Written by Henman

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

image for Chamone up for grabs
To be split right down the middle

JUST BROKEN NEWS - Mark Lowton, Administrator of TheSpoof.com has finally responded to an anonymous request asking for writer Chamone to be auctioned out to the highest bidder on the site.

Lowton finally cracked under the overwhelming pressure put upon him by both male and female writers on thespoof.com to put the damsel on the platform. Chamone, since her debut on the 26th of June has drawn much attention with her rather erotic avatar. The avatar which shows Chamone sporting barely any clothes, a mysterious cleave and a fish pout has resulted in a landslide of flirtatious passes and comments by male writers and has also drawn some hostile attention from the female writers i.e. Madame Bitters. Infact, an incredibly sexy catfight broke out between the two at TheSpoof.com annual picnic recently.

Some writers however are still skeptical about this 'Chamone' character and feel all she has told us so far has been nothing but an elaborate 'cleave of lies'.

All writers wishing to participate are free to put down any amount of points the see fit for the cleave wielding writer. In the unlikely event of a tie, Lowton has agreed to surgically split Chamones avatar in half right down the 'middle' and share both pieces among the winners. Chamone will also be allowed to bid for herself if she wishes.

TheSpoof.com has gone wilder than a monkey at a banana convention since the announcement, and tensions concerning the fast approaching auction are beginning to flare.

How much are you willing to squander for a pretty face and show of cleavage?

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

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Topics: Chamone




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