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Saturday, 11 April 2009


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The King Meets Tricky Dicky In Happier Times, When He Was Alive, And Before The Burgers Kicked In.

Spoof reporting team DK128 today were treated with the most amazing spoof story yet. Bigger than aspartame, more significant than peanut butter, and certainly much bigger than the world's largest penis.

The DK128 Consortium actually achieved an interview with the ghost of Elvis Presley, in a terraced house in Bolton, Lancashire.

The King appeared, looking slightly less chubby than when he died on the the toilet, but munching defiantly on a burger.

"Hi guys" he said. "I love burgers. Uh huh."

We asked Elvis what he thought about his rock n roll legacy, about today's up and coming stars? He told us:

"Girls Aloud are a bunch of crap. Uh Huh. Beyonce is beautiful but totally lacks talent. Uh huh. The Kaiser Chiefs are okay, uh huh, but they come from Leeds. Man, what a downer. Uh huh. I wouldn't be seen dead in Leeds."

"So where would you be seen dead?" an intrepid DK128 reporter asked the King.

"Memphis," replied the King. "I like walking in Memphis, walking with my feet ten feet off of Beale. Uh huh. But not Leeds. No way. Uh huh. I'd be seen in a chippy in Stockport, or a supermarket in Camberley, or a pub in Edinburgh. But not Leeds. Uh huh. No way Jose."

At which point the King scoffed the last of his burger and buggered off into the ether for another one.

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