Spoof news snippets from Thursday 12 September 2013
Vladimir Putin and Michelle Obama
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told President Obama that Edward Snowden went into the NSA file and showed him 27 photos of Michelle wearing a very skimpy bikini swimsuit.
The Scissors Smelled Like Maracas
A beauty salon in East Los Angeles was shut down when it was learned that the hair stylists were using counterfeit scissors smuggled in from Mexico.
The Puzzling Forest Fires
The United States government has just earmarked $9.3 million to study exactly just why the hell forest fires are so damn hot!
The Mount Rushmore Rumor
Regis Philbin has just said that there is no truth to the rumor that his and Larry King's likeness is being added to Mount Rushmore.
The Yippie-Ki-Yay Assault
The FCC has put a halt to anymore new country music award shows. They pointed out that 79 country music award prime time shows in one year is way more than enough.
Sail The Seas At Your Own Risk
The United States is considering putting a cigarette type warning on all cruise line advertisements.
The Cannibals Have Lost Their Vote
The African country of Lower Zamgola has banned cannibals from voting. A government spokesperson said that they were making the normal voters nervous as hell.
What Would John Hancock Think?
The family of John Hancock has asked the U.S. government to ban the use of the phrase 'Put your John Hancock here" saying it's disrespectful, insensitive, and they do not earn one red cent from it.
The President's Decision Making Process
President Obama recently stated that ironically most of his decisions on the Middle East are made when he is playing golf and finds himself in a sand trap.
Sarah Palin Moves Her Lips Again
Sarah Palin has just asked, "Why the heck is everyone so concerned about the chemicals in Syria. I mean gosh darnit how about the chemicals found in our good old USA chemicals, huh?"
Weiner goes down and takes The Spoof with him
New York City clown and mayoral candidate, Anthony Weiner admitted defeat yesterday and "The Spoof!"'s website went down. Coincidence? I think not...
From now on, all words are to be treated equally, even those that sound the same with different meanings. "I can't stand homophones," said Rachel Riley from Countdown.