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University of Portsmouth
The university of Portsmouth is a well established university in the south of England. With a established Pharmacy course, it has managed to create many influential scientists within it years of teaching. Currently on the academic teaching staff is nobel prize winner and 5 time AVN awards winnner Proffessor Amit Sawhney. With humble roots in New Jersey, Amit Sawhney started off prostituting himself on the streets of JOISY city, and quickly moved to pimping street children on the outskirts of Disney Land, Florida. Famous clients included Gary Coleman, and Michael Jackson. Evading the American CIA, he fled to England Portsmouth. Amit was able to sell the rights of his story to Warner Bros TM, who adapted it to create the blockbuster hit "The Fugitive". With the money he was able to receive from the movie deal, he was able to start up his adult film company "SO-HORNY ENTERTAINMENT", and website,HTTP://WWW.HOTMALE.COM. By creating a M.PHARM degree on Microsoft clip-art, he was able to gain a job as Head of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford, however his salary demands were quoted to be "proposterous", as he required the anal virginity of one male student every month. Oxford were unable to oblige or comment on the situation, the Dean was quoted as saying "I am very sad to see Amit leave us, my ass will never feel the same again, his one inch penis did it every time for me". Amit now teaches at Portsmouth, who were able to meet his demands, by smuggling in immigrants from detention camps from Calais, France. Mr Sawhney currently holds the position of Head of Pharmacology, whilst mantaining his position as CEO of "SO-HORNY ENTERTAINMENT" and "DADDIO PRODUCTIONS". The latter company is under investigation by MI5 for supplying their performers with grape juice, and not grape drink, which is the industry regulation. Amit Sawhney also leads a active home life, with partner Ruud Van Hasselvank. Both are key campaingers for the NAMBLA association.
By G.V, I.K, I.S, N.S, I.A,
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