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Sunday, 20 February 2011

LONDON - Researchers at Imperial College have found out that Spoofers' Syndrome is a real condition.

The syndrome, which is characterised by excessive pop-culture sneering, inability to stop thinking that 'it would make a good peice' and internet download limit breaching, affects nearly one-fifteenth of the world.

Luckily, says the report, the Syndrome suferers are easy to find.

"They all culminate in one place," said Dr. Castel, "TheSpoof.com. Considering many of them don't mask their IP addresses and some even advertise thier real names, either on the site, or on their linked Twitters, it was easy to track them down."

One Spoofer, Inhopeless, is a qualified psychologist, having had an A-level in it.

"Well," he said, "I diagnosed myself with it. I was constantly uploading stories that lambasted and vilified the pop-culture world I lived in, where through metaphors or whatever. I even checked my internet usage and most of it wasn't illegal downloading or uhh... other things. It was text-based uploads."

Many Spoofers have been found to lead normal lives at home and work, but have seemed to regress every time they log on. One Spoofer was found to have had a pay-rise at work, yet be unshaven and smell like New Jersey.

"We found a few from New Jersey," said an spokesman for the International Spoofer Prevention and Recapturing (InterSPAR), "but we found them smelling like they usually do, so we left them there."

Already InterSPAR have found nearly 200 Spoofers, including two in China, who have used their condition to speak openly against Communism.

Already, the UN have sent out a Prevention document which states that the onset of Spoofers' is starting to devote time to Spoofing.

Spoofers' can be treated by... wait what? NO. NO!! DON'T PUT THAT THING NEAR MY BRAIN! NO!!! NO NO NOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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