Michael Jackson's "Bubbles The Chimp" Learns Sign Language, Spills his Guts

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Tuesday, 29 December 2009

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"Bubbles', constant companion of the late Michael Jackson and often traveling with him on his tours, has mastered sign language and he is telling some strange stories, especially after being brought back to Neverland.

"Room after room, Bubbles would step into, point and begin rubbing his privates", stated officer Ken Handover, who was accompanied on the trip by two fellow officers and two trainers from the Wauchula, Florida animal shelter where Bubbles has lived over the past six years.

According to Officer Handover, Bubbles would point out a room and then spell out "Doctor", then "Doll Mating", "Blow-Up Big Roy" and "I Spy Old One-Eye" all identified as rooms the kids could play games with Michael and Bubbles, who continued to rub his privates after pointing out each room.

"It was sad", stated the officer as one twenty-five year old male who had been to Neverland agreed to come by. "He and Bubbles hugged for a long time."

Bubbles then asked to leave while shaking his head.

"He tried to commit suicide in 2003. That's when we got him", stated Nancy Whittington for the Wauchula shelter.

According to the 25-year-old, he is pretty well over his "visits' to Neverland, although he still has his wife to moon walk in her night gown before making love.

In response, an attorney from the Jacksons stated that this proved nothing. "Go ahead and put the masterbating chimp on the witness stand", he laughed.

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

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