"Where are my pickles?" demand evil cult.

Funny story written by whatinthe world

Monday, 4 November 2013

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Okay, does it have pickles as well?

Brussells, Belgium. Members of a twelfth century religious sect, known as The Eternity Cult, have written a 19 page letter to the Belgian Prime Minister indicating that life on earth will end in approximately 142 days unless world leaders impress on junk food providers such as McDonalds to put more pickles on their hamburgers.

The cult leaders were adamant that they weren't going to stand by and let their hunger be less than satisfied by sloppy and inconsiderate food preparers at these fast food outlets. "This is a strong statement by us and its not an idle threat" explained one sect individual, who wore a black hood hiding his identity (though I figured it was probably Jean Claude van Damme, the famous Belgian movie star).

Another member of the Eternity Cult expressed his frustration at the number of hamburgers that had passed his lips that were "bereft of any mention of pickles". Cult members have threatened similar action before on issues concerning parallel parking in narrow streets, hideous dress sense by the Belgian middle classes and excessive wind being produced by Irish tourists.

We look forward (well, may be not) to their next ridiculous demands.

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

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