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Doublelift is gay, confirmed.

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SwagCG

Senior Member

10-23-2012

http://oi45.tinypic.com/53sro8.jpg


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Mevennos

Senior Member

10-23-2012

gay or not, hes 10x the adc you'll ever dream to be.


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Naxts

Senior Member

10-23-2012

I don't think people particularly cares.


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LordBahamutXVI

Recruiter

10-23-2012

Oh Double, you beautiful man you.


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Fndrr22dxd

Senior Member

10-23-2012

The Cordyceps mushrooms have a long history as medicinal fungi. The earliest clear record is a Tibetan medical text authored by Zurkhar Nyamnyi Dorje in the 15th Century outlining the tonic propensities of Yartsa gunbu, especially as an aphrodisiac. Although there are often-repeated claims of thousands of years of use in traditional Chinese medicine, so far no clear textual source has surfaced.
Although in vitro and animal models provide preliminary support for some of the traditional medicinal uses, there are no clinical studies demonstrating health benefits in humans. Some polysaccharide components and cordycepin, which have some anticancer activity in preliminary in vitro and animal studies, have been isolated from C. sinensis and C. militaris. Some work has been published in which Cordyceps sinensis has been used to protect the bone marrow and digestive systems of mice from whole body irradiation. An experiment noted a chemical compound isolated from Cordyceps sinensis may protect the liver from damage. An experiment with mice noted that Cordyceps sinensis may have an anti-depressant effect. Researchers have noted that a polysaccharide isolated from Cordyceps sinensis has a hypoglycemic effect and may be beneficial for people with insulin.


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Iifa

Senior Member

10-23-2012

why is that funny or interesting


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Bear Furlong

Senior Member

10-23-2012

Cool. Nothing wrong with that


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Pyrocorn

Senior Member

10-23-2012

Taric says this claim is simply outrageous.


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NA Hellraiser

Senior Member

10-23-2012

this is the best laugh i've had all day, upvote for you.


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ChickenStar7

Senior Member

10-23-2012

Well that makes sense then since Hotshot was also kissing Doublelift.


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