New Reality Show, "Fat Prudes Eating Foods" A Hit!

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Thursday, 19 November 2009

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It seems like a new show "Fat Prudes Eating Foods" has hit a home run as it drew top ratings for it's time slot on it's first two appearances.

"We're really hot with this one", stated Producer Banana Downspout. "How can you miss with food and fat people? I simply cannot see how we all missed this for so many years."

The Producer went on to say that they have even invited Oprah as a guest host for an episode but that they haven't heard yet from Harpo Productions, but an insider let slip that the talk show great has recorded the first two episodes and watches them again and again.

"It would be great for her to allow our regular host, Kirstie Alley, to get in there with the eating group."

"We have received a confirmation from Wynonna Judd who will join us in two weeks."

Just a few minutes later, Downspout returned to say that Oprah is negotiating for sweet potato pie, "to add on the thigh", big cathead biscuits with sausage and gravy..I told her we'd have to be careful with the sausages getting mixed up, the gravy too for that matter...and six turduckens with bananas foster!

"I've OK'd everything but the bananas foster because the bananas could be trouble with the sausages already out there and you can't light a flame or the fat will hit the fire!"

Then he told us to check back and he'd have more exciting news about the show.

One quick question! "You mean they don't care if people see them fat?"

"Nope, best diet incentive they say they've ever had. Take a copy of the show home every week."

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