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According to numerous reputable sources, hoodies are appropriate of business casual day at the offices.  Hoodies are now made from pinstripe suit material for the more formal business casual days. 

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The Porto Virus

by LeechMaster on April 1, 2013

This virus has been wafting around Portland and other vegan infested areas for some time. It is transmitted through organic foods. Everyone can contract it, however, only vegans are harmed because their bodies are weakened by a lack of consumption of animal products.  Honey offers limited protection, eggs and dairy offers better protections, but only the regular consumption of meat offers full immunity. It rumored that one 60 once serving of bloody rare grass feed buffalo rib eye steak provides life time immunity to the virus. This virus was genetically created by Monsanto Inc. Monsanto was hired in secret by the meat and dairy industry to engineer a virus that could wipe the planet of the vegan scourge.  Some vegan colonies, once infected, had to resort the cannibalism so that a few could survive. Ironically, the cannibal vegans grew stronger and healthier because their fallen comrades’ flesh was full of vitamins from eating vegetables.

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The Rare Spotted Chinese Hippo

by LeechMaster on February 20, 2013

 The rare spotted Chinese hippo was created in a Chinese bio reactor. It was designed for the purpose of a living bio containment facility for deadly bacteria. The spots on the hippo’s back are containmeant cells for the bacteria. If a scientist needed the bacteria he just needed to take a skin sample of the spot on the hippo where that bacterium is. It is immune to almost all diseases and its feces are green because it’s digestive tract has all the bacterias in it. Recently, they have been used to plant diseases in areas where China wants less people

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The Three Eyed Worm Spider`*+`*+*+“`+*`-+*-+

by LeechMaster on December 6, 2012

This creature is commonly found in cesspools and dumps. This creature feeds of the garbage in these areas. The three eyed worm spider was designed by Polish geneticists, with the main goal of creating a five eyed worm cricket. They failed, and this creature was the result.

Since it’s creation, young Pols have played a game called cesspool spider toss. One will locate and grab the worm spider from a cesspool, and toss it to another, much like the game “hot potato.”  The winner is the player with the least amount of gunk on him, and of course the ones that remain uneaten.

Special power: Smells like elderberries.

Prey:  zero eyed worms, medium sized mammals.

 

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Gingers Unite

by LeechMaster on December 2, 2012

Leechhunter central discovered an amazing site dedicated to our red pigmented friends, commonly called Gingers, and less commonly called daywalkers. The awesome site is called gingerhunter.com. Let’s here it for the Gingers!

 

The only hair group that has it’s own beer.

 

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The Deadly Mexican Organ Destroyer

by LeechMaster on October 11, 2012

The Deadly Mexican Organ Destroyer is a nasty virus found primarily in Mexico. The virus is passed by flatulence in small enclosed spaces, such as elevators, dorm rooms, and IKEA kitchen displays. On farting, a carrier will fill the enclosed space with tiny virus particles. For some unknown reason, the farts are loud but scentless. Infection requires a concentration of virus particles found only in small spaces. Once infected, carriers begin to amass body weight.  As the disease progresses,  vital organs are converted to mush, which is then expelled with great force.

Origin:  Mexican Government bio weapon research accident.  Workers eating street tacos and experimenting with Ebola created it.

 

 

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Korean Monkey Snake

by LeechMasterOctober 3, 2012 Uncategorized

Researches at Leech Hunter headquarters discovered tales of an animal called the “Korean Monkey Snake.” It is indigenous to Mongolia, however, in the 1940’s it was accidentally introduced to Korea by Mongolian migrant workers that brought the snake in reindeer leather sacks as a food source. On arriving in Korea, the environment, long working hours of […]

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The Hawaiian chum cluster

by LeechMasterMarch 6, 2012 Uncategorized

The Hawaii chum cluster is found mostly in the islands of Hawaii. it is mostly used as shark bait, but stupid tourists can buy it at street corners. one interesting fact that we found is that a Hawaiian cult used it for ritual sacrifice. Chum clusters are the product of more than 3 Hawaiian tourists yacking over a boat at the same time […]

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The basement dwelling carpet snake

by LeechMasterFebruary 24, 2012 Creature Information

This little critter lives in Oregon basements and only comes out at night and in the morning to spawn with other carpet snakes. Leechhunter.com obtained this exclusive photo from a young couple who shamelessly and foolishly used thier fingers as lures, which the carpet snake then mounted. Fun to play with, but avoid bite at […]

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The purple spotted mushroom

by LeechMasterSeptember 3, 2011 Uncategorized

The purple spotted mushroom is a very rare species the live in very dense forests. Their leafs grow in the ground and when an unexpected logger steps on it leafs come out of the ground and chops there foot off with its leafs. A very interesting thing about this species is that there leafs are […]

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BREAKING NEWS…..new parasite discovered

by LeechFinderMarch 9, 2010 News

Leech Hunter has just discovered a new parasite called Newvex A that can be found in humans. Newvex A takes control of your nerves. Minor symptoms are uncontrollable movements of body limbs. Sever symptoms are complete nervous system failure. It originated from the African Flying Four Armed Gorilla. It is spread by the wool balls […]

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African Flying Four Armed Gorilla

by LeechMasterMarch 7, 2010 Uncategorized

Flying over the cities of Africa, Leech Hunter staff discovered a new flying four armed gorilla, that swoops down and eats sheep. Two arms are for holding the sheep, and then two hands are for renting the sheep asunder. It eats the whole sheep, and then coughs up wool balls. Small children gather them and […]

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