A local man has reacted to the reactions stimulated by a Spoof story he may or may not have written about the recent proliferation of stories being published in The Spoof that are about a Man doing things.
The man, 47, who lives in the middle of n...
A prominent member and spokesperson of the Trans-national Storytelling League has spoken out against all future planned governmental actions saying, 'I'm warning you, it will be the end of storytelling which is equivalent to saying, it will be the end of humankind.'
Sufficiently aroused by his outburst, we sent in Simon Lingtorpe to interview Mr.Muse at his London home.
S.L: Mr.Muse, which g...
With apologies to Shel Silverstein
Once there was a tree . . .
named Charles and David.
And every day
and they would gather her leaves
and make them
and play king of the world.
They would climb up her trunk
and swing from her branches
and eat apples.
The Chautauqua Alliance has bestowed special recognition on President Obama for continuing to spin preposterous stories that have no basis in reality.
By granting Obama the coveted Artemis Diztruther medal, the Alliance recognized the President'...
It's a battle between grandma-like storytellers and masseuses with soft, alluring voices and warm hands, and in the smack in the middle is federal judge Henroid P. Geezle. He is tasked with deciding whether the storytellers or the masseuses have the...
Once upon a time, there was a rich kingdom, whose wealth and power was widely admired and coveted. The king lived in a golden palace, ate meals from golden plates, and enjoyed golden showers daily. But enough of the cheap jokes.
The king sent out heralds and emissaries to all known lands, proclaiming the greatness of his kingdom and offering friendship to whoever would welcome them. Most neighb...
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