Ivana Phuque - Don't Stop Me Now!

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Thursday, 25 February 2010

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Leave The Phuque Alone!

The parents of Swedish speed-skating sensation Ivana Phuque have made a formal request to the world's media to give their large breasted medal winning offspring a break, because they fear that over exposure of her breasts - sorry, best performances - will turn young Ivana Phuque's head and plunge her head first into the pzazzy world of international superstardom.

"She's just a kid," her father Ivada Phuque told us. "It doesn't really matter how spectacular her burgeoning breasts may be - she's a kid. That's the bottom line. She's a kid and she's not ready for all this attention. She may be equipped for it, up front, but she's not ready for it. There's only so much a girl her age can take."

"And at her age, any amount is too much," her mother Gagginforra Phuque endorsed. "You media people want to leave my puppies - sorry, my baby - alone. Just allow her to grow up like a normal kid, why don't you."

Ivana Phuque pleaded with her family not to stop her when she was on the cusp of international superstardom, while Jim, her mentor stared approvingly at her cavernous cleavage.

Ivana Phuque's uncle on her mother's side Inogivva Phuque merely shrugged noncommitally when we asked his opinion.

More Phuque stuff as we get it.

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