Attempting to make literary history, Spoof Editor Mark Lowton has submitted his penis to the Book of Records after the site's writing manifesto was tattooed lovingly on its Tip by 'Bombshell McGee', who later said, "Bigger, really is Better!"
After becoming fascinated with the plethora of stories dealing with the now infamous tattooed lady, Michelle '"bombshell' McGee", it is said Lowton reacted favorably to an offer to be tattooed, "or something" by the painted lady who broke up' the marriage made in the garage' of Jesse James and Sandra Bullock.
After an on line contest to see what his writers wanted most to see on his up to now virginal white body, he's a Brit in case you didn't know, the final poling was done and Mark went 'under the needle.'
During the 12 hour artist's sitting, McGee, using a steady hand, was able to transcribe the entire Bible of the Spoof.Com known as "Jmans Writing Guide for Spoofers" on to the head of his penis.
The treatise, although recently taken off the Spoof Forum due to infringements on "Human Rights" pointed out by the Council of Ministers for the EU, served for several years as an excellent guide for writers wanting to find their way into the Spoof World.
Comprising several hundred pages, and in it's 6th printing, there were by last count 85,000 words and just under 510,000 characters or close to 2,550 Snippets, if you care about counting characters, in Jman's Bible, or on Mark's Penis, for that matter.
After the grueling session, McGee was asked how it went. "Pretty well, considering, a lot more canvas to work on would have been better, though!"
According to the a spokesman for the Library of Congress, they are mulling over the decision whether to accept a microfilmed copy of Lowton's Penis until certain grammatical, spelling, punctuation and syntax is changed.
Apparently McGee, who it turns out is of Scottish heritage, had difficulty transcribing the English version, and lapsed into her cottage vernacular when she inked Mark up . Lowton now claims he will make corrections during the second printing to be published on his arse.
Despite the confusion, tracking of The Spoof shows an upsurge in contributions from multiple new writers and a 10% up tick in readership, apparently proving once again, there's ALIEN life living, writing, and reading somewhere in space.