South Carolina Votes To Prohibit The Use of The North Korean Language

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 18 April 2013

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Three South Carolina school girls who speak North Korean but who have vowed to never, ever speak it again.

COLUMBIA, South Carolina - American Spotlight Magazine has just learned that the state of South Carolina has just passed an amendment regarding the North Korean language.

Cutter Shiloh with ASM stated that he was informed about the change by an ex-girlfriend who lives in the Palmetto State.

Shiloh said that he received a call from Demi "Baby Doll" Bottomhouse, who works as a receptionist in the office of state Senator Sheridan "The Rebel" Grovergoober.

She told Cutter that the members of the state senate were trying to keep the amendment hush hush due to the fact that they did not want to seem like they were singling out any ethic group.

Miss Bottomhouse was asked why the state felt that they had to pass an amendment prohibiting the use of the North Korean language.

She gave him one of her Southern Belle smiles, put down her Mimosa Margarita, and responded by saying that it is a way to send a message to that silly-looking, chubby putz Kim Jong Un.

She went on to say that several senators even wanted to go as far as to ban KIA's from the state but when it was pointed out that the governor, his mom, and 14 state senators drive KIA's that idea was dropped quicker than an Idaho hot potato.

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