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Donald Trump Is My Pops, Claims Oompa Loompa

Chocolate Factory City, New Jersey.    An Oompa Loompa named Barton Banger claimed today to be the illegitimate son of Donald Trump.   “Yep.  The Donald is most definitely my Pops,” Mr. 163 more words

Humor

The Great Pants Scare of 2016

i’m putting on my pants. i have done this many times, so i don’t give it much thought.

until.

as i secure my belt, i feel something in my left pants leg. 336 more words

Life

True Confession: I Voted for Ross Perot

Back in 1992 when faced with a choice [?] between “The Return of Bush I” and “Slick Willie from Arkansas,” I opted to cast my vote for neither. 776 more words

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

It’s Friday night, readers!

I’ve been re-watching the Gilmore Girls series for the past few weeks and thoroughly enjoying myself, to be perfectly honest. It’s funny. 318 more words

Friday

Tiny Donald Trump Clones Invade Chicago Candy Factory

Trump City, Illinois.   A group of half-sized Donald Trump clones, known scientifically as “Trump-ettes” invaded and took over a Chicago candy factory today.   “We’re doing this to ensure every piece of candy made in this factory goes directly into the mouths of white children whose parents make over seven figures a year,” the Trump-ettes shouted as they bodily removed every worker from the plant.   53 more words

Religious And Political Satire, And Other Irreverent Humor

Real life Barbie… part 7…

Okay… I must admit that this one wasn’t my idea… it was suggested to me… but I think there might be a market for this Barbie-Loompa doll… maybe… because life is like a box of chocolate-making mutants…

Humor

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

Summary: This is a story familiar to many. Ingenuitive, and slightly wonky, chocolatier Willy Wonka has just released five golden tickets throughout the world. These golden tickets will allow entry to his factory for five lucky children, for one day only, and also guarantee them a lifetime supply of chocolate! 543 more words

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