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Friday, 11 November 2011

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The season of goodwill has arrived and Spoof writers have been ordered not to mention A+l+h only the real God!

In an unprecedented attack on Spoof headquarters, Mary Poppins swooped across the chimney stacks and frosty roofs of a certain Lancaster town with her umbrella swinging, armed with a kalashnikov and peashooter. She then stormed the building.

Mark, Spoof editor, was, at the time, sitting on the bog reading a 1951 copy of Dennis the Menace and was caught ice-cold with his plus fours nestling comfortably around his ankles.

Mary demanded that Spoofers should never, ever mention the word M+sl+ms, b+rq+'s, I+l+m, A+l+h, P+k+st+n terrorists or anything whatsoever to do with suicide bombings, I+l+m+c women incarcerated or such provocative subjects.

Mark, still with his trousers and pants tied around his ankles had no choice but to agree with Mary's demands. She then flew out of the attic window promising that if Mark doesn't keep to his word he will be taken care of properly, i.E. Put in the Saw VI cellar and left to his destiny with a chainsaw or swinging pendulum.

Due to the fact that the festive season is approaching, Spoof writers have been ordered only to write snowy, loving, good will, very "white" Christmas spoofs and leave the "evil truth" that carries on around the world.

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