Wal-Mart Has Sold Out of The Vuvuzela Vampire Action Figure Dolls

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 25 June 2010

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The Vuvuzela Vampire Action Figure Doll was modeled after Goth model Arlene Innerfelt of Dublin, Ireland.

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - A spokesperson for the largest retail chain in the world has just stated that every single franchise chain store has completely sold out of The Vuvuzela Vampire Action Figure Dolls.

The giant retailer has said that they have not seen a run on a toy like this since the pet rock craze of 1975.

Grandmothers, mothers, and legal guardians were seen pushing, shoving, and kicking each other in order to get their hands on one of the 12-inch tall Vuvuzela Vampire Action Figure Dolls.

The dolls come complete with a vial of blood which is really Heinz Ketchup. The instructions warn that the Vuvuzela Vampire Doll is not to be used as a type of playground weapon as was the case in Coventry, England.

School officials at Coventry's Lady Godiva Academy For Girls have issued a statement that the 13 guilty parties, ages six to nine, have all been taken into custody and have been remanded to jail, and are awaiting trial.

It was reported in The Manchester Morning Manc Newspaper that Sir Elton John has offered to hire attorneys for each one of the 13 school girls.

In a related story. The United States Hurricane Tracking Agency has stated that due to the tremendous popularity of the name Vuvuzela, they have decided that the "V" hurricane name for the 2010 hurricane season will be changed from Valerie to Vuvuzela.

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

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