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Should I get tested or slap my friend ?
Dec 21, 2009

Buongiorno sexy uomo italiano ! (ok, I used google translate, but I still mean it).

As I was clubbing last night with two friends, we sat on some cushions and I rested my hand on what I later believed was dried semen (yuck!), I realized that after rubbing my oh-so-cracked lips (from the cold) with the hand I rested on that white stuff! I didn't think much of it first, but then my "super-smart"-best-friend (whom I believe everything he tells me) told me that there could have been some HIV in that dry looking cum lookalike substance, and he said I should get tested because I might have infected myself ? (he didn't stop bugging me with that alllll evening...)

Any insight on this whole thing ? Should I get tested in 3 months or just slap my friend (in case he's wrong about the whole thing?)

Thanks a million Dr.

Ciao !! X

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Question: "Should I get tested in 3 months or just slap my friend?"

Answer: Bitch-slap the friend. Definitely bitch-slap the friend.

Ciao bella!

Dr. Bob



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