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Topics: Aids

Monday, 8 October 2007

(China)- A recent experiment conducted in a Bejing lab, concluded yesterday that a cure for AIDS could be on shelves as early as 2020.

The doctors realized that the affects on the body caused by AIDS can be neutralized by intaking large amounts of Cociane mixed together with large amounts of Alcohol, the side-affects of which include lots of unprotected sex and a unfortunate attraction to ugly women.

Sources have confirmed that this "wonder-drug" will be injected into the bloodstream using an IV but may also be obtained by hardcore partying. The intake of this drug is a way to completely change the way your bloodstream works by making your blood thick, like that of molasses.

Doctors recommend intake for this drug to be at the minimum of 10 times daily.

Other side effects are claimed to cause the destruction of your liver or an over active bladder. Many recommended one maintains close proximity to a toilet, Don Jon or other secluded area where one may urinate peacefully for several serene minutes.

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