Monday, November 28, 2005

Women's fat butts causing problems at

This is amusing to watch. Someone at posted a report from UPI and about a recent medical meeting in Chicago. At the meeting it was revealed by a researcher from Dublin, Ireland that some women may not be getting their money's worth from injections in their butt-tocks. The report states that 68 percent of intramuscular injections do not reach the muscles of the butt-tock because the fatty tissue overlying the muscles exceeds the length of the needles used for the injections. In other words, the needles used for injections into women's butt-tocks are too short to make it through their fat asses into the muscle fiber. Har, Har, Har!

Then, the LComStaff staff jerked the posting (I don't know the time nor the LDotter who posted it because it was gone - POOF! - before I could conduct any forensics) and posted their own warning to LDotters:
NOTICE TO REGISTERED LDOTTERS, by LComStaff Posted By: LComStaff - 11/28/2005 5:03:07 PM

Those who post articles knowing articles have a short shelf life make work for the staff and flaunt the rules of this site they agreed to uphold. If it continues their privileges will be rescinded.
Some commenters didn't understand what all the fuss was about because they hadn't seen the objectionable post prior to its being yanked. The LComStaff staff clarified the matter:
Reply 5 - Posted by: LComStaff, 11/28/2005 5:35:56 PM
To clarify: The most recent example was a story about longer needles being needed to inject fat buttocks. You get the point.
You get the point . . . needle point . . . Har, Har, Har!

Then, an LDotter named MizMac posted the fat butt report again at 7:28:30 PM. Har, Har, Har!


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