Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: The Spoof, Internet

Monday, 8 March 2010

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Could anybody not take the piss out of this Darling! It's a fundamental Spoof right!

A survey organised by the BBC has discovered that the world population should have access to the internet and that it's a fundamental human right only Spoof writers should be banned!

People were interviewed in 26 countries and everybody was unanimous, THE SPOOF should not be allowed to access the internet and the BBC were quite relieved.

Spoof writers renowned for their slanderous slamming of politicians, Cheryl Cole, SUBO, over-sexed footballers, The Royals, GAYS, Lesbians and any other deviants including George Bush, Tony Blair and Obama should not be allowed to spread their immoral satire over the net, it's worse than a hard nights wanking session looking at naughty nurses porno sites!

When asked why they thought the Spoof should have no access to the net many people gave the following answer:

"The Spoof is rude, cynical, and even tells the TRUTH sometimes, this is not allowed in today's modern societies, it's bad enough knowing God didn't create the earth in 7 days and that Allah has no 72 Virgins waiting for his suicide-bombing martyr's, but to be told by the Spoof that Lady GA GA is a man, well that's really going too far!

A spokesman for the Spoof, Jaggedone, gave the following statement: "Fuck Off!"


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