A local spoof writer is currently recovering from shock today following the astounding revelation that he has had a life going on around him whilst he had his nose pressed fast, up against his computer monitor for the past several years.
'It was like waking up from a coma' said the local spoof writer who didn't wish to be named for fear of being called a complete arse-hat by his nearest and dearest.
'I was aware that things were going on around me in only the most peripheral and incidental sense, apparently people would walk into the room where I was tapping away at my keyboard and talk to me, somehow I managed to communicate instinctively, just enough so as they would think I had heard and was answering them, without actually hearing what the visitors were saying.'
Apparently the shock discovery came when the debilitated spoofer was disturbed from his writing trance by the need to evacuate his bowels.
'I stood up, looked around and suddenly realised there were all these people in my house. Apparently it was someone's birthday or something, a person called girlfriend, according to what I heard people shouting at me. I didn't understand why they were acting so annoyed so I started to show them my spoofs that I had written and they all said, That's Nice Matthew, but how's the job hunting going.?'
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