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Man With No Penis Says He's Had Sex With Over 100 Women Who Had No Idea! Deets HERE!

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This man has no penis

You'd think something like that would be pretty hard to miss.

But Andrew Wardle has been living without a penis his entire life, and somehow managed to keep it a secret from the women he's slept with… and there's over 100 of them!

The 39-year-old from England was born with a rare condition, where his bladder grew on the outside of his body!

Doctors were able to fix it and put it back inside of him so he could go to the bathroom, but he was never able to grow the crucial reproductive organ.

However, the condition didn't prevent him from developing testicles.

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Giant Round Prehistoric Turtle Fossil Found In South America

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We wonder if this turtle used to swim in circles…

A giant circular fossil belonging to a new species of turtle was discovered in

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NYPD Blue Writer Facing Jail After Committing Doggie-cide

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This guy used to write about the police department!!! Now look at him!

Ted Shuttleworth is facing jail time after punching his poodle in the head and killing her.

The former NYPD Blue writer took the animal to the vet but an injury like this doesn't go with investigation.

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This Rat Is Your Super Great Grandfather

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This Rat Is Your Super Great Grandfather

Meet Juramaia sinensis!

Last week scientist in China discovered rodent-like creature that they believe all humans (not just John Gosselin) evolved from.

Why this over any other animal? Aside for the striking resemblance (lolz), the Juramaia is oldest fossil ever of a placentals –- animals that give birth to live young (aka us).

"Juramaia is either a great-grand-aunt or a great-grandmother of all placental mammals that are thriving today,"

palaeontologist Dr Zhe-Xi Luo, of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, told Nature magazine.

We think they're kinda cute!

[image via National]

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