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Head on over to The Onion for a laugh. This article uses just about every euphemism for, um, well, "the privates": "The world's foremost authority on ailments down south, Lazoff led a team of cutting-edge hoo-ha doctors to develop new strategies for detecting abnormal growth in...you know, that area."

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