Unemployed US fat and lazy Grizzly Bears only want a piece of the "human cake" too!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 8 November 2010

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No, not these lovely cuddlies, Grizzlies, there the one's who enjoy the "junk food" life!

Humans living near grizzly bear habitats are becoming very worried about the latest generations of grizzlies to appear, apparently they are becoming horrendously overweight, obese, lazy, unemployed scavengers. (similar to many US people)

Once upon a time the bears would work hard hunting in the forests for their food. Nowadays it seems that the grizzlies are desiring a piece of the modern human lifestyle and have been seen in increasing numbers scavenging their human counterparts refuse bins searching for discarded rests of hamburgers, fries, pizzas, KFC, etc.

Grizzlies are gradually learning that the "good life" eating junk food is much more satisfying than waiting for hours in raging cold water mountain rivers trying to catch a salmon or two!

Or raiding Honeybees nests for their lovely honey and nearly getting stung to death!

Modern grizzlies are beginning to love the lazy, junk food life just like humans and all the grizzlies want is a "piece of the cake" that's all!

There is one slight problem with increasing bear insurgencies into human zones, grizzlies tend to be rather huge and when they're hungry, rather angry.

Humans are logically very scared of bear attacks and have requested that MacDonalds build bear "walk-in takeaways" around Yellowstone park and have also asked Yogi Bear to become the manager, that should calm their nerves!

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

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