President Obama and President Putin Discuss The So-Called Missing Super Bowl Ring

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

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Russian President Valdymir Putin is keeping the ring and that's that. (Photo taken by President Obama).

FERMANAGH, Ireland - The 39th edition of The G8 Summit Meeting was recently held in the beautiful country of Ireland, the land where Irish Spring Soap was born.

According to The Irish Eyes News Agency some of the major topics that were discussed by the various world leaders included the state of the world economy, income tax evasion, credit card fraud, the twerking fad, the perils of botox, ATM charges, and the recent uprisings in Luxembourg.

President Obama had a very cordial meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. During the course of their worldly conversation the matter of the New England Patriots super bowl ring came up.

Immediately Putin remarked, "Surely you are kidding me Mr. President?"

"No sir, I am as serious as the freckles on Lindsay Lohan's nose" President Obama replied.

"Lindsay Lohan? You mean she's here?" Asked the Russian leader.

"Ah no actually she isn't. You see Miss Lohan is back in California getting treated for all kinds of stuff at a rehab clinic."

Putin smiled. He said that she is his favorite American actress.

President Obama then asked about the super bowl ring that belongs to Patriots owner Daniel Synder.

Putin paused for a few seconds. He then said that he did not appreciate Mr. Synder going around telling ESPN Sports and Sports Balls Illustrated Daily that he stole Synder's damn friggin stupid ring.

He then told President Obama that the ring was given to him by Mr. Synder as a token of friendship between the United States and Russia.

"Well then. Vlady," President Obama replied, "That there is good enough for me sir. Case closed."

Putin shook his head. "Well thank goodness you have more sense than the Pats owner. I like you Barack - I like you a lot."

"Ditto that Vlady."

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