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Monday, 25 February 2008

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Doctors in Plymouth use these for transport

The well known teller of tall tales and top writer, Duncan Whiteshed has only been writing since December and has already overthrown other writers from the top spot several times. This led to a dreadful war of words and almost come to blows between two writers. The war got so ugly that the administrators pulled the offending thread off the forum.

One writer, In Seine, told In Seine News:

"Ever since I started reading Whiteshed's stories, I have found every one of them so funny that I feel compelled to give him 5 stars. They are so well thought out that I wet myself each time I read his tales and need to see a doctor because I think I'm becoming incontinent to the point of being dehydrated."

It roused interest from 'the management' who suspected him of planting a virus on readers of his stories which activates as they exit and gave him 5 points automatically. No wonder Whiteshed rose from nowhere like a scud missile from Iraq!

The Lowton's have called in one of their English teacher, Dr, no less, Eddwood Maxwell, who is an unpublished author.

Apparently there is a glut of Doctors in Plymouth any many illiterate Devonians can buy a doctorate in the University of Mumbai from as little as 50p off ebay - in English of course!

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