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Tuesday, 26 May 2009

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'What does 'satire' mean? Why can't Americans understand the word? Why can't Americans win wars?'

Hundreds of millions of professional writers, that contribute to TheSpoof.com in their tea and cocaine breaks, today demanded higher ratings and better cheese sandwiches, for bothering to contribute to the almost-always now adolescent, Susan Boyle-type obsessed, moronic git website that still claims to be satirical.

Said satirist Sir Susan d'Goody of that Pish: 'I have nothing to say, as I'm too busy making a fortune writing books.' And another satirical satirist - taking a break from fondling a satyr - added:

'Shouldn't TheSpoof.com be renamed the Last Resort of the Kiddy Krap Yankee Queers? It's almost like a once-great satirical writers' website has been inundated by a plague of feeble, homosexual teenagers, ones that should be away doing what homosexuals love to do, molesting little boys and writing about Susan Boyle, while real writers earn a living.'

But one Spoofer, Sir George Orwell, taking a large swig of Dumbo gin, said: 'And Americans wonder why we sent our British bent shots to found the USA? Americans seem to think that satire is gossiping like poofters about singers and film stars. Britain invented America, and will harpoon Americans at any and every opportunity they can. This site is now becoming embarrassing, where have all the satirists gone?'

To let two jets fly into New York City and destroy the Twin Towers, while the CIA have had the entire planet under 24 hour surveillance for over 30 years, and must have told the USAF to let it happen, maybe.

Less, as Americans cry into their apple pie-burgers. More, as the morons that bore this site to death and can't write carry on with their moronic 'articles'.

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