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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Worst E-Card. Ever.: "So, you've been itching, burning, discharging ..."

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Next time you’ve got the clap, don’t man up and tell her. Web site inSPOT.org has got you covered. Reuters reports on the brainchild of Oakland-based non-profit, Internet Sexuality Information Services. The site allows users to send anonymous e-cards to their sexual partners (up to six at a time because they know you’re a slut) warning them that they may have contracted an STD and to get checked out. Users have a choice of six cards that include a link to the web site that helps the receiver find a testing spot. ... (Continue Reading Worst E-Card. Ever. by clicking 'More')

After picking a card, you can choose your STD from a scroll down menu. All the favorites are there: crabs, chlamydia, syphilis, but not HIV or AIDS, because that’s just not the sort of thing you put in an e-card. You can also include a note. Resist the urge to use frowny face emoticons. -Andy Wright

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