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Old 03-05-2002, 15:22   #1 (permalink)
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I grieve for my stolen foreskin

I didn't, until these victims of the unkindest cut of all enlightened me and showed me the benefits of regrowing the beanie on my thousand volt love pump.

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Old 03-05-2002, 16:56   #2 (permalink)
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I just dont know how to reply to this thread?
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why would people want to get circumcised? i don't get it... sharp objects... near... OUCH! noooooooo! evil!
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I'm with you Laminge, not to sure what to say. But I did spit a mouthful of Coke over my monitor from the "benefits of regrowing the beanie on my thousand volt love pump." line.
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Now that I'm in the anger phase of grief for my missing knob flap, I want to know what happened to it.

Was it used as a rug? Maybe a matched luggage set? Or covering a lounge suite in really soft leather?

I'm just guessing at the size of it from the enormous stump that's left.

What do you reckon they do with the offcuts? Maybe there's a dog food cannery truck that goes around the hospitals?
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From what I have heard they use them for skin grafts, especially in Israeli hospitals. Some religeous thing about not having your own skin peeled and put elswhere on your body. :oo1:
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*AM looks at his leather trench coat*

*shudder*

on the other hand, do we REALLY want to know what happened to it?
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From what I have heard they use them for skin grafts, especially in Israeli hospitals. Some religeous thing about not having your own skin peeled and put elswhere on your body. :oo1:
crikey! israeli people must be tiny, or they have huge... ahem!
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I think I'm on the right track about the dog food.

Have close look at a meaty ring the next time you're feeding the dog. Bit of food colour, bit of salt, boil it up, and there's Fido's chew toy.

Don't know if I'll be ordering calamari rings again.
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From what I have heard they use them for skin grafts, especially in Israeli hospitals. Some religeous thing about not having your own skin peeled and put elswhere on your body. :oo1:
So, if it comes down to rebuilding your face with a bit of your own arse or a bit of some complete stranger's knob, they go for the stranger's knob. Not my preferred source of cosmetic surgery spare parts.
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