Top 5 Ways College Kids Will Get Swine Flu

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  1. Principessa

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    Top 5 Ways College Kids Will Get Swine Flu

    Classroom Desks, Communal Bathrooms Are Often Covered With Germs


    Forget about good grades and securing a date for homecoming, college students heading back to campus have a far bigger concern: swine flu.


     
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    I have just found out a few hours ago that I have been directly exposed to the swine flu.
    Where the heck do they find these mega-bugs, and WHY do I always have to fight them??

    I've already conquered:
    Smallpox
    Lyme disease
    Some killer flu bug whose name I forget
    West Nile Virus
    That flesh eating bug that killed my nephew, and damn near killed my brother and his wife. (STILL furious at the CDC over that one)

    Hopefully, I won't get it. I do not feel like dealing with another flu bug. Why can't it be something simple like the Mumps?
     
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    You're as bad as me, medically speaking. :yikes: Haven't you had your MMR booster shot?:confused:
     
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    These are all just common sense. Case in point: "Hands should be washed and they should not share food or utensils with friends." Seriously? People need to be made aware of this?
     
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    We're talking about college kids. Individually, they are some of our finest young minds, capable of creating sustainable, renewable energy, and curing cancer. Group them together and their combined IQ becomes 64. :rolleyes::tongue:
     
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