Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 20 August 2018

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Kick-boxing thirsty emus and Cassius Clay roos were 'ready to rumble' in Aussie outback town!

The Australian outback tends to be pretty dry, but this year's drought has seen unusual behavior in one particular town called, Broken Hill!

Mobs of kick boxing emus and boxer roos gathered on the edge of town in a real remake of Hollywood's famous film, The Magnificent Seven, after being shooed away by human residents because there "aint no water for everybody in this here town!"

So, after forming a battalion of invading emus and roos, they entered the town only to be confronted by a local Aussie sheriff and his deputies armed with boxing gloves and not much else; maybe a bottle of Fosters or two to help overcome their fear.

The emus and roos entered, and with prize boxer, King Rooie, leading the mob, they kicked the shit out of the sheriff and, his deputies were last seen running for their shabby lives towards Ayers Rock hoping aborigines would forgive them.

After the successful invasion the roos and emus sucked the place dry and now Broken Hill is a ghost town, smothered in desert dust and wind-blown tumble weeds!

Hollywood will be making a blockbuster film of this true event and are employing a professional team of kick-boxing emus and pro boxer roos to play the main roles.

The Sheriff and his deputies are being played by has-been Aussie super-star, Mel Gibson, and the long forgotten cast of Aussie super soap, Neighbours, because they couldn't find any other Aussies stupid enough to confront the marauding roos and emus and, Jason Donovan needed the bucks.

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

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