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Friday, 12 June 2009

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"Where's My Little Buddy Now?"

A West Texas woman, Mrs. Jean Smith, told reporters Friday that she had been told that her husband's "penis helper" would also help her so she began taking them a few months ago. Then she noticed a growth and went to see a Doctor Juan across the border into Mexico because she couldn't afford "these thieves in Texas".

There, to her surprise, Dr. Juan told her she was growing a penis.

"You could have knocked me up with a feather", stated Mrs. Smith. She had immediately quit taking the pills but after three weeks she had a full penis.

She then said that she was about to sue the company but would settle for an out-of-court payment for the operation she would need (in Mexico) and for pain and suffering plus her husband, Al, had left her after the discovery because "He didn't want people to think he was gay."

However, the police got a call from a rep of the pharmaceutical company three days later saying that something wasn't right about the situation.

Police officer Chere told him, "Of course something ain't right, the woman grew a penis!"

"But she wants to settle out of court really bad and I can tell she doesn't want to go to court and "Sue us for ten billion dollars".

"How much is she willing to settle for?"

"$100,000 and payment for the doctor in Mexico."

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