Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 8 March 2013

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Liam Hemsworth is presently down in Australia looking to purchase some kangaroos. (Photo courtesy of Paul Hogan).

MARINA DEL REY, California - Word out of the Left Coast is that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have decided to end their engagement.

According to Bedroom Pillow Talk the decision was made over the phone since Hemsworth has been down in his native Australia seeing about purchasing some kangaroos to bring back to the states.

A close friend of Miley's who would only give her initials (Q.F.) stated to BPT's Carolina Chipotle that Cyrus is upset that Liam seems to care more about Australian kangaroos than he does about his American teddy bear [i.e. Miley Cyrus].

Rumors out of the San Fernando Valley rumor mills state that Hemsworth saw a photo of Miley smoking a marijuana joint and he literally hit the roof.

He told one of his first cousins, Reginald "Crocodile" Brisbane, that he has put up with her lap dances, pole dances, and rain dances, but he is not going to put up with her partaking of pot, whether it be first hand, second hand, or third hand.

Meanwhile, Miley's daddy, the former country music artist Billy Ray Cyrus has said that he hopes that his daughter wakes up and smells the lemonade.

He added that Miley appears to be heading down the same path that the lost freckled faced celebutante Lindsay Lohan has followed and that path leads straight to the doorway to hell, as Charlie Sheen and Gary Busey can both attest.

Suggested Reading. Fiona Adultera's The Illustrated Book On The Hippity Hopping Kangaroos of The Land Down Under by Full Court Press.

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

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