Paris Hilton to change name to Ipswich Holiday Inn after argument with father

Funny story written by Bluebella

Wednesday, 6 May 2009

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Ipswich may not have an Eiffel Tower but it sure does have a Holiday Inn

Beverley Hills 90210 - Billionaire heiress and socialite Paris Hilton is to change her name, first and last, after having a very grave argument with her father, Bill Hilton.

Hilton is to change her last name to Holiday Inn, after the world-wide three-star motel chain. She also said she had always preferred the English and Australian city of Ipswich to the French city Paris and thus her new name will become Ipswich Holiday-Inn, which means her rapping name will become Ippy Ho.

It is believed that the argument erupted over Paris's insistence to re-film her hit porno One Night in Paris. Bill felt the film was already a classic masterpiece, and any attempts to improve that could result in a failure. He told his daughter that a failure would be a disgrace to the Hilton name and he could not allow that.

That was when Paris burst out that she was changing "the precious Hilton name" and gaining her own identity. She stormed out of their private country, grabbing her porno on the way out.

Paris is now said to be writing a script for a sequel to her first porno called A Three Star Performance in Ipswich Holiday Inn.

Paris is currently looking for an actor for the lead in her new film, and one who is willing to be discreet and be engaged to the heiress for at least three months after filming ends.

The official name change will come into play on 1st June. Filming will start soon after.

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

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