Lady Gaga buys Neverland including Bubbles and Jacko's ghost!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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Wacko Jacko has put on some weight ever since he's haunted Neverland!

After visiting Michael Jackson's Neverland, Lady Gaga bought the place lock, stock and barrel including the fun fair. One of the reasons why she bought the place was that she fell in love with Bubbles as a child and wanted him to return home. And although he now lives in a luxury ape-nsioners home in California called "The Orang Utan Hangout for OAPrimate's", he agreed.

Bubbles was told about Lady Gaga's demands and agreed to swing back home in her pink chauffered Rolls royce, but only on one condition, she doesn't sing any of her horrendous songs whilst at home because he only loves Michael singing him to sleep; she agreed!

Another reason for buying Neverland is because Michael and Liz Taylor still haunt the place and in the evening, if one listens hard enough, you can here them both singing amongst others, a duet of Michael's greatest hit, Thriller, along with little childrens voices and Vincent Price, who also haunts the place and sleeps in a coffin in the cellar.

Lady Gaga, being a bit freaky, told the paparazzi outside, "I just can't wait to sing along with Michael and Liz after a hard day at the office getting undressed and dressed a thousand times and Michael, through a medium, has wrote a song especially for me called; Mad!"

Lady was last seen in the back of a huge white van singing her latest hit that Jacko penned for her "I'm mad so mad" whilst heading towards Shutter Island; yet another one of her private homes!

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

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