Miley Cyrus's Tattoos Push Limits of Kid Friendly Contract

Funny story written by P.M. Wortham

Friday, 29 October 2010

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One more sleeve tattoo

Seen with a full tattoo sleeve on her arm, in addition to existing ear and chest tattoos, the 17 year old Cyrus is starting to show the trailer trash side of her personality and also pushing the boundaries of her existing contract with two kid centric networks.

Former participant in several Kids Choice Award shows and under current contract with Disnie Studios, Miley's latest antics have some entertainment executives concerned. Melvin Maynard, VP of children's television programming at Disnie says, "Don't get me wrong, the Tattoos are really hot, and she will be 18 soon so that's a plus from a consent perspective, but right now its not the sort of image we want to foster with our young audience".

Parental feedback to the studio seems to echo Maynard's concerns. "That's all my daughter needs; A tramp stamp because Miley thinks its cool. Then when she decides to have children she can't even get a spinal epidural, and believe me honey, she's gonna want the epidural", says Norma Holcomb of Atlanta, Georgia.

Disnie plans to cover up the situation as best they can, with significant amounts of cover up. Cover Girl Makeup trucks were seen pulling into Disnie parking lots to off load flesh toned makeup products. "Miley looks a little bit like a painted ghost, and we have to change costumes frequently due to the makeup transfer, but she is free of ink", say Maynard.

No word yet on how the studio will react to the forehead tattoo picked up this morning. Achy-Breaky Daddy reportedly thinks its cool.

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

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