Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Skoob1999, Eggs, E Coli

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

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These things can cause some discomfort if consumed after hours!

A very famous (infamous) spoof writer has been be-smitten with E Coli disease after continually consuming rotten eggs and Stella Artois after the evening Spoof curfew. His lovely wife noticed a disorder in his normal behaviour because after devouring the eggs, he left a non-recognisable, pungent pong hanging in the toilet and all over the house.

Fab, famous, infamous, Skoob 1999, alias Shuttlecock, then complained of a rather urgent urge to unload the eggs scrambled up in his intestines in rapid repetitive periods causing unease whilst watching Man United thump Fulham and drat; he missed RVP's super goal because he was too busy unscrambling his intestines, "damn it!"

The penetrating smell was also smelt by his not so nice neighbours who own a vicious dog (amongst other illegal weapons) and they informed the local authorities, who immediately issued a warning of a potential nuclear attack, forcing everybody in the neighbourhood to lock up their doors, barricade the windows and flee to the cellar.

After 2 days of incessant visits to his bog and a curfew on his consumption of eggs after 23.00 PM, the emergency passed over the area. Now everybody has returned to their normal daily duties; reading The Sun, bantering with Inchcock on Facebook, drinking gallons of Stella Artois and participating on the Spoof; Skoob 1999 that is.

Skoob 1999 is now on an eggless diet and has promised to throw the rest of his egg stocks (not his wives) over the fence towards the vicious dog who lives next door because he attacked Skoob's cat and what better way to recover than watch this vicious beast suffer in E coli agony!

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