Written by Jesus Budda
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Topics: The Spoof, Fat

Saturday, 1 November 2008

image for Fat Dancing Retard kid who appears in Jesus Budda's avatar calls foul
John the Pedophile out scouting for more avatar kids

The ugly, fat, stupid looking retarded kid who dances like a beached whale at a spastic convention, and appears as the animated avatar of average writer Jesus Budda, has demanded that the image be removed from public display.

'Little' Jimmy Bastard, 12, says he's suffered emotional turmoil and stress after the kids at his local school saw his chubby blubber ass moving erratically on 'hilarious' online satire website theSpoof.com.

"That video was made for private use only by my friend John the Pedophile ", slobbered Jimmy, "now I'm just a big, fat, lard-assed target for bullies. It's not fair."

"The guy that's using my image just stuck his stupid name on my shirt and passed it off as himself", Jimmy sobbed, "big doody!".

Acclaimed author Jesus Budda took time out of his busy schedule to come down from the elevated height of his wonderment to offer these poetic words of wisdom:

"Fuck you, fatso".

Budda has claimed that the 5th, 6th , 7th and even the little known 173rd amendments protect his right to use the fat bastards dancing image for his own fun and games.

A separate case being brought against Budda by NYPD Blue/ CSI Miami actor David Caruso over the infamous "Fuck you" animated avatar is pending.

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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