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A BRITISH firm have brewed the first beer laced with VIAGRA.
The new tipple, which is guaranteed to beat brewer's droop, goes on sale this week.
Downing just three bottles is equivalent to taking one of the blue pills which enhance men's sexual performance.
The brew, called Royal Virility Performance, has been specially created to mark the forthcoming Royal Wedding.
The 7.5 per cent ABV India Pale Ale also contains extra aphrodisiacs including Horny Goat Weed and even chocolate.
The label features the words 'Arise Prince Willy' and 'Celebrate Big Willy Style' — and makers BrewDog have sent several bottles to Prince William for the wedding night.
Just 40 bottles of the £10 tipple will be produced initially, and will go on sale on April 29 at BrewDog.com. All the proceeds go to the charity Centrepoint, which Wills supports. But buyers will be limited to one bottle each due to the powerful effects.
The firm plan to continue production if it is a success.
A string of British brewers have already created special edition royal wedding beers, including Adnams' Royal Wedding Ale and Castle Rock Brewery's 'Kiss Me Kate'.
James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, said: "As the bottle says, this is about consummation, not commemoration."
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3534902/New-Brit-beer-is-made-with-Viagra.htmlA BRITISH firm have brewed the first beer laced with VIAGRA. The new tipple, which is... more
"Various reports in Singapore media have said that Chinese companies are mass producing fake rice made, in part, out of plastic, according to one online publication Very Vietnam.
The "rice" is made by mixing potatoes, sweet potatoes and plastic. The potatoes are first formed into the shape of rice grains. Industrial synthetic resins are then added to the mix. The rice reportedly stays hard even after being cooked.
The Korean-language Weekly Hong Kong reported that the fake rice is being sold in the Chinese town of Taiyuan, in Shaanxi province.
"A Chinese Restaurant Association official said that eating three bowls of this fake rice would be like eating one plastic bag. Due to the seriousness of the matter, he added that there would be an investigation of factories alleged to be producing the rice," Very Vietnam noted.
Unfortunately, it's not the first time fake rice has been sold in China, according to China's Global Times.
Previously, a company in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province had added flavoring to ordinary rice to synthesize "Wuchang rice," which is regarded to be the best rice in the country.
About 300,000 people were injured and at least six infants died in 2008 when Chinese milk and infant formula was found to be adulterated with melamine, which was thought to help the milk pass nutrition tests.
Later that year, melamine was also discovered in Chinese eggs.
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/08/report-china-fake-rice-plastic/"Various reports in Singapore media have said that Chinese companies are mass... more
Geeks need LUV 2 . . .
( . . . but WEIRDNESS is EVERYWHERE to be found ! - believe it - )
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Daaaaaaayum!! I thought it was as fake as a mannequin at first...but damn girl! That might be the understatement of the century. If her ass was a religion, I would pray to it everyday.Daaaaaaayum!! I thought it was as fake as a mannequin at first...but damn girl! That... more
Boom! Studios sends word that comics writer Mark Sable was detained by TSA security guards at Los Angeles International Airport this past weekend because he was carrying a script for a new issue of his comic miniseries Unthinkable. Sable was detained while traveling to New York for a debut party at Jim Hanley's Universe today.
The comic series follows members of a government think tank that was tasked with coming up with 9/11-type "unthinkable" terrorist scenarios that now are coming true.Boom! Studios sends word that comics writer Mark Sable was detained by TSA security... more
Sometimes a news story is so ridiculous, surreal, or outlandish in scope, you have to make it clear that it's seriously not an article from The Onion. This particular piece involving two men setting fire to some pants at a Wal-Mart and changing the story when being questioned by police is one of many.Sometimes a news story is so ridiculous, surreal, or outlandish in scope, you have to... more