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Saturday, 11 December 2010

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What Me Worry?

Oronithologically speaking, a scientific breakthrough was reported by Cialis today when it was revealed that in a controlled study involving one hundred male Red-headed Woodpeckers, all taken from nests at puberty and given one Cialis pill a day for seven days, 97 showed signs of pecker petrification after having erections for four hours or more.

The remaining 3 woodpeckers showed signs of clinical dropsy, a term describing the incidence of peckers becoming so hard that they dropped off.

Handicapped by not being able to call a doctor after four hours of their woody condition, most resorted to just "pecking away" at anything that would stand still. To the casual observer, who may not be concerned with woodpecker rights, this study may not be conclusive enough to prevent one from taking this dangerous drug.

As Dr. Billingsgate once said in a philosophical aside, "if my woodpecker can't take it, it's a sure sign that I shouldn't."

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