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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

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Both North Korea and South Korea fired off a total of 810 rocket shells.

PYONGYANG, North Korea - The Rice Paddy, official news agency of North Korea reports that the two Korea's Upper and Lower have exchanged rocket fire.

Reports state that North Korea was conducting some off-shore live fire exercises in the Yellow Sea near the South Korean maritime border when a young gung ho rocket mate first class identified as Yo Ying Poo fired off a round which landed in South Korean waters.

The South Koreans quickly responded by firing off two rounds which landed in North Korean waters.

After about 17 minutes of this rocket tit for tat exercise the North estimated that they had fired off 503 rocket shells and the South figured it has fired off 307 for a difference of 196 rocket shells.

Kim Jong Un quickly texted South Korean leader Park Geun-hye and told him that if he wants to play hardball then he hopes he brought a lunch because he will be in for a long, drawn out battle.

President Geun-hye texted back that he is on a very strict diet of rice and water so Kim Jong Un can't hurt him where food is concerned.

Meanwhile, The United Nations has texted both leaders and told them to stop acting like schoolyard bullies or else each country will be hit with a $12.3 million fine.

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