U2's Bono Packs His Bags And Looks For Place Where Streets Have His Name

Funny story written by Duff

Friday, 8 December 2006

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Bono demonstrates how to throw an imaginary beach ball

Bono, the litigious front man of Irish rockers U2, is reported to be on the lookout for a new pad in London's trendy Belgravia.

He told our showbiz hack Oscar Bafta:

"Yeah dat's righ' I'm on the hunt for a place. I think that's it's time now that I struck out on my own and stopped living with the lads in our big Dublin house.

"I've recently been going to night school to learn domestic chores, ironing and washing and so on 'cos The Edge handled that side but I think now I'm ready" said the less than convincing front-man.

Bono is just one of quite a few of the world's top rock stars who have recently decided to paddle their own canoe.

Drug-addled Rolling Stones guitarist, Keith Richards, brother of goody two shoes Cliff, is still said to be trying to come to terms with Mick Jagger moving out of the Stones communal country pile just three weeks ago.

Showbiz psychologist Brent Shyster told The Spoof:

"Musicians not wanting to move out from the homes they shared with their band mates are common. Just look at the elaborate pretence the Beatles went to with those four terraced houses all knocked into one big gaff.

Also it's a little known fact that Beethoven, Mozart and Benjamin Britten were shacked up together all their lives"

The Spoof's not sure lads but if we were you we wouldn't advertise Bono's room just yet. Give it a week or so to see what happens.

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

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