Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart Complain To Spoof Admin

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Friday, 22 January 2010

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Wot No Rob And Kristen Stories! Shame On You!

The rumour mills here at Skoob Towers cranked into overdrive today following intimations that Twilight stars Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were considering legal action against the Administrator of your favourite Spoofy news website, based on the premise that not enough stories are being published about them.

Information was dispensed along Spoof grapevines which suggested that the cast and crew of the Twilight series invariably logged on to before any other website, because they loved to read the salacious and utterly untrue tittle-tattle about themselves, in what has been described in some circles as 'ego feeding'

Indeed, at one point, Twilight related news items commanded some 86% of the website's traffic, leading independent observers and satire purists to believe - in disgust - that it had become another Twilight fan site.

It is thought that the Twilight staffers, including Pattinson, Stewart and that other bloke, measure their popularity against the number of Spoof stories published.

A spokesperson for Pattinson and Stewart told us:

"The guys think they're being neglected by the Spoofers out there. They want to see more Pattinson/Stewart/Twilight stories getting up there. Just to demonstrate that the world isn't growing weary of them."

The Spoof's top administrator was unavailable for comment as he was trying to sort out a problem with his Google sack. Cache. Whatever.

More as we get it.

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

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