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Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Christmas will soon be here, that wonderful time when the moronic elements can be seen in their millions rushing out to spend someone else's money in a most irresponsible manner and later to pay dearly for the dubious privilege. It's also a truly wonderful time for those fat greasy moneylenders puffing on huge cigars and sweating their overworked knackers off after shagging some money-grabbing little tart on a caribbean beach in the windies and not even paying british taxes or the dreaded V.A.T. Known as laughing all the way to the bank and even better when you own the bloody bank.

Supermarkets will once more indulge in that annual Christmas profit boosting price hike while they say you are getting value for money. Needless to say it will be halfway to the summer before they drop the prices back to the normal rip off level.

It's also a great time of the year for the morbidly obese to use the excuse that everyone else in doing it, as they waddle frantically around looking for more shit to eat.

Credit cards should only be given to those who have passed a responsibility test and definitely not to idiots. If you can't afford it don't bloody-well buy it or can't afford to feed anymore kids, keep the legs firmly closed and give the poor fellow a good gobble instead, surely that's only common sense. Keep the credit card for emergencies only or protection when making dubious purchases on the net, the kind that come in plain brown wrappers that you wouldn't wish anyone to know about, especially close family members.

In the first instance an unscrupulous individual threw the moneylender out if the temple in order to take over their rackets then told everyone he was the son of god as his cover story. And...still he manages to fool millions as his legacy lives on today in the shape of that nasty little plastic card

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

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