Arnie Schwarzenegger's New Movie Set to Break Records

Funny story written by Auntie Matter

Thursday, 19 May 2011

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where Arnie Lives.

The movie is a biographical account of his most turbulent years up until the present. It charts his early childhood in a hamlet in Austria, his rise to eminence as a body builder and his screen success in America that paved the way for his subsequent political career.

It promises to be compulsive reading, for women especially as it deals with a side of Arnold's life that is little known - his womanizing days in Hollywood.

It is believed that Danny DeVito will play Arnie's son; Victoria Beckham his wife Maria Shriver; and Kathleen Turner will play the "he-done-me-wrong" housekeeper Mildred Baena

In an interview on television's most popular chat show, "Larry King Dead", Arnie had this to say:

"I have kept this a secret for fourteen long years because my political career depended on it. Believe me, it wasn't easy. I am indebted to help from the CIA, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, our president Barack Obama, and my contacts in the American press for their loyalty and support. I am most thankful to Christopher

"Little for helping me with the text at such short notice and to J.K. Rowling for writing the foreword to it as well as inspiring the title, "Hear No Lies - Know no Lies".

"Her intuitive understanding of my circumstances was just... er... magical. And for a mere seven percent of gross and royalties I think they gave me a very good deal. I am thinking strongly of giving her a part in the movie."

Clearly, Arnie has not lost his sense of humour.

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

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