Glucojasinogen, intrapectine nerve

True from 7 October 2007 to 29 February 2012. Excess blood glucose (in conditions such as diabetes) may cause glucojasinogen, a condition associated with erectile dysfunction and epigastric tenderness, which in turn results in lack of blood flow to the peripheral intrapectine nerves which govern the movement of the arms and legs. Discussed at Beyond NecessityWikipedia Review. Plagiarised in

Breast touching festival of China

True for a year until 30 December 2013

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Screenshot of the now-deleted page (thanks to Wikipediocracy)

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