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Thursday, 30 August 2012

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You don't have to go that far to find "black holes" especially the anal type!

Sceintists have discovered millions of black holes and at first the scientific fraternity thought they were talking about those black holes a trillion miles away from earth; they could never have been further from the truth!

The black holes have been found in The Royal Albert Hall after a renowned, eccentric nutty professor and dedicated Beatles fan, Professor Zweistein of Prussian descent, was listening to the Beatles classic, "A day in the life" and overheard John Lennon singing about arseholes sitting in the Albert Hall.

Professor Zweistein then targeted his huge telescope at the Albert hall and found millions of black holes there, a miracle! He claims that John Lennon (RIP) whispered in his ear-hole from the other side and told him there really were millions of arseholes there who had passed through the place especially during the Last night of the Proms!

This discovery has sent the scientific world utterly mad because although John Lennon has been dead a long time, it seems that he is not, dead that is! Maybe he's just living in one of those black holes in heaven a trillion miles away listening to Jaggedone's version of "I am a walrus" to be found in that epic novel called Ers++ne Qui+t (name changed for legal purposes and to avoid being banned by Mark our editor!).

So next time you Brit loonies buy a ticket for The Proms; please don't fall into one of those "black holes" because they devour everything that enters them including Union Jacks arseholes!

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

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