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Thread: Anatomy of a Post Tart


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    Anatomy of a Post Tart

    Ah a Subject, near and dear to my heart :14:.

    Full Disclosure I found this while browsing another forum, but found it beyond hilarious and just had to share .


    A recent break through by the medical field has established the symptons and cause for many Post ***** related injuries. It has recently been published in the West Virginia Journal of Medicine. It was introduced with guides on who to suck out rattlesnake venom from cousin Ted's shins next time he goes catfishin' in a strange crick.

    I'm proud to present to you, The Anatomy of a Post *****.

    Please be on the look out for any of the listed ailments and visit your physician at one if any symptoms develop.
    Let's not forget an import missing detail, the vestigial reproductive organs

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    "You know, Hobbes, some days even my lucky rocketship underpants don't help".

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    Thats ridiculous. No one would ever believe that West Virginia has a journal of medicine.

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    Jam! Where on earth have you been? I miss you!

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