Cracker's sue Pothead

Funny story written by Ace Ventura

Saturday, 27 January 2007

After some major cover up breaking I discovered what really happened in the World Court House last week famous spoof character Harry Pothead was being sued by a family of stoner's for selling them bad crack now normally all of them would have been arrested had it not been that Pothead was a fictional character and teh Cracker family was the Clinton's Didn't anybody wonder why Bill Clinton spoke that way? well what I can gather Pothead hired his wife and mistress Herhiney Bigger to represent him while the Clinton's hired popular tv character Alan Shore who was bound and gagged and forced to be a lawyer because teh Clinton's thought he was a real lawyer CRACKERS! the incident took place on the White House Lawn any connection beetween George W. Bush who knows? but it seems teh Clinton's asked for Cocaine instead of their big bag of Marijuana as usual Pothead was out of it but had a bag of icing sugar on him and told them it was that after Bill Clinton tried it Pothead was already flying away on his Bong arriving back at Poy-Labs to find a letter demanding he return the U.S for court this is the eighty-ninth case of Drug Abuse against Pothead the Clinton's eventually gave up due to Drug deflation and when the door's opened I beleive they needed a vacumm cleaner to take away the pot smoke and eevry fast food joint aroudn the area noticed a large esculation in purchase taht day except for KFC there were hundreds of pot ashes in teh court room so i beleive that every single person in taht room was high now must be off meeting with the Clinton's to buy their Pot lab

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