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Sunday, 21 November 2010

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See, this is your double-chin gene, and this is your sausage-fingers gene...

TheSpoof.com, the best satire website in the history of the universe has now accepted advertising from genetics and stem-cell wholesalers Injectogen, whose tagline, "Impure cDNA Synthesis, no. Delicious, yes." resonates with absolutely no one.

"Do you know how many CEOs of Gene Expression Analysis companies that need chIP-seq DNA Methylation and 1D Electrophoresis services read TheSpoof?" asked a TheSpoof source who wishes to remain Mark.

"Seriously, how many? None? F--k."

The Injectogen banner ads, which inexplicably features 3 or 4 tropical fruit-flavored Lifesavers, have been generating a lot of traffic to the RNA-scrubbers' site.

"Our traffic has exploded," said a source for Injectogen. "Unfortunately, the traffic generated from TheSpoof has not resulted in click-throughs for us."

"We've actually sold kits to famous progeny, although I don't believe they understood what the product was," says the Injectogen source. "Suri Cruise wanted to have her crazy gene removed, but that calls for a DNA purification process."

The press release from TheSpoof.com read: "We are proud to have Injectogen as part of the TheSpoof.com family of advertisers. Since H&R Block pulled their advertising after two days, Injectogen is now our #1 client."

"We expect our relationship to continue indefinitely, or until Showtime has another exploitative cancer-themed show to promote."

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