Princeton President Pilfers Prized Papers from Parsonage

Written by Jalapenoman

Friday, 3 August 2007

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Picture of Perloined Papers from Pennsylvania Parsonage

Princeton President Paul Purdue possibly pilfered prized papers from Pentwhistle Parsonage in Philadelphia. Policeman Perry Pines postulated the pilfering possibly pre-dated prolonged parties and pantyraids with Pittsburgh Penguins President Peter Perch. Preferring to postpone perjury, Purdue and Perch practiced playing possum.

"President Purdue purloined papers from Pentwhistle Paronage pertaining to peerages in Pennsylvania pronounced by Penn. Persons possessing these particular papers possible might persuade police for preferential penalties in persecution by prompt public apology."

Perplexed and penitent paupers prostrate in the parsonage pine perhaps for permanent placement and preservation of the papers.

Parson Phillip Pigeion presumed Presidnet Paul propositioned permission to peruse ther personal papers in the presence of permitted people on Parsonage property. He pressured Police to promise to prevent possible pilfering of prized papers.

Police Photographers previewed pictures of promiscuous Penny Purdue in her purplish pink panties (provided by Princeton Photographers and Phi Phi Phi pledges), but promptly pronounced no productivity to their progress.

Police are perplexed and puzzled with the problem.

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

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