Gays Pack Fudge For Charity

Funny story written by Throckmorton Turdblossom

Friday, 9 November 2007

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The Village People re-united to help pack the fudge

Hollywood gays and lesbians got together to pack fudge for charity and the homeless. This is an annual event in California and has begun spreading across the country.

Famous singer Little Richard said "Owwww! I been packin' the fudge for years and years! I just loves to put it in the box for those homeless folks! They so happy when they see me doin this just for them!"

Ellen DeGeneres, comedian and talk show host, explained the program. "Every year, the Hollywood and entertainment gay community comes together. We box up fudge and other candy for the homeless for Christmas as they can't afford to purchase it themselves."

"This year, we won't be inviting Rosie O'Donnell or Louis Anderson to participate. We had a bad experience in 2006 when they ate half the candy by themselves and then got into a fight over a box of chocolate."

Participants at the event, besides those previously named, included Jim Nabors ("Shazam! I just love packin' the fudge!"), Richard Simmons ("Work it when you pack that fudge! You don't want your ass cheeks to get flabby!"), the cast of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy ("We had to stop them from putting striped ribbons on plaid boxes"), the Village People ("We got back together just for this, because we haven't packed fudge with each other for years and just love doing it!"), and Elton John ("I hope they don't make me write a song about this").

After pairing off and packing the fudge in a large group session for an hour, the people begin to box up the candy.

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

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