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Swine Flu Transferred

Here’s how Swine Flu is Really Transferred.  So, don’t do this.

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  1. May 20th, 2009 at 00:29 | #1

    That’s a brilliant photo, Christopher.
    Thanks for the laugh.

    Congratulations on your blog.
    I love what you’ve created here.

    Cheers, Thea

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  2. May 21st, 2009 at 14:39 | #2

    Oh! It doesn’t get any sweeter then that.

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  3. Pirshing
    May 26th, 2009 at 13:52 | #3

    I know you meant it for a joke to laugh at, but, is this really a real picture?, how could his/her mother allowed the child to do that?

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    jane Reply:

    This is funny!
    i rather suspect pirshing is not a parent and has limited experience of infants
    1.children are young people, “letting them do” is not always an option they have to experience and try many things to develop
    2.how do you know mother was nearby to intervene
    3.as a raw foodist be sure your healthy mind and body means you can do anything and get away with it
    4.i would rather kiss a pig than eat it and while on the subject
    5.there are loads of women who have kissed pigs and not fallen very ill
    HAVE A SUNNY DAY

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  4. Edith
    June 9th, 2009 at 11:05 | #4

    Great laugh…very funny. Any way how does one treat swine flu, it has now reached us here in Jamaica where i am from it was reported on the news yesterday that there has been a report of 7 known cases here in Jamaica.

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