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Saturday, 24 December 2011

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lost forever the ghost ship HMS Spoof

There has been a Christmas "Mutiny on the Spoof" as writers jump ship after being chained to their computers all year. Taskmaster and evil captain, Mark Horatio-Hornblower (not in a gay way) attempted to thwart the mutiny, but was left legless after downing an overdose of Captain Morgens' rum. The crew seized the opportunity and forced him to walk the plank with a sharp sword poking in his rear end (not in a gay way).

Skoob99 led his merry men and jumped first into the lifeboat making sure that he had a compass and a pair of woodworm eaten paddles so he could guide them to the nearest Stella Artois outlet in the Pacific, an Island called Christmas (bound to be some booze there), brave son of a B.

The rest followed and watched as legless Captain Mark was slowly devoured by a pack of hungry sharks, white ones (no racist connotations here please). Captain Juan, Queen Mudder, Abe Rodriquez and the rest fought for prime positions in the boat and decided to let Jaggedone hang on for his dear life and push from behind.

The Spoof flagship is now empty and only the ghosts of the past remain to haunt the vessel a lá Marie Celeste and it was last seen drifting towards the edge of a very flat world.

As for the rest of the crew, they will eventually hit Christmas Island, get totally pissed and be back in the new year reporting from a desert island where the internet is only available to the head-hunters!

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

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