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Boner Preview Candidates November 6th, 2015

Boner Preview Candidate #1: THE FAT SHAMING PHOTO TAKING NURSE.

Sydney school teacher Breanna (not her real name) checked into a private hospital for routine gynaecological surgery late last year and a few days later, the surgeon rang with the good news that she did not have cancer. But the doctor from Norwest Private Hospital in Sydney’s north-west had another bombshell. She told Breanna one of the nurses had taken an explicit photo of her while she was under anaesthetic.

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Boner Preview Candidate #2: OH YOU WANTED DISHES? I THOUGHT YOU SAID FISHES

This eBay package was a bit fishy! Becky Smith thought she was receiving six chairs and a glass table to her home in Harold Hill, east London, on Wednesday after placing an order on eBay — but was shocked to find 40 bags of live goldfish had been delivered to her instead.

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Boner Preview Candidate #3: HOW DO YOU SAY “SO LONG” IN KOREAN?

She thought she had met the man of her dreams: a clean-cut, square-jawed US Army sergeant from New York who donned a traditional South Korean tunic for their flower-bedecked wedding. Instead, Rachel Lee, 43, of Uijeongbu, near Seoul, has been left with a nullified marriage, $50,000 in credit-card debt and a broken heart — because her “husband,” Army Master Sgt. Scott Fuller, 40, already had a wife and two kids living in Rockland County.

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Boner Preview Candidate #4: SORRY! REALLY SORRY!

Nathan Anderson is not your average teenager. While kids his age learn to drive, 16-year-old Nathan can barely communicate. So, his parents were terrified when they got a call from a police officer, telling them Nathan was found wandering alone in a Wal-Mart.

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Boner Preview Candidate #5: CANCER. THAT’S AN EASY FIX.

Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore said recently that she will propose a “Right to Try” bill in her state. But it’s not the bill itself that gained national attention. Instead, it was Fiore’s statement that she believes cancer is “a fungus” that can be cured by “flushing, let’s say, saltwater, sodium carbonate” through the body.

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