Runaway Weinermobile Crashes Into Trailer Park, Former President Slightly Injured

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Sunday, 19 July 2009

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Sunday morning this sleepy little trailer park, Redneck Rollies Rollerbiles, in Redneck Valley, Tennessee was rudely awakened when the world famous Weinermobile lost control for the second time in three days and crashed into two trailers or mobile homes and sending fourteen others down the hill into the creek mud.

Friday, the southern Wisconsin town of Mount Pleasant, had an unexpected visit from the Weinermobile, after it crashed into a house.

Although no one was badly injured by the collision at either place, winding up with your home in the creek mud and being tossed around inside your home shook up a lot of people.

The most shaken was former President Bill Clinton who said he was visiting the Park incognito as part of the government's new program discussing the possible bailout of mobile home owners who were behind in their payments.

"You're WHO?" asked a woman in panties and a bra.

"Nobody, go see if there's anybody hurt down there in the creek mud!"

"That's the biggest weiner I've ever seen in my life."

"Thank you, Sally Jean, but you need to get down there and see those people falling down in the creek mud."

"I wasn't talking about you, Billy Bob Clinton! I was talking about that big weiner that knocked the trailer park up and down into that creek mud."

"Billy Bob Clinton?"

"Well, nice to see the press out this early. I gotta go. Here comes my limosine now. See you back in Washington making my reports...of course, those must be in privacy."


"Oh well, she's in a mud fight. Maybe I better stay and...naw, I better leave."

"Billy Bob Clinton?"

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