Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Saturday, 25 June 2011

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Two African Ladies Run Away From The Hungry Mrs. Obama

Fatmama, Botswana-- Michelle Obama has finally left Africa, leaving a dreadful famine in her wake. The First Moose with the big caboose spent her African vacation eating--and eating--and eating. Millions of Africans are expected to starve to death in the next few weeks, thanks to the hungry hippo, and her awful entourage.

Mrs. Obama first arrived at the airport in South Africa, already hungry after her long flight from Washington.

"Where's the grub?" she asked the South African Minister of Prisons.

The luckless minister 'won' the opportunity to greet Mrs. Obama at the airport. All the other ministers were afraid that the First Lady would eat them.

Mrs. Obama then went on a walking tour, and proceeded to eat almost anything organic she could wrap her mammoth jaws around. Her fat mother, daughters, two nephews, and dozens of attendants also joined in the grub-fest. Over 1,000 metric tons of food disappeared in seconds.

After eating most of South Africa, the tacky pachyderm boarded a flight to Botswana.

"Where's all the grub?" she inquired after the plane landed.

There wasn't much food in Botswana, and absolutely no lobster, so the hungry heifer took off in her plane to Tanzania, after eating the Botswana president.

"Where's the grub??" asked the fat First Lady, as soon as the plane landed in the capital of Tanzania. The bovine butterball was starving for meat, and she asked where all the lions were.

"I love raw meat!" crowed the salivating swing-belly. She ate 1,500 lions and there cubs, pushing the species into extinction.

After her rampage through Africa, Mrs. Obama was hungry, and she boarded a plane back for Washington with her awful family.

"Where's the grub?? she asked as soon as the plane landed.

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