Paris Hilton Makes a Dress Like Lily, in the Dark

Funny story written by politicalpop

Thursday, 1 February 2007

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Paris Hilton wears the dress that won't make her more famous

Plastic-headed wanabee, Paris Hilton, has decided to copy the success of the UK's Lily Allen, by making her own dresses, and writing songs, just like Lily. But she must have made this dress in the dark, and the lyrics of her latest effort, 'I went down to Walmart, and bought a kiwi / I put it in the trolley and went for a wee-wee.' are nowhere near as brilliant the incredibly brilliant Lily Allen, who rivals Chas and Dave in brilliance.

Genius songstress, Lily Allen, whose father is Woody Allen, is loved in the UK as much as Only Fools and Horses, the long-running show about fools and horses. Lovely Lily makes her own dresses, and writes amazing down-to-earth lyrics that rhyme: 'I went down to Tescos, and bought a kiwi, I put it in the trolley and went for a wee-wee.'

Ms Allen (15), who is really a bit posh, said, 'I'm flattered that Paris has decided to copy me and move up into a higher-brow of musical echelon, and I would dearly love to duet wiv her on that high brow musical show, Jools Holland, as she's obviously a genius like wot I am.'

No one in the US has heard of little Lily Allen because she hasn't done anything. Whereas Paris, who is recovering from injection-moulding cosmetic surgery, has. Last night, Ms Hilton claimed never to have heard of Lily Allen, said she'd never made a dress, and never wants to record ever again, something The Spoof sees as uniting many people.

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

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