NAPLES, ITALY - - Today the moon hit a man's eye like a big pizza pie. Scientists believe, "That's amore."
The victim, Giuseppe Baghadonuts, told emergency medical workers who arrived on the scene that the world had begun to shine like he'd had too much wine.
"Giuseppe will probably hear bells now," said Dr. Vinnie Boombatz, "and they will ring: ting-a-ling-a-ling. With an injury of this kind, he might become disoriented and start singing something like 'Vita bella'."
Meanwhile, Baghadonuts underwent a severe cardiac episode as his heart went tippy-tippy-tay, tippy-tippy-tay. Dr. Boombatz, monitoring the patient, commented that it was "like a gay tarantella."
Later that evening, the stars made Baghadonuts drool just like a pasta fazool. Dr. Boombatz, who has studied this condition extensiely, nodded and said, "That's amore. Especially when you dance down the street with a cloud at your feet."
Baghadonuts' condition was listed as "Rat Packy" at Holy Christ Almight Hospital. Consulting physician Luigi Spazioli told reporters, "Scuzza me, but you see, back in old Napoli that's amore."