The Donald Buys and Develops Site Near Stonehenge

Written by Gail Farrelly

Thursday, 1 February 2007

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Drawing Board for the Trump Stonehenge Luxury Apartment Complex

The world had just learned about the unearthing of an ancient village near Stonehenge when the Trump takeover news broke.

"The development possibilities are endless. I couldn't pass up this deal," Trump said. "Sure, it's 4,600 years old, but in no time at all we'll have it up to snuff." Work will start immediately; the expected date for the opening of the Trump Stonehenge Luxury Apartment Complex is January of 2008.

Trump will not confirm the rumor that he's been asked to rent out apartments for future seasons of Big Brother. But he does claim to have been contacted by a number of people who ARE interested in renting apartments. One is actress Helen Mirren, who wants a 3-bedroom. One bedroom will be reserved for acting awards related to playing Elizabeths -- I, II, and any others cropping up. All other acting awards will go in a second bedroom.

Trump could hardly control his excitement when he was interviewed by The Spoof reporter, saying, "This is the kind of thing I dreamt about when I wrote my book, 'The Art of the Deal.' But I never dreamt about a deal quite this exciting. I mean, molding the very roots of civilization. That's big, even for a Trump." He then went on to reveal that the 2008 season of The Apprentice will take place at the new Trump Stonehenge Luxury Apartment Complex and that the first challenge for the contestants will be to cook up, package, advertise, and sell a Stonehenge Stew.

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

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