Dis­pen­sary Cor­ner

Pharmacy Daily - - News -

PEO­PLE are gen­er­ally told off for push­ing their greens around the plate, but an event in Ger­many might have just found the per­fect get-out clause for play­ing with your veg­eta­bles.

The Krewelshofer Lake’s an­nual pump­kin race en­cour­ages its com­peti­tors to pad­dle against each other atop gi­ant home­grown pump­kins for a cash prize.

The gi­ant ve­g­ies weigh in at a hefty 250kg, a re­quire­ment to pre­vent any pos­si­ble cap­siz­ing.

One of the com­peti­tors, Mailin Ma­tuschek, said it wasn’t as dif­fi­cult as he had ex­pected.

“It was hard fight­ing against the wind to get any­where, but when you are in the groove it works”.

And what hap­pens when the race is over you ask? Well, the largest Hal­loween and pump­kin soup fes­ti­val ever of course!

THE rise of work­place drug tests has re­port­edly led to a mas­sive in­crease in “hu­man urine sales”.

British me­dia are re­port­ing on a num­ber of on­line ven­dors sell­ing frozen urine, syn­thetic urine and even fresh stuff from oblig­ing non-drug-tak­ing donors.

And it’s not just the ac­tual wee that is on sale - the trade also in­cludes a host of com­pan­ion items such as heat pouches to warm the liq­uid up prior to tests, as well as syn­thetic penises which form part of so-called “de­liv­ery sys­tems” sold on sites such as urinethe­clear.com.

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