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Knocked Up and Juno meets Election

by Archives March 31, 2009

A rash of complaints are emerging about the safety standards of a certain piece of paraphernalia from the last CSU election campaign. Namely, the green-stickered condoms handed out by keen Change team members. The campaign slogan on the condom reads: “Play it safe, vote for change.”
A slew of students have reported unexpected pregnancies after the expired condoms burst or ripped during the act of lovemaking. As many as a 103 babies are believed to have been conceived during the election campaign period.
“The ‘Change’ sticker, with all the candidates on them, covered the expiry date,” explains German studies major Dora von Muller. “We were playing it safe, just like the condom said.”
The second-year student is sitting in the Concordia health services waiting room, massaging her round, very expectant stomach. Third-year supply chain management student Iorek Jerguss

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