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Tripitaka Denies Corn Chip Accusations!!!


Correctives: Tripitaka Denies Corn Chip and Ch*c*l*t* Accusations!!!

"Eeek, boing!!!" Sister Myocardial Infarcta said today, as her suspension from the Corrective Party organisation led to a massive display of nun chucking.

The Audibility General Office is still evaluating whether or not Ms Tripitaka Adelie-Penguin is guilty of misleading the public over her links to a charity trying to wean penguins off their damaging addictions to corn chips and ch*c*l*t*. Ms. Adelie-Penguin is alleged to have used the money to buy a stapler for protection against disgruntled SM nuns who were once dominatrixes of the party before its surprise entry into Parliament by the back door at the last election.

"This is a diversionary tactic, and prevents me from making witty comments about ARF New Zealand and the fact that Belladonna Aokautere-Ropata is being dogged by falsie accusations from flatulent fangbearers who should be banned under the Dog Control Act. Hmmm, come to think of it, I just did."


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