"Bounty" hunters invade Pakistan as government offer "BOUNTIES" for Taliban scalps or turbans with heads!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 2 November 2009

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"Mars Bar Hunters" were not asked to join the Taliban hunt!

Global "Bounty" hunters are invading Pakistan after it was announced that the Pakistan government is offering "Bounties" in abundance for Taliban scalps, heads or Turbans with heads!

"Bounty" hunters are a rare breed, they hate Mars Bars, Snickers and Smarties, but love their coconut filled "Bounties" and such an offer they just couldn't refuse.

Taliban leaders were last seen running for the mountains in fear of the "Bounty" hunters armed with machettes (for opening coconuts) machine guns and tooth ache tablets!

The Taliban fear such weirdos more than the whole of the Pakistan, US and Allied armies because they know they will stop at nothing to win their rewards:

1)A Taliban Scalp = A 20 years free supply of Bounty Bars on Bin Laden's vacant desert island somewhere near Saudi Arabia + free dental care!

2)A Taliban head = A 30 years free supply + all dental fees paid on a coconut Island in the Fiji Islands with "boun-cing" hoola-hoola girls!

3)A Taliban head, Turban & Scalp = THE JACKPOT = lifelong supply of Bounty Bars on a coconut island, hoola-hoola girls, complete works of George Bush on CD called "How I won the WARS! + Obama's memoirs, hand written by someone literate, personally signed by Obama and Bin Laden called "How we took the piss out of the world, still are and are still enjoying it!!"

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

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