Horseburgers are great for sexy studs!

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Thursday, 17 January 2013


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He and Camilla love their "horsey burgers" saucy studs!

The recent "horseburger scandal" "sweep-steaking" Britain is not quite as bad as it seems because hamburgers make people fat and horsemeat burgers make them thin.

Nutritional experts have discovered that males and females who have been eating the horse-meat burgers tend to have much more sex and it lasts much longer. Many of the males are actually turning into "mercurial studs" and their willies grow faster and women just can't get enough; Yeehah!

The horseburgers have also other positive properties supporting the ailing British economy. Men and women who have consumed them have been flocking to the local cowboy shops buying cowboy boots and hats, nothing else and when asked why they are purchasing them they answered; "naked sex is out, kinky cowboy boots and hats are in, but nothing else, yeehah!"

Supermarkets, burger shops and junk food joints are withdrawing the horseburgers and replacing them with veggie burgers that are filled with horse radish and hay in the hope that their customers can still enjoy thier "equestrian sex lives!"

Camilla Parker Bowles has protested to the suppliers and is demanding that they send her and Charles enough burgers to last them for the coming 5 years; yeehah and horse-whip it on!

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