Michael Jackson is "better off" dead than alive!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

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He might have been "turned to stone" from above, but down below "he's having a mercurial hot time!"

Since his death Wacko Jacko's estate has been churning in the millions and it has now estimated that its topped the $1 billion mark.

Now if Jacko had still been alive his estate would be worth much less, because Whacko loved blowing his millions and many of his fans and family actually admit, "he's better off dead!"

Jackson is not the only pop/rock icon who is "better off dead" Elvis, Kurt Cobain, Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Marley, 2Pac, etc, are sitting in heaven wondering what the f**k did they do wrong while they were alive, well Jaggedone will tell you:

Up in heaven there is no sex, drugs or rock and roll only heavenly choirs and virginal virgins.

There are no fancy mansions, cars, jewellery, classy hotels and expensive ex-wives, just God, Jesus, Ghandi, etc, dressed in their white robes and practising piousness.

The secret to life on earth for rock/pop stars before they die young is; too live in the f****g fast lane, shag and consume everything that moves and die happily a lá Freddy Mercury, he's downstairs with a hot, Mercurial Devil, bending over backwards, partying non-stop and not worrying about a penny!

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