Wayne Rooney High Priestess of Voodoo Almost Got Prediction Right

Funny story written by Katarina Frogpond2

Saturday, 28 May 2011

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Voodoo High Priestess Got Prediction Half Correct

The High Priestess of Voodoo has claimed a victory with her predictions for the Champions League Final.

Her original prediction was based on a ritual she carried out with chicken bones and vegetables and Pearl Barley. She stirred the pot of chicken and vegetable soup anti-clockwise and the vegetables and the barley formed the numbers 3 and 0. She also saw the face of Wayne Rooney.

From these visions she concluded that Manchester United were going to win 3-0, and that Wayne Rooney was going to score the winning goal.

But with hindsight, she has now realised that the 0 could have been a one, and that the 3 was probably meant for Barcelona and not Manchester. She has also now accepted that the vision of Wayne Rooney probably meant that he was going to score Manchester's only goal.

She says that making future predictions is very hard, and that she doesn't always draw the right conclusions from the things she sees in her rituals. But the information is usually correct in a jumbled up way. She says the fact that she is a Manchester United fan may have clouded her judgement and she got a bit optomistic with her predictions.

So lets recap on what she got right. She got the number of goals that would be scored by Barcelona. She also predicted that Wayne Rooney would score a goal. And she predicted that one of the teams would lose.

I think that makes her more than half correct. So well done Voodoo High Priestess.

By Katarina Frogpond.

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

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