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Wednesday, 8 February 2012

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Shippensburg students can take one in the morning, that is, if they haven't chewed their arm off at the elbow

Shippensburg, Pa. - Little Johnny Waters, the 11-year-old brother of Suzanne Waters of Somerset, PA, got a little more bang for the buck than he'd anticipated.

Sitting around bored while visiting his sister, a sophomore at Shippensburg University, Johnny asked his parents for some cash so that he could raid a vending machine in his sister's dorm.

Thinking he'd bought himself a role of Sweet Tarts, Little Johnny came back to his sister's room munching on a morning-after pill and sipping Mountain Dew.

No one noticed the mistake until Little Johnny finally got a word in edge-wise. Said father Burton Waters: "Johnny wanted to know why there was only one Sweet Tart in the box and why it cost him $25."

The family rushed Little Johnny to the campus health center where it was determined that the only thing wrong with him was that he couldn't read.

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