Richest piece of "Diamond Dog's Crap" auctioned

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Monday, 15 March 2010


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Sparkly, stinky, diamond doggy masterpiece now for all to wonder at the fab Tate Gallery!

Diamond doggy, Soli from New York swallowed a massive diamond after having several rumblings in his tummy, feeling overwhelmed by hunger, he devoured the giant "sparkler"!

His owners agreed immediately to auction the diamond + Soli's stinking heap at world famous auction house, Notheby's.

Notheby's promptly agreed to sell the "heap of crap + diamond" as the owners demanded that the diamond be sold solely with Soli's heap of natural waste, ponging!

On hearing the news, millionaire dog-lovers, shit collectors, diamond dealers and "crap" artists rushed to buy a ticket for the "stinkiest auction" of the year!

After three days of waiting, nature took it's course and a heap of sparkling, stinking dogs crap was laid on a golden plate and presented to the audience.

It didn't take long before multi-millioniare artist, Damien Wirst (Wirst = German Sausage from a German Sausage dog) snapped up the sparkling, fuming heap and flew it directly over to the Tate Gallery in London per Concorde (what?).

It now stands proudly as a majestic piece of art alongside Jesus depicted in piss and a stuffed camel having a shit, "perfect, wunderbar" cried Damian!

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