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Teen Shoppers Can Get Drunk Without ID On CVS Homeopathic Laxative

Teens don't need to raid the liquor cabinet when they can just go to CVS...
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No need to break into the liquor cabinet: Gone are the days of replacing your parents' vodka with water -- teens can now simply buy a CVS brand homeopathic constipation relief product and get knee-walking drunk. At 20% ethanol, the product packs more alcohol by volume than beer or wine.

Put down the barbecue sauce: Sorry to destroy your weekend plans, but a $13 all-you-can-eat chicken nuggets deal at Chick-fil-A is limited to one location only. We're here for you if you need support during this difficult time.

Plus: Facebook is killing off game invites at long last, a man who peddled industrial chemical as a “miracle mineral” solution is heading to the slammer and a new study says that “wild salmon” on the menu is actually pretty tame. Read on and let's cruise into the weekend on a wave of knowledge.

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