Rob Pattinson, Selena Gomez, and Gary Busey To Star In a Vampire Comedy "The Vuvuzela Family Goes To SeaWorld"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

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Jack and Jill, two of the performing killer whales at SeaWorld in San Antonio.

BURBANK - Twilight Saga series star Rob Pattinson and Selena Gomez have just signed to appear in Luigi Luigiani's classic Vampire comedy, The Vuvuzela Family Goes To SeaWorld.

The film is being produced by Lions Door Films in association with Cloud 13 Productions and co-stars Gary Busey of Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice fame.

Luigiani said that the motion picture is based on the Fredericka Dippendinger book Dammit!, That Vuvuzela Family Is One Mixed Up Dysfunctional Bunch of Weirdos.

In the film Pattinson and Gomez, who are both full-fledged vampires, star as Fitch and Tweety Vuvuzela a newlywed couple who live in Dodge City, Kansas with Tweety's 70-year-old grandfather Jasper Newnickel played by Gary Busey.

Busey's character, who is also a vampire, is called Colonel Space Cadet which is a play on his real nickname Space Cadet, which also happens to be Charlie Sheen's nickname as well.

The Vuvuzela's take a vacation to visit SeaWorld in San Antonio. While in the Land of The Spurs, they get involved with a trio of counterfeit maracas dealers from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

The three bad hombres believe that Busey is the man who cheated them out of $67,000 in a maracas deal gone bad last Valentine's Day.

The Vuvuzela's manage to escape and head back to Kansas with the counterfeit maracas dealers in hot pursuit.

Along the way they all end up getting involved with members of the KKK, a half dozen illegal aliens, three disgruntled members of The Tea Bag Party, two professional wrestlers, and a sexy-as-hell pole dancer from Galveston.

In Other News. Vice-President Joe Biden has addressed the rumors about him having a crush on Beyonce as being totally false and most probably stemming from the mean, vile, vicious, venom-spewing mouth of Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter.

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

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