Mona Lisa spliff crop circle appears on face of the Moon

Funny story written by queen mudder

Friday, 18 January 2013

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Close up of Lunar Lisa crop circle

Washington - International Space Station crop circle etchers behind a 200ft crop circle near Stonehenge, Wiltshire depicting ET smoking a classic ganja pipe appear to have struck again tonight.

Their antics were widely reported in 2011 by QM-NewsCorpse Ass[ociates] in an in depth article Ganja pipe alien crop circle 'etched by laser pen aboard International Space Station' - reports

The latest rendition is a Space-Time Continuum first consisting of a mile-wide image of Leonardo Da Vinci's iconic masterpiece the Mona Lisa 'smoking a huge spliff'.

Dubbed the Lunar Lisa the image materialized on the Dark Side of the Moon this weekend prompting furious 'Don't blame us, there's no stoners here!' denials from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center etching division in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The specialist team was still basking in the announcement of NASA's successful groundbreaking experiment to beam a digitized laser image of the Mona Lisa to the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter some 240,000 miles away in space when news of the Lunar Lisa crop circle broke.

Tonight both the Orbiter image and its much larger Lunar Lisa counterpart are visible from Earth with the aid of a regular telescope, the Weed Madonna's [as she is being called] famous sultry smile even more enigmatic behind a plume of Sea of Tranquility Thunderf++k smoke signals.

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Special thanks to Hydrogen Balloon

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