Woman Gets Freaky With Pine Cone; Surgery Needed To Remove It

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A woman in Belgrade was on a nature walk near her home and took a look at the pine cones and got an idea.  Notice I didn’t say she had a good idea.  The rest is surgical history worked out between her, God, and her doctor.

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