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South Korea's Park stresses over North Korea challenge

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20 December 2012

SEOUL, South Korea --

Newly elected South Korean president, 60 year old Park Geun-hye, is "stressing" about the challenge that Kim Jong-un has made her.

The North Korean has proposed the conflict between the two countries be settled by a table tennis match between the leaders. Whoever wins the match gets to take over and slaughter as many people as they want.The last time the two nations met for a table tennis match was at the London Olympics where South Korea came out on top but Park doubts her own abilities:"It's been such a long time since I played, I'm not sure I can do it," she said.

However Kim Jong-un is feeling confident, "That weak bitch only became president because she was doing free blowjobs, I can easily destroy her."

The date for the match is Christmas Day, however it will not be broadcast for the reason that as soon as the winner is crowned, the loser will have their genitals cut off.

It is being hosted at an unknown place to prevent any American or European intervention, because, according to Kim Jong-un it would "spoil the show".

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