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Saturday, 29 January 2011

BIRMINGHAM, ENG. - A story written by Spoofer Inhopeless uses self-referential humour in order to gain thumbs-up for the story.

He has aptly called it This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article.

The article follows the idea of the writer pushing the idea further and further to reach the 100 word requirement in order to get it published by the admins of the site. The admins will invariably see This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article, and then promtly publish it.

"Yeah," said Inhopeless, "I'm hoping that This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article will garner me a couple of 5-thumbs. Maybe some 4s."

This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article, is based upon a short story called This is the Title of the Story Which Is In the Story Itself, which was found to be slightly humourous. The title is the source of inspiration for This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article title.

The article also makes reference points to a work that was not fabricated within Inhopeless's head. At this point of writing the word count was over 194, not including this sentence.

This sentence is an apology for directly refering to the reader earlier.

And this sentence is an apology for the above sentence.

This sentence is an apology for dragging this out too far, however the writer has more ideas.

The article includes some 'talking to the reader', where the article directly refers to the reader, like you.

"I'll definetly include some quotes in there," he said. "That's for sure. I don't know what to qoute from soo..."

The article ends here.

As of press time, the article was finishing off with a set of lies, after being 'tagged' and 'published' by the writer.

This Is The Headline of the Article, Which Appears in the Article.

Make Inhopeless's day - give this story five thumbs-up (there's no need to register, the thumbs are just down there!)

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

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