Trump Promises to Get Rid of "Bad Hair" Days

Funny story written by The Vision

Sunday, 27 March 2016

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Why Donald Trump Does a Comb Over

Besides building a wall that is one thousand feet tall, making the Mexicans pay for the concrete foundation, and Trump selling the multi-million dollar penthouse condominiums, he builds on this wall and the most pricey ones on the top of the wall, with an amazing view built on the top of the new Trump MexoAmerico wall, Trump promises to permanently get rid of "bad hair" days. Donald Trump actually said all of this without taking a breath.

What a mouthful! Enough to set anyone's hair on fire.

If you happen to have ugly hair, you may be stopped by any "peace officer" for the Patriot Act Part 3, under the executive order of President Donald Trump and have your head shaved on the spot.

Many politicians promise so many things. Most of us, who do not think snack foods are a "food group," know when politicians' mouths move, they are probably lying. Nevertheless, this political promise made by Trump might actually turn out to be achievable, at least in part.

To be clear, Trump did not promise to get rid of all "bad hair" days for all Americans, legal or otherwise. However, one thing Trump can do is get rid of the Trump brand of "bad hair."

We are really sick of it and the solution is so easy. Mr Trump please cut your frigging, out-of control, ugly-as-hell, looks like it is fake, hair off. This is the least the "Donald" can do.

Go bald.
Go bold.
Go Trump.

Oh, and by the way, Mister "The Donald," who pretends to have the last name of Trump (not his real name by the way, because his family name was Drumpf!), that rhymes with "rump," which is a nicer way to say a complete ass, your fifteen minutes of fame are now over, and...

"You're fired!"

And the musician "Pitbull," whose real name is "Armando Christian PĂ©rez" already got the bald, sexy thing going so well.

And he happens to be Mexican.

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

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