Written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

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Be careful of this particular Swiss "Federer" it could be a cloned "Suicide Bomber"!

Muslims have rejected the invitation to sculpture the Swiss mountain peaks into the shapes of Minarets (earlier Jaggedone classic Spoof, bigheaded Bastard!) and their infamous, rogue leader, Bin Laden, has now threatened to bomb Switzerland.

He has a slight difficult logistic problem as all of his warriors are busy bombing the crap out of everybody in Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, etc, and are dressed in their summer mountain-look attire!

As winter is about to set in, Bin Laden is frightened that his "Suicide Bombers" would look slightly out of place in their summer uniforms, wandering the streets of snowy Geneva, Bern or Zurich, Brrrrrr, freeze your nuts off.!

He attempted to persuade Swiss mountain cows coming off of the mountains, mentioning cows are, "holy creatures and guided by Allah and Hindu's" (what the f**k have Hindu's in common with Muslims?) and they could be used as suicide bombers, especially as no-one would search their cow-bells (perfect place to hide his bombs).

Not such a brilliant idea so he's decided to clone his suicide-bombers into Roger Federer look-alikes (dark and swarthy our Roger!) infiltrate Switzerland, bomb the crap out of the place and teach the Swiss a lesson or two in Minaret building!

Only place his Roger Federer clones are not allowed to bomb is the Swiss National Bank, Bin Laden has personal interests there, his multi-millions + that other interest!!!!

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

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Topics: Osama Bin Laden




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