George and Laura Bush to Star in Real Housewives of Texas

Funny story written by Charpa93

Monday, 22 November 2010

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"Yeah, ladies, I'm gonna be a movie star."

DALLAS, Texas - Word has leaked out that a Texas version of the Bravo reality series Real Housewives is well, a reality. However, it has not been formally announced yet due to the fact that scouts for couples for the show want real people and not actors. They believe if word got out, Texas ranchers' wives would act more like Eva Gabors instead of ordinary rich ranchers' wives (referring to the character Eva Gabor played in the television series Green Acres).

However, one rumor that has been confirmed is that George and Laura Bush have agreed to be a part of the reality series. George is said to be particularly excited about appearing on the show. "Hell, finally a television appearance where I can be myself and not some puppet, doing and saying what I'm told to make them happy, heh, heh, heh."

Producers of the show got the idea of having the Bush family play a part in the show from the Real Housewives of D.C. They decided that if they could get some rich Washington, D.C. families to star with Tareq and Michaele Salahi, one of the most despised couples in town, why not do the same in Dallas?

They did make the distinction that the Bush family isn't despised, they are just filthy rich.

No word yet on when filming will begin on the new series. Word has it though that Jeb Bush is expecting his turn at the reality wheel of fortune when the Bravo series most likely decides to create the Real Housewives of Miami. Oh, you thought we meant a turn at the Presidency, huh?

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

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