South Carolina girls impregnated by space alien!

Funny story written by Francois Dubois, S.J.

Monday, 27 February 2012

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CHARLESTON SC (ABSNN) -- Twenty-six teenagers who attended the Future House Wives of America (FHWoA) sleep over were the vicitims of an alien from the planet Marz and are now pregnant. So says Ginger Bread, SC State FHWoA Chairmain and the hostess of the sleep over.

"All twenty-six went to bed late Friday night and each reported to me that they were awakened sometime in the middle of the night and taken aboard a spaceship by an alien dressed in an old fedora and a long raincoat. Once aboard the alien vessel, the girls were forced to drink rum punch, or maybe mint julips, by the male alien who told the girls to call him skoob1999," said Ms. Bread.

"Next, he had his filthy way with them. I only wish I had been there to stop the debauchery!"

"Each girl was given a pregnancy test which was positive in each case," Detective SGT Trotter told newsmen.

According to one young woman, "The interior of the spaceship looked like a 10x12 foot room with a ratty rug, bad wallpaper, an old television set, a broken dresser and two chairs."

"Her description matched those of the other girls," said Trotter. "It sounds more like a room at the Slumber Inn," he continued.

The girl's parents are demanding a full investigation into the case, however, no charges are to be filed regardless of the statusof this skoob1999. The age of consent in South Carolinia was recently raised from 12 to 13 years of age. All the girls said they consented after seeing the alien's 1999.

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

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