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Monday, 30 November 2009

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The World Health Organization has issued a press release recommending that men with man boobs follow the lead of their wives, mothers, and daughters in learning how to perform self breast examinations. The rising incidence of breast cancer in men and the growing number of overweight men with man boobs are the reasons for the advice and recommendations.

New pamphlets describing the procedure will be printed in eighty five languages and should be available for distribution before the beginning of the New Year "We were going to use the same pamphlet that we have for women," said Dr. Kelly Hu, "but we found that this led more often than not to masturbation instead of examination."

United States Vice President Joe Biden has been named Chairman of the International Committee To Promote Breast Cancer Awareness in Men. From his office on Capital Hill, the Vice President said "we must not think of this as playing with our tits. We should, instead, look at this as a way to detect lumps and prevent or beat cancer. I, myself, have been doing this self examination for a few years."

Biden also recommended that husbands and wifes could practice the procedure on each other as a way of improving foreplay and slowing the spread of breast cancer.

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