The Make a Wish Foundation was forced to disband this week after a young leukemia patient insisted that the charity organization cease to exist.
When nine year-old Myron Fenning was asked what he wished for more than anything else in the world, he replied to stunned foundation representatives that he wanted the Make a Wish Foundation to disband.
Fenning reportedly made the wish to spite Jordan Crumb, the boy he shared a room with at St. Mungo's children's hospital.
"The little turd took my Poke'mon card. This'll show him," said Fenning. The terminally ill Crumb was scheduled to warm up with this year's U.S. Olympic Basketball Dream Team, go on a date with Britney Spears, and then fly to France to see his estranged grandmother who is too old to fly, all on the day after Fenning made his wish. Crumb reported that he was 'disappointed.'
Make a Wish Foundation President Randal Poffo regretfully succumbed to the sick Fenning's demands despite criticism. "What else could I do?" sighed Poffo, "I mean, it was the kid's dying wish. We offered to introduce him to Shaq, the Olsen twins, even Al Sharpton. Nothing would appease this kid. I just feel sorry for the thousands of children who will no longer get squat from us."
Fenning stated that he only regrets not having first wished for more wishes and saving the disbanding for last.