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Submitted by Crazay 259d ago | news

Ridiculous Study of the Day Says Smelling Farts Might Prevent Cancer

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Today in Strangest Study of the Day

It has been a weird week in health news. First doctors said that Justin Bieber might save young boys’ lives (the “hip” bowl cut is actually a form of sun protection — skin cancer be gone!), and now scientists out of the University of Exeter insist that smelling farts could actually prevent cancer, among other diseases. Uh, okay. (Culture, Medical Science)

Crazay  +   260d ago
BAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAHAHA HA!

I seriously struggled with the idea of posting this but it's a serious medical study happening right now.
Crazay  +   259d ago
Don't think my wife will have any issues if this holds to be true. She better thank me.
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Speed-Racer  +   259d ago
Cute picture. Also wtf.
Crazay  +   259d ago
It's my Sister in laws BF.
pandehz  +   259d ago
Is he in a play or something?
Crazay  +   259d ago
@Pandehz. I'm joking.
TheSaint  +   259d ago
make sure you let all women know that sperm is really god for the skin, especially the facial area.
Dday016  +   259d ago
I call mines Dday milk
slazer101  +   259d ago
Mines called baby batter.
sjaakiejj  +   259d ago
As funny as it sounds, there might actually be some truth in this. That's not to say that farting in someone's face is going to save them from cancer, but it's not completely out the realm of possibilities that one of the gasses might have beneficial properties.

I mean we found that duck tape works against warts lol.
sovietsoldier  +   259d ago
this came to mind-video link

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2pacalypsenow  +   259d ago
anything in the world today that doesnt give you cancer?

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