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    This is a true story of a family friends-friends daughter..

    She and her friend (also female) went out one night clubbing as they hadn't seen each other in a while. After moving on to various clubs/bars they found a good one and were dancing the night away.

    The girl was dancing with the same bloke all night, and they were getting on rather well, spent hours talking/dancing/drinking and getting rather touchy feely. Towards the end of the night this bloke asked if she wanted to go on to another club or come back to his, she really wanted to as they got on so well but couldn't leave her friend hanging, so they exchanged numbers and left it with a kiss.

    A few days later she started getting a rash on her neck, then the next day it was spreading all over her face. Consulted the doctor, took some tests and she would get called back in a few days. Few days go by and she returns to the doctors where there are two police officers, shes like WTF?! turns out she has a disease that is only found in dead/rotting corpses.

    They track down this guy she met at the club, raid his flat which has piles of dead rotting women's corpses!
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    Cool story bro.






    Although, why say 'a family friends-friends daughter'? I remember a girl telling my Psychology teacher this same story.
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    I didn't know "dead corpses" (as opposed to alive corpses?) could contract diseases.

    Furthermore, I didn't know a kiss would spread necrotising fasciitis.
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    What the hell :|

    If I were her, I'd be so glad I took my friend, good excuse not to go back to his, might have ended up joining the group.
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    Boring :nothing:
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    (Original post by Democracy)
    I didn't know "dead corpses" (as opposed to alive corpses?) could contract diseases.

    Furthermore, I didn't know a kiss would spread necrotising fasciitis.
    you got my on the corpse part, but apparently the swapping of bodily fluids is enough to do the job
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    This story confuses me ...

    Democracy said it all, really. :mute:
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    (Original post by Ladipidoo)
    Boring :nothing:
    :| tell me a better story
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    You know it's not a true story when the first line states it's a true story, and this an old old copy and paste.
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    I heard this from my drama teacher like 5 years ago.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    I heard this from my drama teacher like 5 years ago.
    are you serious?
    well my madre told me it, maybe her friend was having her on
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    Nice ...
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    (Original post by Rian1988)
    You know it's not a true story when the first line states it's a true story, and this an old old copy and paste.
    Yes that is a complete fact.
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    Sweet Jesus :eek:

    I'll never kiss anyone again :no:
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    ew..
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    (Original post by Democracy)

    Furthermore, I didn't know a kiss would spread necrotising fasciitis.
    I hate being a pedant but corpses are not the cause of that particular problem.
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    (Original post by Samtheman89)
    you got my on the corpse part, but apparently the swapping of bodily fluids is enough to do the job

    Well I suppose if she had broken skin...

    Still it's a really rare condition and I'd never heard of it being spread by kissing, I'd heard it was more common after surgery or birth...

    (Original post by OneEyedYellowIdol)
    I hate being a pedant but corpses are not the cause of that particular problem.
    I know. The two points I made were unrelated.
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    this is what i call summer boredom at its most wtf
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    :confused:
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    Is kissing someone at a nightclub really a criminal event that warrants a police raid?
 
 
 
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