Chinese scientists have announced that they have discovered a cure to the wide spread JingJing syndrome, more commonly known as small genitalia syndrome (SGS).
Â« This discovery is fundamental in our understanding of how to control the length and width of genitalia in newborn babies. This could become a very profitable business if the claims are true Â» explains Dr. Fujihotu of the Berlin University. Â« People with small genitalia syndrome could be diagnosed before birth and thus, could be aborted Â» he explains Â« Saving hundreds of thousands of people from suffering the tragic syndrome Â».
Â« If you don’t have it, you just can’t understand! Â» admits Wa tae Woo, a chinese man who has suffered JingJing syndrome since birth. Â« Every day is hell on earth! Every day, year after year, it never ends! Â» he confides.
The scientists are scheduled for 18 more months of vigorous testing before official approval and mass distribution can take place.