Chad Ochocinco Gives His Dancing With The Stars Partner Cheryl Burke One Hell of A Diamond Ring

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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An autographed football that Ochocinco gave to Cheryl Burke. Attached to it was a diamond ring.

HOLLYWOOD - Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has given his dance partner Cheryl Burke, an ex-wide receiver, a huge diamond ring.

Ochocinco, which translates into "85" said that he wanted to do something special for the fine assed (his words) Cheryl Burke, who has turned him into a first rate chocolate dancing machine by curing him of his 'false starts.'

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Rev. Al Sharpton or Rev. Jesse Jackson, if you are reading this, the word 'chocolate' was the word Chad (himself) chose to use to describe the kind of dancing machine he is.]

When Chad was asked what he likes best about appearing on DWTS he smiled the smile that the Cincinnati cat that ate the Cleveland canary smiled, made an air figure 8, and spelled out C-h-e-r-y-l.

He then went on to say that he cannot believe how Super Bowl sexy Cheryl is. He said that even when she is sweating like Queen Latifah at one of her concerts Cheryl still manages to look like a million dollars.

Cheryl was asked what she thinks about Chad overall. She replied that she thinks about Chad over all the other guys she has ever known in the carnal sense as well as in the cha cha cha sense.

SIDENOTE: The rumor going around the DWTS set that Chad got a tattoo with the name 'Cheryl' on his (blank) is in fact true and has been verified by Pamela Anderson.

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

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