Now that’s gullible

January 22nd, 2013 at 10:00 am by David Farrar

Stuff reports:

Angela Buchanan made headlines in fall 2012 after admitting to concocting an elaborate scheme to coerce a female friend into having sex with and marrying her. Buchanan had recently discovered a pre-cancerous lump in her breast, and her close friend went online to figure out how to help her. In an online medical forum, the friend met a gynecologist named “Doc” who claimed to know Buchanan. “Doc” said that the best way to help Buchanan was for the victim to have sex with her, because “special hormones” produced during sexual activity could help treat breast cancer. The friend took Doc’s advice and slept with Buchanan.

Good God.

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12 Responses to “Now that’s gullible”

  1. seanmaitland (455 comments) says:

    The best one was the last one (Sarah Hepola), where the guy actually existed and what he said was true, but the chick and her stupid friends and family didn’t believe it.

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  2. Kea (11,878 comments) says:

    I wonder if the usual suspects will be on KB, full of faux outrage, as they would be if Buchanan were a man ? Some how I doubt it :)

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  3. Azeraph (603 comments) says:

    This is priceless! so, what law was broken if they both had a rocking good time? She could’ve brought her friend a toy or figured it out beforehand but i know of some instances where women have used alcohol to seduce their friends. It usually ends with the seduced being very quiet.

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  4. dime (9,439 comments) says:

    did they film it?

    cause filming it and putting it online has shown to cure cancer 7 out of 10 times.

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  5. PaulL (5,873 comments) says:

    Yeah, most of them are pretty crazy. But presumably given the millions of people who use online dating, and the relative infrequency of these stories, I’m not sure it’s all bad. Presumably it’s like anything online – you need to exercise some judgement.

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  6. eszett (2,337 comments) says:

    Wouldn’t you want to find out first what they looked like, dime?
    Ugly lesbian sex has been shown to cause eye cancer in 80% of cases in heterosexual men. Not to mention the perils of masturbation.

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  7. dime (9,439 comments) says:

    i assume the dumb one looks ok and the other is a bull dyke heh im all good with freak show porn.

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  8. emmess (1,371 comments) says:

    Sounds like it’s in the world depicted in the movie ‘The Invention of Lying’

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  9. Reid (15,947 comments) says:

    Yes, but you missed out the best bit:

    Next, Doc’s “medical advice” reportedly took the form of encouraging the victim to move to a state in which gay marriage was legal so that she and Buchanan might marry and be able to win an ongoing custody battle for her children. Soon after the civil union, the victim began to look into the mysterious Doc, only to uncover Buchanan’s elaborate ruse. As of October, Buchanan had been charged with online impersonation, a misdemeanor.

    We’ll leave it at that.

    So this girl was fooling her friend not just with sex but with gay marriage as well, in order that the “happy couple” could then go the father for custody of the children. Who of course would be much better off having two mothers and no father and one “mother” being a criminal.

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  10. RRM (9,467 comments) says:

    I CAN’T FAP TO THIS! :mad:

    This thread is pointless without pics.

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  11. kowtow (7,634 comments) says:

    Gullible?

    Most definitely, if you subscribe to such a thing as “same sex” marriage.

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  12. ChardonnayGuy (1,136 comments) says:

    I so wouldn’t go down that road if I were you, Kowtow. Take a look at this piece, which indicates that US fundamentalist Baptists have far higher divorce rates than normal people…

    http://www.beliefnet.com/Faiths/Christianity/2001/06/Baptists-Grapple-With-Divorce-Rate.aspx

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