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Tuesday, 12 January 2010

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People everywhere are beginning to realize that writing for TheSpoof.com can become ADDICTIVE.

A woman from Milwaukee, WI was recently interviewed and she claims it has ruined her life, but she doesn't care. "I'll continue to write stories for TheSpoof.com until the day I die", she said.

She added, that due to her addiction to writing for TheSpoof.com, her husband has left her for the cook at McDaniels fast food restaurant, and her kids now live at Taco Towers cause she doesn't have time to cook for them.

"Every time I would start to cook I'd think of a parody about cooking and get back to my keyboard" she related.

Her husband ran away with the cook from McDaniels because every time he started to have sex with her, she put him off and ran to her keyboard to write a spoof about Tiger Woods.

"I really wanted to keep my house clean, but each time I turned on the vacuum cleaner, I thought of another joke about a vacuum cleaner salesman", she told us gleefully.

She doesn't seem to care about the ruin her life has become.

Her only concern is becoming the "featured writer" for TheSpoof.com.

"I wonder how many others are also addicted" she pondered.

TheSpoof.com, takes no responsibility for the mass addiction to writing for them that has spread across the United States.

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