There are Several Businesses like Show Business

Written by LisaPisa

Tuesday, 19 January 2010


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A man involved in showbusiness - or just having a shite?

The old saying "There's no business like show business" has been shown to be a fucking fallacy. In fact several businesses are very similar to show business.

Politics is a bit like Show business. Both involve wankers wanking on about wank. Both require lots of bad acting and talking shite on cue.

Zoo Keeping is like Show Business.

We spoke to one zookeeper who likes bestiality - bestiality being a staple in the hi-octane show business world.

Zoo keeping involves putting things behind bars, taking pictures of them and then laughing at their miserable, hateful faces: show business is legendary for having it's attractions often kept behind bars - just ask OJ Simpson, Boy George and Phil Spector and some other filthy bastards.

In Zoo Keeping sometimes the animals escape. In Show business this happens too (see examples of Michael Jackson, Roman Polanski, et al)

Show Business is also a bit like the business of taking a nice, hard shite.

While Show Business people generally create shit from all sorts of material, so too must you have to push through all the pain in order to produce something that contains a whole host of elements into a shapely form.

Like a nice hard shite.

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