Written by Richard DagNabbit

Saturday, 30 January 2010

image for Snow Fleas Seen Jumping from Britney's Snatch During "Circus of Fleas" Concert Tour
Direct From Britney's Muff - These Little Guys Can Really Perform!

Initially photographed at the first of many revealing appearances on Britney's "Circus of Fleas" concert tour, the smaller than a Bumble Bee micro-performers were seen swarming and jumping from the stripper's fully exposed snatch during her frequent legovers.

"At first glance, it looked like sooty powder from a firecracker gone off, but it really stank" said one shocked fan; "I realized them critters were doing an "In 'n Out routine" stated a ringside Lindsay Lohan. "I don't know how she does it! actually training fleas to jump in and out of her muff!"

Confista Clitlick, A former personal assistant to Madonna indicated that the "stinky powdery substance" seen by front row fans was actually "Old Lice" snatch deodorant and that she picked up the lice infestation from the bum to bum lip smacks with Madonna, back when she was using a Hot Kiss insect attractant for a lip stick some time ago.

"Brit uses a "delay spray" so the little critters only come out after she works up a sweat, so as soon as they regain their wits, they fly back in" said Confista, revealing the Brits' circus animal secrets.

A British Circus Promoter named Skoob was interviewed about the lice, but stated he only knows about Britney's upcoming 2010 schedule including her "Bats In the Belfry" Tour. "But just thinking about it, maybe the bats are what keeps the little boogers from overpopulatin' said Skoob."

Reporting from the Mysteries of a Circus Act Revealed,

Dagnabbit Rabitt

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

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