BIRMINGHAM, ENG. - After several eureka moments caught on the public transport unit, spoofer Inhopeless has forgotten the cool stories.
"Bummer," he said, "I was just sitting there, and then bamf... a story just pops into my head. I kept it in my head, until I got back home."
Upon reaching home, eating food made by his mother, and stalking that girl off Facebook, Inhopeless decided to log on to the Spoof and write his story.
According to sources, there was no story he could write at all.
"It's like my mind went blank," he said. "It was crazy. I'm trying to think of it. It's killing me."
Inhopeless then went on to say that the eureka moments actually happen before you know it. Having held an A-level in Psychology he said,
"Your subconscious works things out before your conscious does. That subconscious does nearly all your thinking. You don't think, 'oh, I must drink this milk' or whatever. So essentially, your subconscious does it all for you. It just takes time for it to surface. I read it in the Economist."
After waiting hours on end for his subconsois to do something he gave up.
"You know," he pondered, "I could write about me not being able to... nah. Damn! What was I thinking of?"