Women No Longer Needed - Solutions being Discussed at UN

Funny story written by Scampsey88

Thursday, 26 April 2007

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A man of Science showing her the proof she wanted - Yes, her bum did look big it it....Soon this will end

In the age of technology and the "Modern Man" which now surrounds us, and which boasts triumphs it is claimed by top scientists that women are no longer needed!

With the latest developments in research Womens Eggs can be created in a jar with no side effects what so ever.

In this world were men can cook, clean and turn on a simple washing machine Women have been a common nuisance among a world with no place for them.

Men today can do all the things that women once were the masters of, even now a man doesn't need a women to get pleasure, Real Dolls are selling extremely well and they don't Nag.

It is thought that 5 Men a day will be saved if Nagging could stop world Wide.

Women have brought us:

  • Jade Goody
  • Jodi Marsh
  • Condi Rice
  • PMT
  • Crying for no Reason
  • Titanic, Ghost, Moulin Rouge and all those rubbish men have to sit through just trying to get a leg over.
  • "Am I Fat?"

Nothing we wont miss there then.

These latest developments indicate that the problem of what to do with the women left , Professor Ret Waverly has suggested opening up Women Farms in which there behaviors can be studied and a suitable solution could be made of what they could do now.

However UN have called a meeting of what would be fair for women, because they do make nice Jam Sandwiches

The Meeting of UN continues but whatever happened we are entering a new and wonderful world.

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

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