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Thursday, 31 March 2011

image for Selena Gomez's Boyfriend Justin Bieber Thinking About Changing His Last Name To &quotBeaver" In Order To Get A Lot More Internet 'Hits' Most people don't realize it, but in a fair fight, a beaver could actually defeat a crocodile. (Photo by Piper Palin).

TARZANA, California - Singing sensation Justin Bieber made a special promotional appearance at The Tarzan and Jane Petting Zoo in Tarzana.

He was asked how his relationship with fellow singing sensation and girlfriend Selena Gomez was going.

Justin did not miss a beat between signing his first name and last as he gave the reporter for iGossip a quick thumbs up.

Taffeta Kixx with iGossip followed with a follow up question and asked him how his left toe was doing. He giggled and said that it was doing good and that the cast should come off in three more days.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Bieber apparently was out in the backyard of his Hollywood Hills home playing a game of horseshoes when he accidentally got stepped on by one of the horses.]

After the special promotional appearance Justin asked Miss Kixx if she would like to join him and Selena (Gomez) for burgers and fries at Hank's Hippity Hoppity Hamburger Haven in East Los Angeles.

Kixx dropped her pad and pencil and yelled out "Yes! Yes! Oh Yes!"

While at The 5 H's, as the locals call it, Justin revealed to Taffy that he had been playing around with the idea of changing the spelling of his last name from Bieber to Beaver.

Kixx asked why on Earth he would do that. He grinned as he took his beautiful girlfriend's hand and replied that it had been Selena's idea.

He said that she told him that this way his Internet site would probably double and maybe even triple in hits if his name went from Justin Bieber to Justin Beaver.

Taffeta smiled and said that she definitely could see her reasoning. She asked when this change may occur. She was told that they are shooting for a target date of June 2, which is National Beaver Day.

National Beaver Day is celebrated in 49 of the 50 states. The only state that does not celebrate National Beaver Day is Arizona and that is not because of their contrary ways, but because of the fact that being a desert state there simply are no trees in Arizona, so therefore there are no beavers there as well.

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

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