Hooray for the Daily Mail cancer-catching directory!

29 January 2010


Cancer. The Big C. John C Thunderfuck. Call it whatever you like, we’re all terrified of it, and rightly so.

Luckily for us all, the Daily Mail regularly keep us abreast of the everyday things that can lead us to contracting the hideous disease. Because after all, the Daily Mail is there to inform and educate us, and not, as some people believe, there to convince huge swathes of middle England that they’re about to be murdered in their beds.

Luckily again, someone on Facebook has compiled a helpful list of all of the things that the Daily Mail reckon can give us cancer, along with nice clickable links so that you scare yourself shitless about it all.

It’s a long and varied list, and just so you know, some of the things you should be avoiding include artificial light, babies, blow jobs, being a woman, chips, crayons, Facebook, flip flops, metal, perfume, pork, sausages, retirement, teen sex and Worcestershire sauce.

Phew, eh readers? Be careful out there – it’s a death trap.

TOPICS:   Social Media


  • Littlewoods!!!!
    Comon, comment on the happiest news story of 2010, Littlewoods having to axe 1500 jobs!!! http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2829545/Littlewoods-axe-1500-in-day-of-jobs-gloom.html
  • Matt
    THat's cos a screwed them out of 2 'Life' boxsets for £21 each. Lol
  • Tom P.
    "And they claim oral sex is an even bigger killer than smoking or drinking" Better not let the girlfriend read the Daily Mail.
  • Me
    Did they mention reading the Daily Maill? Oh no, you just wish you were dead instead of reading it.
  • MattWPBS
    There's a full browsable list here, been up for quite a while: http://kill-or-cure.heroku.com/ Very handy if you want to know if your current activity is good or bad for you in terms of Daily Mail cancer.
  • Lemon K.
    Smoking isn't on the list. Does this mean doctors everywhere can recommend their favourite brands again ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCMzjJjuxQI
  • Ten B.
    [...] Daily Mail have been telling us all that nearly everything will cause cancer. Here’s a handy [...]
  • Huey P.
    Hi, Cool blog. I've been looking for work in community services for age and found just reading some stuff here really great. I'm in Australia and i guess the market here is smaller than a lot of other places. I did find one site jobcommunity.com.au which was helpful. They are currently doing an update at the momemnet. people should check them out. Thanks again for the informative read and I look forward to coming back soon.
  • Marilyn H.
    Popular blood pressure drugs have been linked to cancer. These drugs are Angiotensin-receptor blockers such as Diovan, Micardis, Cozaar and Atacand. Talk to your doctor about this if you are taking these medications.

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