Written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 3 January 2010

image for Cheryl Cole Finds An Image of Simon Cowell On Her English Muffin
A photo of Cheryl that recently appeared in the U.K. publication, Brit Hips, Lips, Tits, & Clits.

LONDON - Over the years people have claimed to have seen all kinds of images of famous people on various food items.

There have been reports of individuals finding images of the Virgin Mary on Hostess Twinkies, Joan of Arc on a corn flake, and Britney Spears on a leaf of lettuce.

But among the literally thousands of image claims there has never been a claim of someone finding an image of a famous person by a famous person on a food item until now.

X-Factor judge and singer Cheryl Cole called up a reporter for The London Hand-Held Daily Mirror and informed him that she has found an image of Simon Cowell on her English muffin.

Cole was asked if she was talking about the English muffin that's a food item, or if she was referring to the English muffin as in the phrase, "not only does Cheryl Cole have beautiful looking English legs, and a sexy looking British ass, but her English muffin is extremely delightful looking as well."

Cheryl blushed and started coughing. She held up one figure signifying that she meant the first option being the food item.

The newspaper reporter asked Ms. Cole to take a photograph of her English muffin with her cell phone and email it to him.

Cheryl paused for a few moments and then asked him if he meant the food item or her...

In other news. President Barack Obama has informed the news media that due to it being winter time, he will be postponing all scheduled beer summits until sometime in April.

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

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Topics: Cheryl Cole

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