UnNews:First Saddam sighting in Texas
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31 December 2006
Gun Barrel City, Texas
Billy Ray Bob Joe Jim Young, an appalled Gun Barrel resident: "I went to fill up my 70 gallon gas tank SUV at the local gas station, when this gentleman, wearing a cowboy hat, smoking a cigar and carrying a double-barrel shotgun came out to fill up my tank".
"I looked at him and told him: 'Y'all look a bit familiar, are we going to the same church?'
And he looked at me with those angry eyes and said, with a very heavy Irqai accent:'I don't think so. I'm Sunny'.
I said:' Well I'll be god darn it! You sound just like those A-rabs I was gunnin' down in I-raq back in 1991. You sure came long way to fill my tank!'
He puffed his cigar for a minute and I saw his index finger tightening around the trigger and then he told me, quietly: 'In the name of Allah, if I were you, I'd drive on now, and I wouldn't look back'. And with this final word he walked back into his booth where I heard Riders On the Storm playing from. I tell you, at this minute, I realized who he was: Saddam Hussein! And those I-raqis were supposed to hang him dead! I got the shivers and just drove off".
While authorities in the US refused to comment on the issue claiming it to be "complete and utter horseshit" a high level source in the Iraqi government commented simply by stating: "Ladies and gentlemen, Saddam has left the building. Good night."
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