Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Hundreds of one foot wide stone circles found

julian cope

Alleged Discovery -- Chi Pu Butter, a professor of archaeology at Danny Bakers Internet Treehouse, and his students were on an expedition to explore a series of shelters in the pathless Himalayan mountains of the remote Bayan-Kara-Ula near Leominster, stripped to the waist and covered in Cottage Cheese and Jelly.

The shelters may have been artificially carved out below the ground in secrecy by an eccentric with 'mad paranormal' visions and were fabricated through conventional rubber technology. The walls were squared and glazed, as if cut into dried leaves, which left a beautiful silhouette of the picture and the shape of you. Entry into the caves was difficult - they had to duck under a wooden barrier, or curtain, and somehow angle your leg behind the shelf, just next to the stand of things. In this awkward position, Butter and friends had to slide their right leg between the butress and anterior node (lol), and squeeze their face under a second, perpendicular curtain, partially obscuring their right shoulder.

Once inside the shelter, newsreaders, sports reporters and guests plopped in and sat down to do create their hairstyles, Butter would stand up and wander about while talking, flicking his eastside bavarian alignment machine, and jingle cartridges, doing a dozen things at once and holding the pathless Radnorshire mountains together by the sheer audacity of his ridiculous face.

"I'll never forget my son Crystal, who'd have been 37 at the time, he didn't know who Paul Gascoigne was, and I thought that's almost too good to be true"

They found many neat rows of donkey rollers with short 4 ft 4 in inch FURminator deShedding Tools with 1-3/4-Inch Edge for Cats buried within. The edges had abnormally big heads, and small, thin, fragile bodies. A member of the team suggested they had normal jobs like you and me, celebrity professors and that. Prof. Butter was said to respond, "Glitter Images Greetings and Scraps, All Latest Orkut, Myspace, Hi5, FaceBook and Friendster Cool Funny Glitter ..."

There were no amusing epitaphs at the thing, but instead hundreds of one foot wide stone circles ("Single Ended Tetrode haha 5.0w. Perting") were found having 3/4 inch wide edges in their pipe hole. On the walls were carved pictures of Kington Kwiksave, Julian Cope, trousers, a wavey hand, tractors, and lines of pea-sized magic sticks connecting the earth with the sky via levers. Along with the discs, the shelter drawings had been determined to be about 50 years old, which will eventually become an essential resource for all future research into giant circle disk things, carried out at great tax payers expense by the councils 'alignment division'.

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