Written by Inhopeless
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Wednesday, 20 April 2011

THESPOOF.COM - According to CCTV evidence, spoofer Inhopeless has been stealing foodstuffs from his spoofer colleagues' kitchens.

Many spoofers have reported empty fridges and cupboards after Inhopeless toured the entire world trawling for food.

"I don't know how the hell he did it," said Abel, "he doesn't even know where I live. He managed to get into my house, the dead of night, and steal my bread, my cakes, and 500 millilitres of milk. At least that's what this note says."

Spoofers across the world have reported this strange activity, with notes of various sizes stuck to fridges, appended with 'Inhopeless, dude.'

Censored (not to be confused with Censored.), the mysterious spoofer, said that even he was robbed. "How the hell... hang on." He paused to attack a microbe of flu that was in the air. "how did he do that? From me?"

Censored., a spoofer who lives in Birmingham, said that she saw a kid with, 'about 500kg of grub'.

Lady Godiva, who approached this reporter, said that she knew what Inhopeless was doing, "He stole my buns. Somehow, he left all my alcohol and pork. He's making some giant spread for all of us. Probably Inhopelessmas or something."

Inhopeless was asked if this stealing spree was to compensate for a lack of any social skills, so eating would help make the pain go away. "Fuck you," he said.

When asked if arguing with himself on the internet was a healthy thing to do, he smashed the screen in.

"I'm doing this because I'm bored," he said. "Just like I did all their female relatives, same reason here."

Spoofers are considering... ah screw it.

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