Callum, from Edinburgh, a true Twitter twiddler finally got the message that the Susan Boyle fanatics are without humour.
As he follows the Susan Boyle tweets, he has noticed that every tweet pointing at thespoof.com articles is followed by subo fanatics desperate attempts to bury these tweets.
"People are obviously finding the many Susan Boyle spoofs entertaining and tweet them. Several spoof writers are being tweeted and then the fanatics pile in with boring monotony. It looks like they are monitoring Twitter full time to discredit what they regard as diabolical liberties against their idol" he said from his alarmed and secure computer room. "I can't allow my kids in here and have removed all their laptops because they will think that society has been turned upside down. These Susan Boyle fanatics have something to hide. I wish they would go and hide, in Alaska (by request), preferably"
"Don't they get the humour of thespoof.com? Do they really think that the spoofs are for real? I can't mock the fanatics any longer, I feel that they need some professional help and a few weeks away from their computers." he commented with a worried look on his face.
"My mum writes spoofs" he added, "But she can still laugh at the fanatics. It seems she is well aware of their stupidity and clandestine clubs that discredit fans like her. They are all a few bob short of a pound (£1 = $1.53), and it's worrying."
He will report on the reaction to this spoof when one of my friendly readers Twitters it.
Begin the countdown, it's 17.37 BST now. Their record is 7 minutes from posting to Twittering.