Baby meat cults on the rise

Funny story written by Leonardo Picasso

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

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I ate the wrong end of the baby

Rich people have been eating babies in hopes of staying younger. If you think the current economic downturn is creating new debt for generations to come, think again. Babies are once again on the menu as international bankers and the IMF sit to chow down at the recent G20 meeting.

But this goes much further, it seems that certain front people have been adopting children in poorer countries to stock their refrigerators in New York, London, Paris, Shanghai and other major cities. Baby, which doesn't, contrary to popular belief taste like chicken, has really never left the palette of the affluent. Some claim that the rich nutrients give you special powers to overlook the man in the street, make you more self absorbed than a shamwow, irrational in your demands and observations, whinny, and in some cases an outright sociopaths.

It was Marie Antoinette that said, "Let them eat cake, where having baby". The eating of children has never really gone away, it is estimated that over 90 thousand babies are eaten world wide every year. It has reached critical levels, and it is believed with the current world slump, that the black market for newbie flesh is on the rise. The problem stems from people unaware of probably having eaten baby meat inadvertently at a rich friends house. Over the years the affluent have tried to bring people over to the dark side, thus gaining support for the day when once again they can eat tender young flesh in public.

President Obama has signed a recent bill, that will allow the creation of baby flesh from stem cells so that this problem can be solved. But for the time being, I would keep my eye on the baby.

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

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