Star US spoof writer Morse, Captain of the ill fated HMS Buggerall in TheSpoof.com pirate collaboration saga, and avid backer of the recently outed Star Trek (with sordid sexual imagery and perverted meanderings of overblown soon to be senile minds) has once more broke into the top twenty of TheSpoof.com writers after a lengthy absence.
And yet, in order to achieve such notoriety, Morse has joined that ever so desperate bunch of wannabees Buck, Skoob et al, that he has sadly had to resort to story content featuring oversized genitalia, unnatural sexual preferences, vagina monologues and Chinese sexually orientated theme parks.
"It's a sad story," Spoof contributor Wirehead told us. "Ole Morse has sold out his principles and gotten himself wrapped up in that sex and celebrity makes points syndrome. He used to be so talented, so sensitive, so artistic, a humanitarian like myself. Now I don't see how he can hold his head up. He's sold his soul for points."
Top all time Spoofer BuckwheatsButt who regularly receives 3,000 hits an hour and a dozen proposals of marriage was quick to leap to his buddy's defence:
"So Morse found out that genitalia makes points. So what? What's the beef with that? Personally I'd rather read a funny story about a huge cock or pussy than some fucking dirge quoted verbatim from an obscure Asian newspaper. These assholes never last long anyway. They're basically one trick ponies. To succeed here, you have to write like that Skoob. Write shit, and lots of it. You're bound to get a big hitting story sooner or later. Everything Skoob writes is shit, but at least it's shit based around a wide variety of subject matter."
Skoob told us from his castle in England:
"I'm really pleased that Morse is back in the top 20, and I'm pleased that Buck is pleased too. But there's more to these guys than mere stories about outsized cocks and pussies and sex parks. Check out the Star Trek collaboration extravaganza on TheSpoof.com. It's sensational. And it's been championed by none other than the legendary Jalapenoman. I believe also that Spoof legend Monkey Woods was approached for a contribution, but declined to take part. He also refused to take part in Below Decks, citing 'seasickness' as an excuse. Makes me wonder what excuse he'll come up with for Star Trek - spacesickness? Has he ever been in space? Miserable Yorkshire bastard."
TheSpoof.com Star Trek Collaboration will be showing at some film festival or other, as soon as it's made.
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