Myspace Brain Credits for the Terminally Dumb

Funny story written by politicalpop

Monday, 5 February 2007

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Myspace Believe Some of Its Users Can Be Helped

Myspace, the website for the brain dead, is to help its hopeless users by sending out Myspace Brain credits to people who manage to put two words together on a Myspace forum. These will be redeemable at Amazon online stores, and are not transferrable. Myspace, which is plagued by people writing as though they're three years old, is trying to improve its image of being a mindless waste of space.

A reporter for The Spoof spent five seconds on Myspace before being bombarded with moronic monosyllabic nonsense sent by complete imbeciles which actually damaged his mental health. Here is an edited snippet of the kind of things Myspace will tolerate no more:

'A am dA dUmEEst dA fUkwIt'

Myspace hopes its users will be able to hold conversations soon, and is even starting a university, similar to Burger King University where people do as they're told.

Tom Daemon, 19 year old Myspace creator, said: 'It's time we stamped out this sort of thing. This site is not just a way of getting impressionable kids in one place and then bombarding them with merchandise. We have an educational role to play too, and it is in our own interests if kidz learn to write da name.'

If you feel you've been affected by zombie-like Myspace junkies, please email The Spoof with full details.

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