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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

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He just loves "Two and a half men" (but not in a gay way!)

Charlie Sheen's born again ex-Christian nephew and recently adopted nephew of Ashton Kutcher has claimed that "Two and a half men" is filth and should only be watched by devil worshippers and men who like Kutchers half-naked one-night stands!

Angus T Jones, the nephew, still playing in the show and cashing $350.000,00 a show told his church that he wishes he wasn't in it anymore and has promised to donate $250.000,00 every week to them. Last week his demons were exorcised by a high priest of the same church and that cost him $2 million.

Hollywood has protested about the claim that "Two and a half men" is the filthiest show on TV because they claim that "Californication" is the sluttiest, filthiest, rudest and most pornographic sit-com ever. David Duchovny, star of the show who loves being in it, earning millions and romping with those slutty babes gave the following comment about Angus's comments:

"Man that kid should come down here and we'll really show him what filth is; Angelic Upstart!"

Meanwhile Angus is setting out on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem hoping to meet Jesus who is a self-confessed addict of "Two and a half men" and watches every episode from his "heavenly heights" but still prefers Charlie, Amen!

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