Taylor Swift Shocked At The Zac Efron Marriage Rumors

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 28 June 2012

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A closeup of Taylor Swift's hair. (Photo taken by Zac Efron).

LOS ANGELES - Taylor Swift was sitting in her luxurious suite at The Mrs. Teddy Roosevelt Hotel in West Hollywood when she heard a comment on one of the local radio stations.

The disc jockey had said that country music artist Taylor Swift and movie star Zac Efron were on the verge of getting married.

Taylor dropped the cup of raisin juice she was drinking and let out a rather loud "What!?"

Immediately her phone rang and it was the hotel desk clerk saying that someone had called and reported a possible altercation in Room 1301.

Taylor informed him that it was just her and that she had yelled out because she had accidentally bit her tongue while she was drinking a cup of raisin juice and talking on the phone to her best friend Kellie Pickler.

T-Swizzle, as Pickler calls her, hung up and called up her publicist and asked him what in the wide, wide world of wackiness was going on.

The publicist told her that Rumsfeld Muddlefish, a reporter with the supermarket tabloid Just Saying, had written an article stating that an inside, unnamed, reliable source had made him aware of the fact that Taylor Swift and Zac Efron were on the verge of getting married.

The article went on to say that the couple was going to be wed on Clint Eastwood's A Fistful of Dollars Ranch up in Carmel, California and that the bride and groom would exchange their wedding vows while sitting on Lipizzaner stallions.

The article went on to say that after the wedding the couple will be honeymooning in San Antonio where they will visit The Alamo, The Riverwalk, and have a Texas-Style Barbecue with country music legend George Strait and his wife Norma on their Singing Buckaroo Ranch.

Muddlefish ended his article by writing that Swift and Efron would be living on a 700 acre working cattle ranch located outside of Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico.

In Non-Related News. The South Dakota Senate has just voted to replace the state bird which is the Chinese Ring-Necked Pheasant with the Ostrich.

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

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