New York, NY- Many online shoppers have been forced to seek other forms of entertainment as the E-commerce site, authorize crashed as a result of a fire.
Said one customer, Mildred Pugh-Knightly, "...I just had to have a pair of slightly tarnished silver rose water holders. I went to submit payment when poof, I got kicked out. It's terribly bothersome when that happens. Luckily I knew that the best place to spend the day, other than at Christies Auction house, was TheSpoof.com; satirical magazine website. This week has been incredibly exciting too, what with all these Michael Jackson parody stories being bandied about. Apart from my collection of silver rose water holders and TheSpoof.com, I really don't know what I would do with my time. I suppose I could take up another hobby, like base jumping, but I prefer to keep my expenses down. I'm retired on a fixed income."
Montague Bellinger, another senior from Lincolnshire, England stated, "...I prefer to bury my head in a good non-fiction about World War II, being a real fan of Montgomery. However, on occasion I'll dip my toe into thespoof.com. It gives me insight into the world that major news organizations fail to provide. CNN, SkyNews, they all pale in comparison to the thought-provoking analysis I get from thespoof.com, or at least that's my opinion anyway."
Oxford student, Hamely Wolverhampton-Smythe agrees, "Oh...yes..I quite agree. Astoundingly accurate. Sometimes they're way ahead of the curve in fact. So much so that it's terribly frightening. They predicted Michael Jackon's death on August 26, 1958, a full three days before the blighter had even been born."
There were, however, a few detractors.
One, Randall Tilsdale, a man who had a 12 inch spike sticking out of the side of his head stated, "...look, I don't mean to be a detractor but I've got a 12 inch spike sticking out of the side of my head just now, and I'd prefer to leave my opinion later, once I get this mess sorted out."
In the meantime, unsatisfied E-commerce clients continue to flock to TheSpoof.com, that oasis of mirth and merriment so beloved by so many.