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Sunday, 28 December 2008

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Writers Scrum Over Prospect of Female Writers

Cyberspace - It has been revealed that "Madonna and Britney Spears have decided to join on as writers". While the two celebrities have not confirmed the report this has not stopped current writers from shamelessly using their celebrity to stir things up for their personal advantage.

A spokesman announced "The Spoof.com feels that it is in the best interests of both readers and writers to expand female representation in our our organization.

"Welcoming Ms. Spears and Madonna as writers sends a message that celebrities too have a voice that they can use to counter any public slander that may have been directed towards them by points-mongering writers."

The Spoof.com writers were are all a-twitter with the news when it was announced at their Annual Sausagefest. The sporting lot immediately broke into a scrum and atttempted fruitlessly to grab each others balls while others went all hurley-burley with the prospect of virtual female pheromones being introduced into the airwaves.

A number of writers have cast doubt on the situation, claiming it to be a fraud and that they are the celebrities named. So far three of The Doubting Faction as it is called have claimed to be Britney Spears, two have claimed to be Madonna with dozens of Spartacuses thrown in for good measure.

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