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Wednesday, 8 December 2010

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Skoob Or Frankie The J? We Don't Know Either.

Shock news just in at Spoof Central Skoob News Dept - Leading Vegas paleontologist and part time chupacabra hunter, Judy Poor, who moonlights as a pole dancer (but doesn't take her clothes off - she doesn't have to take her clothes off, to have a good time, nah nah.) has just announced that trans-Atlantic non kissin' buddies (and certainly not in a gay way) Frankie the J of West 'By God' Virginia, and Skoob, from Salford and Portsmouth via Burnley in Lancashire share a common genetic defect.

They both have big misshapen lion like heads.

And moustaches.

Professor Poor told Skoob World News:

"It was amazing when I compared the photographs - they live thousands of miles apart, but they're almost identically ugly! They've both got these huge fat grey haired heads which are all lumpy and beat up. I have my suspicions that these guys share a common birthright, probably Irish, or Italian or something. What I have been able to ascertain is that the pair of them also like to talk dirty to clean living women - the swines. The pair of them are incorrigable. They're just total and utter bastards."

Skoob Entertainment News Supremo, Buffty Ginslinger, speaking semi-coherently for a change on World News as opposed to Entertainment and Gossip told us:

"Bloody hell! It's true! I've never in my life seen such huge fat ugly heads. I can't think of an evolutionary reason for such massively deformed nappers. They certainly can't have anything to do with brains, because the pair of them are obviously as thick as fuck."

More as we get it.

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