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Monday, 31 October 2011

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WASHINGTON DC - It is considered to be the biggest presidential holiday party since President Thomas Jefferson unofficially declared Halloween to be the unofficial president's holiday. Since then the party has traditionally included candy, costumes of infamously popular tyrants, and getting egged by the incumbent.

Unfortunately for former President George W. Bush, this year was his turn by default. Bush refused the last two invitations because he has been busy trying to figure out how Angry Birds can defeat oinking pigs in the popular European game.

White House Social Secretary Jeremy Bernard, the first male American and first homosexual appointment since the beginning of black presidents had etched an impressionable Halloween Party memory among the guests since Abraham Lincoln lied while piss drunk at the Halloween Pink Shoe Only for Males party.

Historically, since 1790 President George Washington first signed an Act of Congress stipulating that the federal government would reside on the river of the Potomac where the alligators and crocodiles fed on each other with a death-wrestling that determined the winner. Additionally, he added that the incumbent president must host an annual Halloween Party at the White House at whatever costs of the American citizens.

However, since then, it has been considered a rite of passage for former presidents to enter into the exclusive presidential alumni by having incumbent presidents, or whomever they choose, to throw eggs at them during the White House Halloween Party.

Fortunately for George W. Bush, Obama chose selective guests to do his dirty work in which Bush took like a champ and stood facing the wall in the Oval office as he got pummeled with yolk and sunshine eggs. Note that traditionally, incumbents usually defer their throw to other distinguished guests because they might need help from the former president if the country revolts in a civil war way.

At the end of the event, George W. Bush having drunk eight Dos Equis beers said his enemies this evening were innovative and resourceful. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm him.

"Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, you can't fool me again," proudly stated by former president George W. Bush.

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