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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

World's Shortest Fairytale

Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl, "Will you marry me?" The girl said "No" and she lived happily ever after and went shopping, drank martinis with friends, always had a clean house, never had to cook, had a closet full of shoes and handbags, stayed skinny, and was never farted on.

The End
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Anonymous MissMeliss said...

I especially love the bit about never being farted on. :)

25/9/07 11:05 PM  
Blogger Beth said...

Not only the world's shortest fairytale but one that has a true happily ever after.

26/9/07 4:34 PM  
Anonymous Angela Klocke said...

Clearly JUST a fairy tale - LOL!

26/9/07 6:07 PM  
Blogger Reflekshins said...

I heard a different version:

Once upon a time a girl asked a guy, "Can me and my hot girlfriend move in with you?" The guy said yes and he never had to work again. They paid the rent, made all of his meals and drove him to his favorite bar to invite brand new friends named Jennifer, Amber, Moon, etc to spend the night. Whenever he snapped his fingers, they would all leave but not before making him his favorite sandwich.
The Beginning :)

27/9/07 9:54 PM  

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