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Sunday, 21 March 2010

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Yonkers, New York - After a recent date with his fiance' Paul McCartney stopped in a local Pub for a cold one and The Spoof was there to chat with him.

"Get away mate I'm just here for a beer to wash down me meds, I have like 15 different ones these days," said Paul, "I don't smoke grass anymore, don't want any, run along."

We then showed Paul our official Spoof.com Press ID and he immediately agreed to a brief interview. "Paul the world really wants to know if you and Ringo have ever considered forming a new band, have you?"

"You know the thing is Ringo was the Walrus, John was never the Walrus, I was never the Walrus, all this time its been bloody Ring who was the Walrus. I was the Eggman and John and George were Eggmen, koo-koo-ka-choo and all that rubbish. Of course we thought about it, but yer know Ring and I are mates and we get on still like brothers, because we didn't try to form a new band together."

"But what about bringing in your friends and children..." we were cut off by Paul.

"Oh bloody hell! Every moron suggests that, where have been all these years? I did this interview back in 1970 for Christ's sake. Is that all you've got?"

"Okay," we said. "But remember you asked for it. Paul what would you do if you were reborn as a leper in a leper colony in Thailand?"

"Oh that, I was asked that in Rolling Stone back in 1973. Check it out."

"Really? Well Paul if you had been born a woman, do you think you would have been in the Beatles?"

"Ebony Magazine 1978."

"What if you could be a tree, what kind of tree would you be?"

"Time Magazine 1964."

"If you had a chance to change the lyrics to a song, which would you change and why?"

"New Yorkshire Pudding Digest,1981."

"Well bloody hell, isn't there a question you haven't been asked?"

"What's my favorite color? Nobody every flippin' asked me what my favorite color is in all these years. Sorry end of interview. Goodnight mate gotta go."

That was the end of our in depth interview with Paul McCartney, next week we kidnap Madonnna.

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

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