Today's stories [4.11.10]
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While my wife and I were shopping at a mall kiosk, a shapely young
woman in a short, form-fitting dress strolled by. My eyes followed.
Without looking up from the item she was examining, my wife asked,
"Was it worth the trouble you're in?"
I'm a bio major at IUP (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
and was taking a cell biology course my freshman year. The
task of the day was examining epitheleal cheek cells under a
microscope. We had to scrape the inside of our mouth with a
toothpick and make a slide from it and i.d. the different types
of cells that were found. One girl in the class (a rather well
built sorority gal, which is why I sat next to her) was having
some trouble identifing some cells. She called the prof. over
to ask him. After a moment or two of peering in her scope, he
looked up, and said in a loud voice, "Those are sperm cells."
The girl turned bright red and ran out of the room. Needless
to say, she dropped the class. (Although I spent two weeks
looking for her, I never did see her again.) Such is life :)
- Author Unknown
When I was in college, a colleague at WTBS (no, not the Turner
superstation, but the 14-watt campus radio station from which Turner later
bought the call letters) _swore_ that he heard an announcer say
"This is the Canadian Broadcorping Castration..."
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