Taylor Swift Says She is Sick and Tired of The Kelli Pickler Rumors

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

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Taylor Swift wearing a plaid skirt she says Kelli Pickler gave her as a Valentine's Day present.

LAFAYETTE, Louisiana - Nineteen-year-old Taylor Swift had just finished performing her concert show at The Bayou Mosquito Auditorium when she was once again asked about her relationship with Kelli Picker.

Swift, took a deep breath and said that she has had it with the incessant rumors about her and the 23-year-old Pickler sharing the same shoes, lipsticks, and pillow.

The skinny little thang also added that although she does find Kelli to be very sexy, very alluring, and somewhat pretty, she has no interest in playing 'you touch mine and I'll touch yours' with the down home country singer from North Carolina.

Pickler was asked how she feels about the romantic nuance rumors regarding her and Taylor. Kelli grinned, shook her head, and asked, "Now what da hell duzz ya mean by doze two words new ants?"

Kelli was told what nuance means and she laughed and said that her attraction towards little Taylor is strictly of the 'new car' variety. She went on to say that she ain't no Lindsay "Lick It" Lohan. And she certainly ain't no Rosie "Yummy Yum Yum" O'Donnell, and she definitely ain't no Ellen "Let's Just Call It A Pecker" DeGeneres.

In other news. Cleveland Cavaliers super star LeBron James, who will become a free agent at the end of the season, says that the Cleveland owners have now, on top of the half a billion dollar monetary contract, offered to throw in Lake Erie as well.

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

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