Written by Gordon Bennet

Tuesday, 19 August 2008

image for Strewth Mate, Shock Horror strikes Australia as the Men in the Outback finally give up Shagging Sheep in favour of Shagging Women
Shock horror in Australia as the men of the Outback give up mounting sheep for women

All Australians today where shaken to the core when they woke up to hear the breaking News that the tough guys from the Outback where finally giving up shagging sheep in favour of shagging women.

Disgraced ex-Sky TV Reporter Norma Snockers who is now working down under for the Australian TV Company the Really Impressive Handful Company described to the Nation that the Mayor Ivor Tuckerbag of the remote Australian Mining Town of Willywonga had paid millions of Australian Dollars to bring in the thousand of Sheila's.

He apparently had scoured the Southern Hemisphere for the most ugliest broads he could find to wean the Guys of Willywonga off mounting Ewes and to discover the pleasures of mounting a Kylie lookalike.

Mr Tuckerbag explained to Miss Nockers that his strategy of only bringing in only ugly broads was that they where probably the only women who where prepared to give up being a Spinster in the City to become a raving Beaut in the Outback.

One of the local Miners Jason Ram who was clutching a pack of six Tinnies said "strewth mate, this town is full of testosterone laden cowboys who will shag anything and I have never met a Guy yet who actually looks at the mantelpiece while poking the fire."

Jason added "Fair Dinkum to that Mayor as I have not shoved my Didgeridoo up a nice tight Fanny since I don't know when."

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

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Topics: Women, Australia, Ugly, Sheep

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