Susan Boyle - Barking News

Funny story written by nellabella

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

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Vancouver CA - Susan Boyle - the singing sensation from Britain's Got Talent - was walking along a sidewalk in Mexico when all of a sudden she spotted dog poop in front of her. She stopped - looked at it - gazed at it - tried to step over it - missed and stepped on it.

Six months ago Susan was just an ordinary citizen living in Blackburn Scotland - singing karaoke in pubs before Britain's Got Talent. Today she is famous all over and the world wants to know Susan Boyle stepped in dog feces.

Nell McDonald - from Scottish Central - wrote this about Miss Boyle. 'No one looks at dog crap like Susan Boyle. She's so cute the way she looks at it. Most people would have walked around it and ignored it but not our Susan. She's so beautiful and innocent. Here's a lady who will never lose her perspective. No matter how big a star she becomes - no matter how much money comes her way - she's got her feet firmly on the ground at all times.'

She had her feet firmly on the ground alright. Right on a big pile of canine dung. Nell has earned herself a big pile of Susan fans which she rarely steps on - much unlike the British tabloids. 'I need this job' - said Nell. 'Sucking up to Susan's fans is a guarantee I have this job for another day.'

'Susan can't be ignored any longer. We need to respect her talent and take her seriously. Susan's fans and I have always taken Susan seriously. It's the rest of the world that needs to wake up - smell the dog shite - and know who exactly Susan Boyle is.

Whatever.

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

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