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Sunday, 18 July 2010

Virgin Galactic's Richard Branson has pulled off a coup by inviting a curious bunch of celebrities to be the first to experience their ambitious new spaceship 'thingymebob' flying above the Earth's atmosphere.

Although this was initially hailed as a success the Press Association has revealed that there was a set back caused by unusual X ray, gamma ray and alpha ray conjunctions buffeting the spacecraft.

The unfortunate consequences of this phenomena has been observed in the life changes of the celebrities who took part in the promotion.

For instance Katie Price AKA 'Boredom' has decided to become a nun and renounce publicity. The convent to which she now belongs receives lots of interest from priests who are happy to meet and greet her.

Jonathan Ross decided that television and radio was no longer part of his life plan and now owns his own fish and ship shop. Claiming that he has cleansed his own sole.

Prime Minister David Cameron suddenly became aware of the virtues of socialism and shot himself, unfortunately it was only in the foot.

Ann Widdecombe has taken to whipping off her bra and shouting "Take me I'm yours" to nobody in particular, but nobody in particular takes any notice of her.

And Shakira who took the opportunity to travel out of this world actually became more beautiful and indeed was granted her wish to become Queen of the known universe.

(Well, its my article and I like her).

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