Favre says, "I was tricked."

Funny story written by Spicewood

Saturday, 23 October 2010

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I Hope Brett is Bigger

Wes Graham, a free lance photographer and contributing writer to many sports magazines, indicated recently in a conversation he was having with Hobie Grier on a highly regarded sports talk show in Pioche, Nevada, that he had proof that Brett Favre was innocent of all of the charges that have been brought against him recently.

He stated that, people from the Levi Company are determined to disgrace him and therefore, the buying public will question his sincerity in his endorsements of Wranger Jeans.

He was approached by an unnamed pharmaceutical company, manufacturer of a "male enhancement" pill who wanted the masculine athlete to endorse their pill and become a 'poster boy' for virility, male enhancement and heightened sexual activity.

A clause in the lucrative contract stipulated that Favre submit photographic proof of his genitals. On one occasion the company had signed a contract with a world class cyclist, who later turned out to be female.

When Brett sent those pictures, he thought they were going to the pharmaceutical company, as fulfillment of his contract obligations. Little did he know that they would be used against him, to taint an otherwise illustrious career.

When confronted with the allegations, Favre commented, "Heck, golly, I thought that lady photographer invited me to the motel to take them pictures for the pill company, I didn't know they would get me in this much trouble."

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

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