Written by Charlie Van Horn

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Topics: Florida, satire

Thursday, 17 June 2004

ORLANDO, Florida -- TheSpoof.com has announced that it is launching an alternative lifestyle satire site, known as Spoofta.com.

"We consider this site to be like a magazine you would find in a Sunday paper, less formal, less accurate, more about pizzazz and pizza than actual substance" said Spoofta.com chief correspondent, Daniel Patrick Lloyd.

Lloyd has had many ventures into online gay journalism. He has written Mr. Flowers Wonderful World, a very sad and pathetic weblog that hopefully nobody will ever visit.

Although being saddled with having to bear the load of launching this new webzine, he feels that he can take it like no other man can.

"I can take it like no other man can", said D.P. Lloyd as he was trying on leather pants at a local Orlando shop.

"Do these make my ass look juicy?" asked Lloyd to a passing group of elderly women.

Spoofta is set to launch in two weeks time and has already received praise from GLAAD and of Nascar driver Jeff Gordon. The #24 car will be driven for the rest of the season sporting the new 'Spoofta' logo across the hood.

When asked of the partnership with Gordon, Lloyd said "Vroom Vroom...he can park in my garage anytime!!"

Fans of racing may not enjoy Gordon taking a 'pit stop' into the gay lifestyle, however, some felt it was just something that was bound to happen.

"Sure, we got dem queers in the Olympics, and hell, that there 'merican Idol is chuck full of em' so why not car drivin'..just as long as they don't do anything fag like, out of respect of the way I handle my rig" said Nashville truck driver Andy "The Badger" Dellops.

TheSpoof has gained worldwide fame in recent weeks for sheer abuse of beavers and Britney Spears. Lloyd hopes the first issue of the online magazine is a hit.

"Our debut will cover all sorts of fun things, from an exciting interview with author Tim Dorsey to my exclusive 'cheek to cheek' coverage of Gay Days"

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