"Mama said just add limes," Bobby Boucher says of Coronavirus

Written by Jungle Jack Steele

Saturday, 29 February 2020

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Former South Central Louisiana State University Mud Dog linebacker, Bobby Boucher Jr., has gone public with a statement from his mama. According to his Mama, avoiding the Coronavirus is as simple as citrus.

He stated, "Mama says that the Coronavirus is mad cause they got all that beer and no limes." Vicki Valencourt has gone on to back up her college boyfriend with words of encouragement. Also the local townie has stated to all the citizens in the US, "You can do it!"

When breaking down the issues faced with the Coronavirus, Professor Sanders has a different view. He states that a vaccine will be available but it DOES NOT involve limes. He states that the viral breakdown which causes the virus to spread can be reduced leading to lower infection rates. He told our sources, "Mama's wrong again." When we asked Boucher about the statement, all the former linebacker said was, "You're wrong, Colonel Sanders! Mama's right." Such bold words from a bold man.

As you may remember, Bobby Boucher showed up at halftime to help the Mud Dogs win the Bourbon Bowl in their cinderella season. They took down the strong offense of Coach Red Beaulieau and the University of Louisiana Cougars after scoring 30 unanswered points. We don't know if all that college has given him the answer to the Coronavirus, but we do know Farmer Fran believes so. Fran said "rijd iubdoi doibiuw oidoiuhw oijsoubwjy". Strong words indeed. Stay tuned for all the latest developments.

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

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