Written by Henman

Thursday, 17 January 2008

image for If people like Britney, Ron and George used deoderant, maybe the world would be a better place - Oprah Winfrey
The can is 1000 times stronger than your average body spray. Not strong enough for Britney though

Early today on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah Winfrey bluntly ordered Mr Bush, Ron Paul and Britney Spears to take a bath, and put on some deodorant!

The queen of talkshow Oprah Winfrey has been reported to have lost her head during a triple interview the worlds most spoofed about people - Britney Spears, George Bush and the infamous Ron Paul.

Sources at the scene informed TheSpoof.com that a frenzied Oprah commanded the interview to be stopped before she descended on her smelly trio.

Have you no shame! You three are grown adults and you don't even have enough common sense to take a bath before coming to my show. Is common sense no longer common! At this point, Ron Paul broke down in tears, and Britney was tugging at her groin area. You know what? I'll give you each 500 cans of the strongest deodorant money can buy! If every Dick Cranium out there used deodorant, the world would be a much better place.

TheSpoof.com journalists also reported that Oprah fainted after Ms Spears lifted up her arms to pick the head lice out her hair. Britney and her crew where then doused with a highly concentrated dose of body spray to prevent the audience from chocking to death on the thick smell. The talkshow host was rushed to the hospital by paramedics and may need a nose and lung transplant.

Anti-Body Odour groups such as P.U.D (Please Use Deodorant) and T.A.B (Take A Bath) have already been formed as a reaction to this.

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

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