Judas Tells All - including his friendship with Charles Manson

Funny story written by Lady Godiva

Saturday, 3 April 2010

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What can I say?

Judas has spoken out about his betrayal of Jesus.

He tells our reporter the truth behind the story.

Apparently, Judas was a member of a Cult and didn't believe in Jesus at all. He was sent by the elders of the Cult to destroy Jesus' reputation as a 'good guy'.

Judas was recuited by well-known Cult leader Charles Manson, the one with the wierd tattoo on his forehead and the 'evil eyes'. The evil eyes are NOT on his 'forehead' but a little further south.

Judas admits to kissing Jesus but said he, himself, is NOT gay. He was merely carrying out Manson's orders.

Manson, meanwhile, was sitting in his living room, sipping Pina Coladas and laughing his insane head off. He just could NOT believe there were so many gullible people in the world.

Unfortunately, he is now sitting in a 'cell' and not a beautiful living room. He was caught speeding in Soho and was sentenced to life in prison.

Charlie boy isn't bovvered because he still has the admiration of his original followers plus a NEW following of crazy Americans wearing red scarves and blessing everyone they come into contact with.

This new 'following' of rich Americans is proving to be an asset for Charlie. He now receives food packages from them, on a regular basis, food packages from Harrods and he
recently received a quilt made by his 'newest' followers plus a blue and white knitted afghan in a parcel which boasted a Canadian postmark.

Who could ask for anything more?

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

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