Wes and Anna Welker Love The Fresh Air of The Rocky Mountains

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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The Welkers taking a tour of the Rocky Mountains near Denver.

DENVER - Several citizens of Denver have reported seeing Mr. and Mrs. Wes Welker and they said they looked like a couple of newlyweds laughing, giggling, and cheering now that Wes is no longer a New England Patriot.

The Welker's were interviewed by Sport's Territory's Tango Brisket and they told him that they love the fresh air of the Rocky Mountains.

Wes reportedly said that he can hardly wait to start catching all kinds of passes from the great Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.

Anna has not stopped smiling since getting off the plane at Denver's John & Bob Denver International Airport.

She told Brisket that she is as happy as a woodpecker in a Lincoln Logs factory to be in the Mile High City and away from the likes of the conceited, self-centered, player-bashing Gisele Bundchen AKA Mrs. Tom Brady.

When Mrs. Welker was reminded that she did a pretty good job of badmouthing Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis, she quickly remarked that it was different because she attacked an opposing team player whereas Queen Gisele attacked her husband's fellow teammate (Wes).

Wes expressed disappointment that the New England Patriots were not on the Broncos 2013 schedule but added that he hopes to see them and beat them during the NFL playoffs.

SIDENOTE: Anna told Brisket somewhat tongue-in-cheek that if she ever sees Gisele Bundchen again she is going to grab her by her hideous looking hair and spin her around like a little boy's top.

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

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