Stamp Collector Goes Ape Shit - In Scooterville

Funny story written by Bennedetta

Sunday, 30 October 2011

A crazed stamp collector has gone postal after realizing that there is simply no pleasing some people.

John Cockspur, no relation to famed inventor Larry Cockspur, totally lost it after he was accused of skullduggery after donating several thousands of dollars to his favorite charities.

Scooterville, NJ (pop 252), which was recently twinned with the Bulgarian city of Sofia, has the world's smallest municipal car park, boasts a wildlife park, that is populated by a straggly dog and several chickens, was home to this years and last year's world dungaree championships, hosted a highly successful Man From UNCLE convention and is currently the only bidder to host both the 2030 Olympic Games and 2040 Fifa World Cup never seems to be out of the news.

Scooterville was also the home of legendary inventor Larry Cockspur, inventor of the doomed over coat with wings, wind jammer with wheels, talking smoking jacket, wifi duffle coat, submersible blazer and four wheel drive Burberry.

"That's it" stormed Cockspur "You do a nice thing and people moan. A few weeks ago people were complaining about the charities having money pilfered, they made a big hue and cry about it. I simply, because I enjoyed what these charities offered, decided to contribute. Never again, they said I was up to no good, that I had some sort of motive. What? What I ask you? I am giving, not taking; I am merely expressing how much I enjoy these charities. I give in. I will only now give to needy causes."

A spokesman for the charities said he simply had no idea what Cockspur was talking about.

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

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