Written by Mister Meaner

Saturday, 21 April 2018

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In Korean, the word that sounds like 'cease' in English, means to 'step-up'

North Korea has announced that it is to cease its nuclear program after a high-level previously-unnanounced 'video meeting' between its leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump.

In reality, however, they are to step-up their program.

President Trump and Mr Jong-un met 'across the table' via Skype, and, according to some of those involved, things went "much better than expected". One of Mr Trump's aides told The Spoof:

"I was surprised at how quickly the Koreans accepted our demands for them to put an end to their insanity. We bluntly gave them an order to 'cease'. They looked at each other, there were some nods, and then they agreed. There was some giggling afterwards, but I don't know what all that was about."

What it may have all been about is the strange coincidence that the word 'cease' in English has a very different meaning in Korean. It means 'push ahead'.

President Trump told his followers on Twitter:

"Those Chinky guys are finally listening to sense."

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

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