DNA Testing Will Test Your Girlfriend’s Panties To Find Out If She’s Cheating

DNA Testing Will Test Your Girlfriend’s Panties To Find Out If She’s Cheating

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By Miles Holden on January 10, 2012

Science is dope. Genetic testing and the discovery of DNA revolutionized police work and gave daytime talk shows the ability to play “who’s your daddy?” on air, but the buck didn’t stop there. In an attempt to make DNA testing even more profitable, a national company, The Paternity Lab Center, has put a new spin on DNA testing with the launch of a parent company that will test your lover’s undergarments for the tell-tale signs of infidelity.

“The process is real simple" says Kip Charles [of Infidelity DNA testing]. “Just provide us an article of clothing preferably underwear or panties and we will do the rest. We can identify if semen is present, make sure it’s viable for DNA extraction and then do a final comparison to make sure the DNA belongs to the correct person.”

 “There is just no logical reason or excuse that a wife can come up with for having another man’s semen in her panties besides her husband’s” [adds] Kip Charles, and Infidelity DNA testing is the way to find out. (prweb.com)

Money talks and with all the dough people spend on private investigators to find out if their spouses are cheating, Infidelity DNA testing is definitely onto something, even though I can come up with at least a dozen realistic and logical scenarios a wife can come up with for having another man’s spunk in her panties. I’m not saying it’s likely, but it’s possible; for all you know your buddies might be taking turns rubbing one out in the bathroom and spewing the evidence into your laundry basket when they come over to watch the game or any other such nonsense.

At least over-protective crazy-ass parents aren’t using the service to see if their kids are sexually active. Wait, they are. Explaining to your wife why you’re going through her dirty underwear is hard enough, good luck trying to explain that to your daughter; you’re better off saving your money to pay for your kid’s therapy instead of DNA testing. Although one wouldn’t be necessary without the other. 

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