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Tuesday, 22 April 2014

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A spokeswoman for the Mary Jane Cosmetics Company who have listed their write-off donations for tax purposes has sent a brand new Pink Cadillac to the "Little People" who make it all possible.

"I bet these little guys eyes will lit up like little stars in the dark when they received this gift", stated Martha Goodnight. "Our company has always tried to be inclusive with everyone so we drew a card from a hat and came up with the Effy people in the Congo."

After a huge applause and standing ovation, the lights were dimmed as the crowd of sales ladies watched the video of the Pygmies getting their first view of their brand new car.

At first they seemed a little afraid of it but gradually came forward and touched it. Then more came forward to touch it but jumped back again as one opened the door.

Once inside, the whole group came forward and got inside.

The video was stopped there or ended there as there were smiles all around and oohs and ahhhs a-plenty.

"There you see how much these little people loved their gift", Martha told the crowd.

Meanwhile off stage a couple shook their heads.

"What in the beep are these forest people going to do with a pink caddy? They can't take it into the woods?"

"They won't have to. I was there to see what happened where they stopped the video. Somehow the car alarm went off and they jumped out and sent about a hundred poisoned darts into it causing all four tires to blow and it caught on fire and burned."

"Those poor people."

"Poor? They danced around the blackened hulk and you'd thought they had brought down King Kong himself."

A spokeswoman for the Mary Jane Cosmetics Company who have listed their write-off donations for tax purposes has sent a brand new Pink Cadillac to the "Little People" who make it all possible.

"I bet these little guys eyes will lit up like little stars in the dark when they received this gift", stated Martha Goodnight. "Our company has always tried to be inclusive with everyone so we drew a card from a hat and came up with the Effy people in the Congo."

After a huge applause and standing ovation, the lights were dimmed as the crowd of sales ladies watched the video of the Pygmies getting their first view of their brand new car.

At first they seemed a little afraid of it but gradually came forward and touched it. Then more came forward to touch it but jumped back again as one opened the door.

Once inside, the whole group came forward and got inside.

The video was stopped there or ended there as there were smiles all around and oohs and ahhhs a-plenty.

"There you see how much these little people loved their gift", Martha told the crowd.

Meanwhile off stage a couple shook their heads.

"What in the beep are these forest people going to do with a pink caddy? They can't take it into the woods?"

"They won't have to. I was there to see what happened where they stopped the video. Somehow the car alarm went off and they jumped out and sent about a hundred poisoned darts into it causing all four tires to blow and it caught on fire and burned."

"Those poor people."

"Poor? They danced around the blackened hulk and you'd thought they had brought down King Kong himself."

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