Isaiah "The Old Spice Man" Mustafa Named 'The Most Obnoxious Man In The World'

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 29 March 2010

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Isaiah Mustafa shown at the age of three with his probation officer.

NEW YORK CITY - TV ClickerWorld Magazine has just announced that the actor who appears on the Old Spice Deodorant commercials has been voted as 'The Most Obnoxious Man In The World.'

The ex-barbecue diner owner, Isaiah Mustafa, received 43,668 votes out of a possible 43,679. Four other males also received votes: Gilbert Gottfried 5, Glenn Beck 3, Andy Dick 2, and Ann Coulter 1.

Ann Coulter's name was later removed from the voting results since technically Coulter is not really a man.

Gottfried argued that if Coulter is disqualified because she is not a real man, then Andy Dick should get disqualified as well.

The steering committee of ClickerWorld Magazine is meeting to decide what the final ruling on Coulter and Dick will be.

But one thing for sure is that Isaiah Mustafa with his disgustingly repulsive jungle chant of "Ladies, look up, look back, look down, look up again, what's in your hand? look back, put that gun away bitch, look down, now look at my crotch region, look up, see my horsey?" has got to be the most nauseatingly nauseous individual in the history of TV commercials.

In related news. Rumors that Mustafa has been asked to appear in next season's Dancing With The Stars are unfounded. Judge Len Goodman replied, "Are ya kiddin' me mate. eff we 'ad dat bloomin' bliterin' (blank) onner show Bruno, Carrie Ann, and I wud not be able da get a word in edgewise for sure by jove."

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