Taylor Lautner and Taylor Swift To Star In The Movie "Pants On The Ground"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 23 January 2010

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The commemorative Taylor Swift Flattop Guitar which retails for $879 at Wal-Mart.

HOLLYWOOD - Taylor Lautner has just announced that he and his ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift have both signed to star in the new Pollenzo Pamparatti film, Pants On The Ground.

The Sand Castle Motion Picture Company film is loosely based on the life of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.

Lautner will star as Tony Romo and Swift will play the dual roles of Jessica Simpson and Carrie Underwood.

Famed Tinsel Town makeup artist Glorianna Confetteria will be asked to perform one of her hardest makeup transformations ever as she will take the 19-year-old Taylor and transform her into the bosomy Jessica Simpson and then into the not-so bosomy Carrie Underwood.

Swift was asked how it felt playing these two famous American icons. She smiled so innocently, took a sip from her Sprite Zero and asked "Ah, what's an icon?"

And that is exactly why so many people like Taylor Swift, because basically she is just a sweet, naive, little 19-year-old.

Taylor is not a know-it-all like Faith Hill, or an 'I'm a living legend' like Madonna, nor a 'hey look at me, I think that I'm fixin' to get me my third boob job' like Amy Winehouse.

In news out of Mongolia. The temperatures in the Gobi Desert have lately been hitting the 118 mark. A shepherd said that is has been so hot that he has seen literally hundreds of camels licking the heck out of their humps in an effort to stay cool.

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

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