Jerkaffi believes his people still 'laff him'

Funny story written by thetrashtalker

Sunday, 6 March 2011

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi (more commonly known as G-dog) has vowed to die in Libya as a martyr.

"Ma beeble laff mee," said Gaddafi.

Earlier, witnesses protesting at Tripoli's Green square said Gaddafi was the most hated man in the whole world and that even Satan would cower away from this mad dog.

In the eastern city of Benghazi, a Reuters correspondent said that people were sleepwalking and cursing at the delusional leader. "Go out get over sit down get up go to your tent" , they were reported as saying.

Obama has offered his condolences which are long overdue by now. If Obama is good at one thing it's being extremely late for everything. It took many lives and weeks for the slow Obama to finally speak some harsh words about G dog.

The U.N meanwhile urges the Libyans to kill the 69 year old retard. He currently has a price on his head worth over 25 million and 20 million for the other spawn of Satan children of his.

In the eastern town of Al Bayda, resident Charlie Sheen who is currently at the mental institution over there told Reuters by telephone that Muammer Gaddafi must go. "He's like totally curazzzzyyyyy". He said.

Protestors were attacked with wild dogs and boars, he said.

"The only thing we can do now is march up to Muammar Gaddafi's house, give him a piece of our mind and demand to have some of that hair gel he's using. This is wrong. " said Charlie, 108.

Trade sources say that Libyan oil prices 'the only thing they care about' are skyrocketing. They are feigning sympathy in order to get that senile man out so that prices can go back down.

Reporting by Shagoofa Smith.

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