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Thursday, 23 August 2007

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New Delhi, India (IP) - Well known Bollywood film producer, Hi-boss Canibehelpingyou, has called our entertainment reporter and advised him that he will be going to Hollywood in order to meet with Dolly Parton.

He is in the market for an amusement park and will try to buy Dollywood from Dolly.

Asked if he was really serious about the purchase he replied that he should and would if he could buy Dollywood from Dolly while in Hollywood by golly.

Dollywood is in Tennessee and Dolly is in Hollywood and has never been to Bollywood but she said she would sell Dollywood if Mr. Canibehelpingyou promised not to change anything and agreed not fire any of the workers who love their jobs there so much.

Mr. Canibehelpingyou promised to keep the current workforce but said he would no longer sell hamburgers nor other cow products and also indicated that cows would be able to enter the park and roam about at will due to their sacred status back home.

Dolly mockingly said that was "udderly" rediculous, gave him a bust in the eye and a crack on the lip. She declared that there is no way she would proceed with the sale under those terms. Mr. Canibehelpingyou took refuge in a 7-11 until Dolly left the scene and returned back to the airport where he joined in with some Hare Krishnas spare changing for a while and then boarded his plane for the long flight home.

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