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Monday, 11 May 2009

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Satirical website TheSpoof.com was today rocked to its very foundations by a series of amazing revelations from a bitter and twisted former contributor.

The website, which to all intents and purposes is merely a vehicle whereby budding humorists can showcase their works and air their grievances regarding life in general is in reality a hotbed of political and showbusiness chicanery, and a sanctuary for those with the most twisted messages to be aired in a public forum under the protective umbrella of a bunch of ridiculous pseudonyms.

We met up with our man, a former TheSpoof.com contributor in an underground car park in Brighton. He was wearing a mac, chain smoking, sweating profusely and appeared highly nervous. He told us:

"When you first log on to TheSpoof.com you can be easily misled into believing that it's all a bit of harmless fun put out by amateurs with ridiculous sounding names, like Monkey Woods, BuckwheatsButt, QueenMudder, and so forth.

"But these people are not amateurs. I know for a fact that Nick Griffin, the Rev Al Sharpton, Nelson Mandela, Roy 'Chubby' Brown, Jim Bowen, Sir Alex Ferguson, Rob Pattinson, Miley Cyrus, Don King, Simon Cowell, and Silvio Berlusconi all contribute on an almost daily basis. TheSpoof.com is nothing but a propoganda tool."

Upon investigating these accusations, we found that TheSpoof.com does indeed host many internationally renowned extremists of all ilks. We even discovered that the UK's next Prime Minister, David 'Do Nothing Dave' Cameron had signed up as a writer, but thus far has contributed nothing to the site.

"And I know who you really are, you bastard!" our informant raged at us (or rather at me) with spittle flecked lips. "You'll only get away with this for so long, then you'll be outed! You hear me? Outed! Skoob 1999 my arse! We all know you're really..."

At which point we felt it prudent to terminate the interview.

More as we get it. But not from him. That's for sure.

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