The Green Bay Packers Offer To Pay Charlie Sheen $2 Million For The Use Of His Word "Winning!"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 1 April 2011

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The main entrance to Lambeau Field, home of the World Champion Green Bay Packers.

GREEN BAY - The World Champion Green Bay Packers, winners of Super Bowl XLV, have been in contact with Charlie "Sir Warlord" Sheen in regards to use of his patented one-word saying "Winning."

The Packers front office has stated that they would like to pay Sheen $2 million for the rights to his copyrighted 'word.'

Sports Territory Magazine is reporting that Sheen has informed the Green Bay Packers organization that he is presently weighing other offers that he has received, which include one from the Baseball World Series champion San Francisco Giants and one from the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers.

Charlie "Showless" Sheen did reveal that he has already eliminated two offers, one from Dancing With The Stars, and one from American Idol.

He said that DWTS only offered him $1 million plus a two minute spot on their hit show where he could plug his Sheen's Korner Internet show.

Meanwhile American Idol offered him $1.8 million for the 'word' rights, which is exactly the weekly sum that Sheen was receiving for 'acting' on his highly rated situation comedy show Two and A Half Men.

Meanwhile USA DAYBREAK is reporting that Sarah Palin offered Sheen $5 million for the exclusive use of the word 'Winning' which she wants to use for her 2012 GOP Presidential Primary campaigns. Palin stated that $4 million would come from The Tea Bag Political Party Miscellaneous Fund and the other $1 million would come in the form of a loan that she and hubby Todd would secure from the 2nd National Frozen Bank of Wasilla.

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