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Friday, 8 April 2011

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A solitary fan wonders what all the fuss is about

Teenage heart and other bodily area throbber Justin Bieber has got himself into a spot of bother with hordes of screaming girls as a result of his witterings on the stage of the O2 White Elephant arena in London.

He was attempting to demonstrate to still young screaming fans how important it is for them to get an education, because he explained that not all kids can be as lucky as him and fall into showbusiness, no matter how hard they try to dumb down in order to appear on a TV reality show.

He was attempting to show off his command of literature, and was quoting English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton from his play Richelieu.

However, instead of saying "the pen is mightier than the sword", Justin, or 'Just' as he is known to his family, or "J" as he is known to his fans, said that "his penis is mightier for an award".

However, the girls, especially those who had put their phones away and were actually listening to him, began to scream even more, faint, fall over, pass out and generally become damp, raising the humidity within the arena to the point where lights began fusing and electricity points spontaneously combusted.

Mr Con Bookingfee, manager of the arena said it was lucky the young star wasn't discussing biology, because if he's misused the word "organism", heaven knows what might have happened to the hordes of screaming fans.

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