Pychaitrists Identify The Spoofers Dilemma

Funny story written by C. Cranium

Friday, 19 March 2010

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Letterman diagnosed with Spoofer mutation.

Genetisits in Cambridge, MA have identified Spoofers , those guys who write goofy fiction, are blessed and cursed with a genetic mutation. The mutation gives the capacity to appreciate the warping of reality, an ironic sense that regular stuff could have just as easily been irregular.

It's the round peg in the blue orange phenomenon. Or maybe the rolling stone with deck chairs. Neither of which makes sense to your normal person but are infinitely obvious to the mutated spoofer.

Silly occurrences, wrong handed reasoning, who cares how crazy it sounds, to a spoofer its all possible. There is no known cure.

The Spoofers Dilemma is that the hilarious stuff they create is funny to them and fellow spoofers and to a portion of the population but the rest of the world can't imagine why so much time is wasted.

If any of the following sentences are reasonable then check into the Spoofer Zone with Rod Serling, and don't worry if your spouse doesn't get it:

The inconsequential is important. The subconsequential is even more important. The sublime is glaringly obvious. The blime is obviously obvious. The nonsincical is well reasoned. The postsensical is before reason is well. The iconic isn't recognized. The preconick is after the iconic is an icon. An aroma can be seen. A broma is never missed. A croma is ubiquitous. A droma is a misspelled play type. While a work type does nothing.

This stuff is just gibberish to some but blime to others.

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

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