examined by a passing first-aider on national television.

No hymen had gown back!

Myth Busted!

STOP PRESS: The Mythbusters have been challenged by Governator Arnold Schwarznegger to disclose where the hell in California they found 50 virgins.

STOP PRESS #2: One of the virgins is pregnant. Another myth for busting?

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