Male Enhancement Cream Recalled

Written by Sal Manella

Monday, 4 June 2007

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An example of one of the side effects of M.O.E. Cream

The federal government's Food and Drug Administration announced today that the popular product known as M.O.E. Cream is being recalled by its manufacturer.

According to the FDA, several cases of 'manual gigantism' have occurred. Manual gigantism is the sudden growth of the hand to grotesquely large proportions.

Introduced to the market last year, Male Organ Enhancement Cream is a product which has become enormously popular with men seeking to extend their member, so to speak. Though results vary, enhancements up to six inches have been reported! Available over the counter, M.O.E. Cream has been sold in drug stores nationwide, as well as Wal-Mart and K-Mart.

In related news, Phallco, manufacturer of M.O.E. Cream, saw its stock become flaccid, closing at $1.98 per share.

Sal Manella

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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