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Thursday, 18 October 2007

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President Musharrif Is Seen Holding His Balls

Pakistan (TheSpoof.com)- Exiled Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto returned back to Pakistan after eight years. The former Prime Minister was greeted with cheers from the people and bombs from the government.

While it could not be determined conclusively if the government did, in fact, bomb her re-entrance back into the country, few observers think otherwise.

An anonymous source close to the Mushariff government states that he heard loud wailing behind a closed door and the strains of the Elton John pop hit, "The Bitch Is Back". "All I could hear, over and over was, oh the bitch, the bitch the bitch is back. I had little doubt as to who the song was in reference to."

No one was reported injured in the blast which destroyed three square yards of earth, 75% of Pakistan's tillable land. "I guess there goes the crops for this year!" exclaimed Bhutto when told of the damage.

No comment was forthcoming from General Musharrif as it appears he was too busy gnashing his teeth and pulling out his hair.

It was not immediately apparent if ex-minister Bhutto would attempt to seize the reins of power but traveling about the country in an armoured personnel carrier is considered a good indication. Minister Bhutto did relay that the APC "got great gas mileage, I mean, you know, considering."

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