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Thursday, 23 August 2007

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Mexico City, Mexico (IP) - A submarine full of drugs was busted off of the coast of Guatemala today. The drug sub was enroute to the United States and its point of origin was Columbia.

The submarine was full of alka seltzer and busted wide open when water entered the sub. There was a violent reaction when water met alka seltzer and the build up in the internal pressure of the submarine was more than the thin hull of the vessel could withstand.

Last week a similar event was reported when viagara became activated aboard a small submarine. The Palm Beach bound submarine swelled rapidly to twenty times its normal size and turned a bright purple sheen. The submarine had been leased by frustrated older Palm Beach women with too many face lifts and with husbands who had grown feeble and impotent due to their advanced age.

Both events have been traced to the use of screen doors installed on the subs. Screen doors do not seem to work well when installed on subs due to their pourous nature and a violation of the law of osmosis which clearly states that a substance of high concentration will always move through a permeable membrane into an area of lower concentration.

Jesse jackSin said the whole thing made his hayd feel like it was fixin to bust open.

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