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Wednesday, 9 April 2014

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Martians are planning package holidays on earth, but only when humans promise to leave the place!

NASA have confirmed that one of their satellites spotted the lost Malaysian plane being towed by a UFO and it was heading in the direction of Mars!

A white light spotted on the Martian service is guiding the UFO and the captured plane towards a runway especially built for captured planes and then it will disappear underground because it is too hot above for humans.

Aliens responding to calls from the NASA space centre in Florida told them to "F..k off," using the most common swear word on the planet especially loved by alien soccer players earning millions in the English Premier League.

Deciphering alien messages from the UFO to homebase on mars, NASA experts have found out the reason why they kidnapped this particular plane and not a Virgin, and here is the reason:

Malaysian Airways' planes offer great service, cheap tickets, good food and Martians require the information for future planned flights between Mars and Earth because they feel humans need desperate help from them in saving the wonderful planet before they destroy it completely!

Martians actually believe earth would be a great place for a holiday, the only problem is, humans inhabit the place!

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