KISS Does Condi

Funny story written by Richard L Sharp

Saturday, 31 May 2008

On tour in Sweden: KISS--the iconic supreme rock band--has added Condoleeza Rice under their belt as a fan (or perhaps a groupie)?

Paul Stanley swears to eternity he saw her first, but Gene Simmons barked, "She's the one," drawing Ms Rice to a private session with the rocker kings.

After the meet Ms Rice said, "I am amazed how informed and thoughtful Paul and Gene feel about world affairs." With a slight adjustment to her dress Ms Rice says, "I want to talk to them again after I complete my assignment here in Sweden."

Meet they did for a millennium visit in the wee hours at the Sheraton Hotel executive lounge.

Surprisingly, Brit pop star Robbie Williams burst toward Paul Stanley and frenziedly exclaimed he had name-checked 'KISS' in his 1999 song 'Strong.' Paul, obviously ruffled by Robbie's abrupt appearance rebuked, "You do not stare, you do not stare, you do NOT stare!" and promptly decked Robbie.

Upon awakening Robbie Williams was heard to mutter, "Hot fudge! The trouble with me is, I'm the illegitimate son of Andy." and sauntered beyond the sea toward Branson, Missouri.

Condoleeza yelled, "Please, please don't give up the ghosts--you angel of a handsome man--let me help you spread your wings before you find a place to crash!"

Paul stood perplexed and reflected, "How peculiar! Something beautiful happened here tonight and this cursed man blasts in like a monsoon. He used our advertising space to come undone, then, like a misunderstood karma killer proves he is not of this earth!"

Gene Simmons concluded, "One fine day he will love somebody. Until then, I will talk and Hollywood WILL LISTEN!"

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

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