Dr. Edward Maxwell is His Own Wife

Funny story written by Tiki Murphy

Saturday, 22 March 2008

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The true 'Dr. Maxwell'.

During a follow up evaluation with Dr. Edward Maxwell, Dr. Pankerman has found out some interesting news. It has become apparent to Dr. Panker man that, Dr. Maxwell is clearly worse off than he originally thought.

"After further evaluation of one Dr. Edward Maxwell, it has become obvious he is 'farther gone' than I originally thought. He does have an acute case of schizophrenia. It is so bad, that I have found that not only is he nuts, but he's single. 'Hilda' Maxwell is actually one of Edward's personalities. Also, 'Dr. Edward Maxwell' is just one of the personalities. In reality he is a disoriented and confused Eddie Munster.

Not only does he have split personalities, but he also suffers from extreme delusions of grandeur. How his bipolar disorder has gone unnoticed for so long is beyond me."

The other writers for The Spoof.com are not concerned.

"We've dealt with worse than this. Besides he'll keep us in stories for months to come. I just wish he could get his bipolar disorder under control. The mood swings are driving me nuts," states writer, myhat2u.

Overhearing that statement writer Tiki Murphy pipes in, "No he needs to keep that. That's how we know it's Hilda come out to play. When the mood swing hits we just give him chocolate. Crisis diverted." Note this was said with a saucy wink.

Well it has been decided that, for right now, everything is 'normal' at The Spoof. There is no forecast of any writers going ton any padded cells, other than the break room.

Let us hope that 'Dr.' Maxwell does not get the help he needs.

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

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