Hasselhoff bags world record

Funny story written by Dalekbuster523

Sunday, 5 June 2011

America's David Hasselhoff has reportedly won a world record for the person to say the most American phrases in a TV series. The world record came as a shock for Hasselhoff when he found the world record people looking for him straight after Saturday's Britain's Got Talent finale.
When they broke the news to him, he reportedly responded with "Good job! That is awesome, man!"

When our roving reporter caught up with him, he said "You know what, man?I think Kitt will love this. Wait till I tell him this awesome news. Good job!" then talked into he's watch. We think he's gone mad.

According to fellow judge, Simon Cowell, David Hasselhoff is desperate to change he's name legally to Michael Knight. A argument between Simon Cowell and Michael Mcintyre immediately started soon after.

"Where is my lasagne?" Michael asked the music mogul offensively.

Of course, we were in no hurry to leave. Michael Mcintyre is a genius.

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

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