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Topics: Twitter, Tequila, demon

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

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Charlie Gargoyling with Sierra Tequila Silver

People around the world are trying to summon a "Mexican demon" named Charlie, using pencils and a bit of paper.

This follows a Twitter explosion, #CharlieCharlieChallenge, where readers are encouraged to summon the demon to answer their questions, using a simple pencil and paper.

The Spoof managed to catch up with Charlie in a filthy Hacienda in downtown CancĂșn.

"I dunno chwhy they call for me," he complained. "Chy am never a Tweeter demon. Chy love MySpace. Eeet is chwhy nobody has heard off me before."

The #CharlieCharlieChallenge involves putting two pencils on a piece of paper marked with "Yes" and "No" and asking Charlie, "Are you there?" The top pencil is supposed to be spun by Charlie, if he is successfully summoned.

Warnings include that the demon "may seem friendly at first" but he could also have "sinister plans".

Apparently you must also ask to "Stop" the summoning politely or you risk "leaving a portal open for demons to come in and out of your house as they please".

"Eees free cholidays for me," Charlie explained. "Chwen they not say 'Stop' me and my amigos chead for the portal and party in different country. Mostly we like tequila. We Gargoyle with eeet," he joked.

You can catch up with Charlie on MySpace/CheekyCharlie.

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