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Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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Everyone Got A Free Copy

Oprah has done it again, recommending a supposedly true story of one of her guest authors who claimed he had gone to Thailand to have a horse pecker put on him.

"I am sooooo disappointed in you, Mickey Jones", Oprah stated in yesterday's show as Mickey showed up and took his medicine."

"You think YOU'RE disappointed, you should have seen the 20 or so women whom I had married since my last appearance. None of my marriages have lasted a month."

Oprah then asked Mickey if the wife couldn't tell the difference the first night?

"Not as long as I could kept the light off. There ARE novelty sex shops you know. There are some I brought back from Bangkok that could easily fool you, IF you left the light off."

Bookstores carrying the book, "The Adventures Of Horse Pecker Jones" had began pulling it from their shelves but people still wanted it, even if it wasn't true. So they moved it to the Adult Fiction section.

"Yeah, people need their dreams", one Barney Gobble Store manager told Oprah live on the hour."

"Well, you are not welcome on this show, Mr. Jones. Folks please tune in tomorrow when our guest David Blaine will try to go for three days without a head."

But then the crowd refused to leave until Oprah gave each of them a free copy of Mr. Jones book.

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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