Private Investigators Discover That Humor Writer LisaPisa Is Really Country Singer Taylor Swift

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Tuesday, 9 February 2010


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A team of private investigators hired by Spoof Editor Mark Lowton to uncover the real identities of his writers have uncovered their first discovery. P.I. Mark Sanchez has revealed that Spoof Writer LisaPisa is in reality country music singer and Grammy winning artist Taylor Swift.

Sanchez said "We used detective work and logic to narrow it down. LisaPisa uses a picture of Wonder Woman in her forum profile, and Taylor Swift admitted that she dressed up for Halloween one year as Wonder Woman."

"LisaPisa admitted on a recent forum post that she was not as well endowed as you suggest. We all know that Taylor Swift is also not very well endowed."

"LisaPisa admits to being in her early twenties, as is Taylor Swift."

"LisaPisa writes stories about love and busted romances, and Taylor Swift writes songs about the same thing."

"LisaPisa has a star on her tiara in a picture, and Taylor Swift is a star."

"The evidence is all there...LisaPisa is really Taylor Swift."

When asked if they had anything else to say about their investigations, Sanchez said "looking at Taylor's royalites and bank accounts, and considering the nude photos we took of her from the bushes, we'd suggest that she use her money to get Taylor/Lisa a boob job."

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