CRAWFISH BELLY, Louisiana - (Satire News) - Well, it's summertime and that means extremely hot conditions which translate into forest fires.
Usually most of the fires are found out on the Left Coast, in California, Oregon, Washington, and Nevada.
But once in a while, one will hit east of the Rocky Mountains. And one wind-fed fire has totally burned down the famed, 26,804-acre Bayou La La La Forest, located in southern Louisiana.
A Bayou state ranger, identified as Claude Jean Du Poupon, 47, reported that the fire was started when a wayward lobster came upon a discarded box of kitchen matches.
The hungry lobster apparently thought that the wooden kitchen matches were edible and as he took a bite out of one, it suddenly lit up and it caught several tumbleweeds on fire, which in turn caught a couple of cypress trees, and as they say in Boston, "Der ya go." ■