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Sunday, 30 January 2011

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If "The Greatest" wrote for The Spoof, he'd kick their ass

The Spoof today has been overwhelmed with reports of stories and snippets being literally "stolen to order" by a hong-kong based website.

Sources in the recycling of news industry, where newgolden-jewelry are considered an industry leader, today revealed the depth at which the online "pretend" website will stoop to hit thier monthly viewing figures. Our newest reporter, Masheded, met with one of the mob in the pub next door to thier local internet cafe. He said:

"The guys at the office have been ripping the spoof off for years. We cant believe we only just got caught. The reason we used copied spoof stories was purley from a marketing perspective. I mean, lets be honest, anybody who comes to our web-site needs to have a sense of humour."

But spoof hacks were not placated by the admission. Skoob, a long serving and intrepid reporter for the spoof said the following:

"Mashed and i havnt known each other for very long, but were niether or either happy about it. If these guys are stealing stories to order, they could be all over the globe in 100's of different tongues within hours. I dont understand why thier doing it. ITS NOT F~~KING REAL! We are expecting a concerted effort shortley. People dont come to The Spoof because they need a sense of humour - its because they already have one."


Dickheads at that cheap site were un-available to comment, yesterday, today, or ever. Noobs

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