Written by Dr Edward Maxwell
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Monday, 17 March 2008

Prison Break star Wentworth Miller won a large wager today when betting against a marginally talented writer who decided to try his hand at betting.

The wager was against a great deal of Hollywood money since the Prison Break star had ample cash reserves to cover the bet in the eventuality he lost.

The wannabe writer, Jesus-Budda, pledged his Commodore computer, a spare tire for his 1969 Audi, a roll of quarters, his collection of animal porno photos, and a portrait (on Corinthian velvet) of Elvis Presley.

The contest, and subsequent wager, was to see how far either could make a facial zit squirt once it was squeezed with sufficient finger pressure.

Now, the testy part of this bet was they had to perform the 'main squeeze' upon each other!

Rule #1The zit sploogie had to cross at least 3 meters in order to qualify as a true and exact measurement
Rule# 2 No moving while pressure is applied.
Rule#3 Payment by the loser is due immediately.

Prison Break star Wentworth Miller went forward with an amazingly tight grip upon the cheezy writer's main zit, which was ripe and still growing predominately on the flatten and thick nose of the man called Jesus-Budda.

The Budda-esque creature tried a similar zit-hold, but it kept slipping off under his pizza grease laden fingers.

Finally, with a resounding 'POP' the zit-sploogie sailed easily across the 3 meter mark, leaving a crater- like hole on the large face of Jesus-Budda!

"I'm not that old, but I'm somewhat grizzled", said a humbled Jesus-Budda, "the kid beat me fair and square. This is a young man's game after all".


(Dedicated to my Good friend Jesus Budda)

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