Written by Lady Godiva
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Topics: The Spoof

Sunday, 30 January 2011

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This is NOT a Spoof Writer's brain, it is a NORMAL one

News reached the offices of The Spoof this morning that the man who survived this plunge, is indeed a Spoof Writer who wishes, at this point in time, to remain anonymous.

Apparently, he landed on his head, saving him from certain death, which would have certainly befallen a lesser mortal.

When taken to hospital, for obvious reasons, the Spoof Writer was reportedly sitting up in the back of the ambulance, typing about his fall in an effort to get his story approved over at The Spoof ASAP and help him climb further up the Top Writers Chart. (Climb the chart as a result of a 'fall'!! How ironic!)

On arriving at the hospital he (for it was indeed a 'male' Spoofer) was rushed to the x-ray department where many x-rays were taken of his skull. He was also sent for a brain scan, following the x-rays.

Results show that:

a) his skull is thicker than any other human skull

b) his brain is oddly shaped and is smaller than an average orange

c) the creativity centre of his brain takes up 95% of the total mass of his brain

Doctors concluded that this Spoof Writer is indeed an unusual 'specimen' and are now planning to carry out a study of all Spoofers who write for The Spoof in order to ascertain if all Spoofers' brains are as abnormal as the Spoofer who 'took the plunge'.

More as we get it.

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