Manic Depressive Cheers Up

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Friday, 12 June 2009


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A manic depressive today emerged from a London clinic and announced to the world that after years of suffering from this debilitating condition, he has officially cheered up.

Doctors couldn't specify what brought about the sudden change in the patient, who is thought to be a contributor to, a satirical website, but the patient himself told us:

"They've started lampooning me now. It's brilliant! I spent years thinking I was boring and useless and now I'm being spoofed from across the Atlantic! Of course, I don't really have the world's largest penis - you wouldn't like it as a wart on your nose mind - but since those San Fran spoofers have started in on me I've cheered up no end.

"I used to wonder what life was all about, what the meaning of it all was. Today I discovered by way of this almost obsessive spoofing that it's all about the world's largest penis, the world's largest vagina, and getting axed by a TV channel. Had I known this, I would have penned the story when I was about nine years old, so that I could have secured corporate sponsorship or a big money move to Real Madrid."

The smiling spoofer was then hustled into a limousine by minders. A psychiatrist at the clinic told us that it was all in the mind.

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