Victoria Beckham Has The Biggest Bunions In All Of The United Kingdom

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 27 November 2009

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Victoria Beckham's husband David making a fist and showing how big his wife's bunions are.

MANCHESTER - Victoria Beckham in town visiting her aunt Olivia and uncle Talcott was photographed wearing sandals and the photos revealed that she has two humongous bunions.

Victoria was asked by Brinley Burntwick, a reporter for The Manchester Morning Manc if her bunions hurt and she replied "'ell yes dey 'urt, can't ja see da big effen bastards they look like a pair of blimey figs."

When she was asked if she planned on having surgery she became indignant and asked the reporter why the hell he wanted to know.

Burntwick said that his readers and her fans wanted to know. Beckham made a face, shot him the finger, and told him to be on his bloomin' way before she took her bunioned feet and shoved them up his (blank).

He got in her face and told her that her potty mouth was just as ugly as her effen bunions.

Burntwick then informed Beckham that he planned on having the bunion photos enlarged and turned into billboards for everyone in Manchester to see.

Victoria thought for a moment and decided to apologize. Burntwick refused her apology. He then told her that he would only accept her apology and not turn her bunion photos into billboards if she would write him a check for 5,000 pounds [$8,238.18 U.S.]

Beckham took out her checkbook.

Meanwhile The United Kingdom Foot Society has just named Victoria Beckham's bunions as The Biggest Bunions in The Entire United Kingdom.

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

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