Written by matthatt
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Topics: God

Friday, 13 April 2007

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You haven't seen me, right?

Yes ladies and gentlemen, the Lord God has been up to his old tricks again with his "always amusing" moving in mysterious ways.

First of all he put dinosaur bones in the ground, just so we could dig them up and question our place in the grand scheme of things.

Now his latest wheeze is a belter.

Apparently, at some point in the last 40,000 years he invented chickens, I think it was a Tuesday.

He had some spare protein left over so he decided to stuff it in some old T-Rex bones just before burying them for us to find. He then sat back and waited for the hilarity to ensue. He told a Spoof.com reporter "it's so funny when these scientists run around trying to prove evolution, it makes me howl with laughter, they just don't realise that I'm behind it all, genius!"

Unfortunately, when God was asked by our reporter, how he manages to find the time and necessity to create these hilarious, aeon spanning gags at the human races' expense but he cant stop war, hunger, destruction and not to mention Roman Catholic priests defiling devout diocesans, he declined to comment and told our reporter that he had business to attend to elsewhere. TheSpoof.com reporter reminded God that he is the father of all creation, omnipotent and therefore "by definition" unable to be anywhere else whilst not being here. God called him a smart-ass and left.

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