Kim Jong Un Fires A Missile Towards Japan But It Lands In North Korea Instead

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

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North Korea's Invader 7 Missile looks exactly like this one except for the U.S. markings.

PYONGYANG, North Korea - Kim Jong Un had hinted a few days ago that he was getting ready to fire a missile towards Japan.

He had said that Japan had angered him when one of their high ranking officials had stated at The Sochi Olympics that the North Korean leader was starting to look like the male version of American actress Kirstie Alley.

Kim Jong Un was very upset at that ugly remark and he told The Rice Paddy National News Agency that he is taller than Ms. Alley, he is much cuter than Ms. Alley, and he has a much higher IQ than Ms. Alley.

The world leader, that Vice-President Joe Biden has pegged The Asian Pillsbury Doughboy, has a very prevalent inferiority complex according to his personal therapist who did not want her name revealed.

Japan has repeatedly warned Kim Jong Un against firing a missile toward their country. But the North Korean leader has said that he is not afraid of no one, not Russia, not the USA, not Costa Rica, and certainly not Japan.

Kim Jong Un gave the order to fire a missile toward Japan but somehow the logistical coordinates got messed up and instead of the missile going toward Japan it ended up hitting a Walmart parking lot located in downtown Pyongyang.

SIDENOTE: The Rice Paddy reported that luckily the parking lot was empty due to the fact that it had been evacuated on account of the recent possum infestation.

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

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