Commonwealth Games: Brit all-girl oral sex team hopes to 'blow' away the competition

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Monday, 27 September 2010

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At each games new events are introduced to delight the spectators and so it is with the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

At the top of the charts - Britain's all-female oral sex team is all puckered up and feeling mighty confident at the Commonwealth Games.

Team Leader Phillipa 'Lippy' Widemouth and her team of fellow blowers proudly stretched their lips and gums for the media to show them just how ready they are.

She told the media: "We have been practicing hard and fast for these games on our male team members. We hope to blow away the entire competition at these games and sweep the podium in all our events".

The team has been practicing with sword-swallowers and doing deep-sea diving exercises to help members hold their breath for up to 10 minutes as "sometimes it can take longer than usual".

Members of the team have shattered all existing world records in singles, doubles and synchro team events. Their male team members gave the gals a big Three Thumbs Up and cheered them on with throaty cries of "Blow baby blow"

"We've taken blow to new heights, er lows", bragged Lippy. "Watch out all you folks from Down Under - you won't know what's hit you once we get going! ".

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