Spoof Writer Served With Divorce Papers On Anniversary

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

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Have I ToldYou Lately That I Love You? No? Well Fuck Off Then!

A rude awakening today for a spoof writer, who can't be named here for legal reasons, as he tapped venomous spoof stories on his keyboard, taking the piss out of real life tragedies like the disintegration of Jordan and Peter's marriage and the gradual disappearance through anorexia of Posh...

This smart arse was served with divorce papers on his anniversary.

Visiibly upset and obviously about to embark on a vacation with his brother, the Dreaded Alcoholic Beverage, the Spoof writer was too upset to comment.

However, his wife, Mrs Skoob, of Skoob Towers, Alton, told us:

"The bastard had it coming. Ever since he got involved with that Spoof.com he's been neglecting me. And worst of all, he lied to me. That's just unforgivable. He always told me that he was born in Salford, it even says that on his passport and his birth certificate, but I found out that he was really from Burnley all along. I know this because Monkey Woods pointed it out. I have a great deal of respect for Monkey Woods. His stories are far funnier than that boring bastard of a husband I used to have's stories ever were. I can't live a lie. So it's divorce from me, and Goodnight from him."

The Spoof writer, who cannot be named for legal reasons burst into a chorus of 'Happy Anniversary' by Slim Whitman before slumping face down into an ashtray.

Reverberations are being felt around the spoof writer's bank account.

More as we get it. In the neck. Probably.

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

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