Sexy Selena Gomez Flirting Up A Storm

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 8 March 2013

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Last year Selena was given a cat by Justin which she named Justy but has now renamed Player.

ENCINO, California - Selena Gomez is certainly not wasting any time pouting over her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.

The 20-year-old singer was seen at an Encino mall and she was openly flirting with several store employees.

Gomez commented that one young man (Balthazar Saxmeister) who was working at the Wide Wide World of Sports Bookstore looked like he could be Zac Efron's double.

He asked her for her phone number and she reportedly gave it to him.

A short time later she mentioned that an employee working at an El Taco Terrifico bore a striking resemblance to a very, very young George Clooney.

The employee identified as Clayton "Muscles" Bergenfault, 21, paid for her Number Three Order of Beef Tacos Ala Florentine and Diet Dr. Pepper.

A reporter for the supermarket tabloid Just Saying asked Selena what she thought about Bieber's brand new girlfriend, Ella-Paige Roberts Clarke, a singer from Britain.

Gomez rolled her eyes and said that her ex had better be careful since his new English girlfriend is only 17, and legally he could end up stepping in some big time, underage, number two.

She then said that she wishes Bieber and his underage girlfriend all the luck that a guy who drives unsafely at over 100 miles per hour, shows up two hours late for a concert, and attacks lots of his fans on Twitter deserves.

In Other News. Kim "Baby Bump" Kardashian said that the other night she woke up at 3 in the morning and for some weird reason was craving Girl Scout Cookies.

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

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