Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Topics: Facebook, Insanity

Sunday, 11 November 2012

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Miss Vera Cockwhistle Reads A Facebook Post From Miss Vicky Smegma

Philadelphia, PA-- When Miss Vicky Smegma went for a walk this morning, the last person she expected to see was Miss Vera Cockwhistle--one of her Facebook 'friends'. Both women are painfully shy and extremely introverted. Both women also live in that Facebook twilight zone--somewhere between fantasy and complete insanity

"Hello Miss Cockwhistle." mumbled Miss Smegma as she walked past the other old crone.

"Hello dear. Looks like nice weather." whispered Miss Cockwhistle back to Miss Smegma.

When Miss Smegma returned home she couldn't wait to write on her Facebook wall:

Just had lunch with my bff--Miss Vera Cockwhistle. We talked for hours! How delightful it is to have close friends to confide in and to share life with! Me and Miss Cockwhistle are planning a trip to Maui next year!

Miss Cockwhistle also typed something similar on her own Facebook wall. The hump-backed octogenarian wrote:

Ran into one of my closest and dearest friends today and it was so much fun!. We had lunch in this really amazing little bistro. Some cute guys tried picking us up but we said no...big mistake (sigh!). Maybe next time!

Both women felt so pleased after they made their posts. Miss Smegma then played a slot machine game on Facebook and won $1 million in Facebook money. She gave half of it to Miss Cockwhistle.

Before going to bed, Miss Smegma made a final crazy post to Facebook:

What an exciting day I've had! I won millions of dollars and I gave most of it away to my dearest friend in all the world. I'm so happy I even skipped some of my anti-psychotic medication. Tomorrow will be another exciting day on Facebook--can't wait!

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