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SARAH PALIN'S ALASKA

by Henrik Ibsen

Sarah: Hi y'all! Welcome to the 50th state! Alaaaaaaska, which I have called home since I crawled up here from somewhere in the American Northwest and which has been the property of the United States since we bought it from the Ruskies for a Big Mac.








*Powerpoint presentation of Alaska ensues*

Sarah: I'm Sarah Palin and I should be vice president! Look at my fleece coat! I bought this at LL Bean with some of your tax money! Then I bought a Big Mac, but it was made of wolves.

ho ho ho

Sarah: Let's take a look at my house! Come on!

*leads around her mansion, which apparently overlooks Moscow*

Sarah: *pointing at a water bed* And that's where the magic happens. Or Trig, in my case. ho ho ho!

*Todd drives up on a snowmobile*

Todd: Hey baby, I just got back from seal hunting and reading the constitution.

Sarah: I love that LL Bean fleece you're wearing.

Todd: Thanks.


*they make out (imagine THIS)*


Sarah: Well, see here folks. That's how we got Lego, Trig, Tractor, Harp, Ferris Wheel, Macadamian Nut and Willow Smith! Just good old family loving, Republican style.


I WHIP MY HAIR BACK AND FORTH

Todd: I'm gonna go chop a Redwood down.


I WHIP MY HAIR BACK AND FORTH

*Sarah composes herself*

Sarah: Wow, let's keep going!

Bristol: MOM WHY AM I DANCING WITH THE STARS I DON'T WANT TO BE ON DANCING WITH THE STARS I HATE THIS I HATE YOU I HATE LEVI I HATE-



*gets eaten by a GRIZZLY BEAR*



Brandy: that is what you get bitch.


Grizzly Bear: rhrjrjrjrrjrjr
*stalks off*

Sarah: Oh I didn't see that coming, but in defense of bears everywhere, she does kind of look like a cream puff, no?

Member of the Tea Party: I WILL KILL THAT FUCKING COMMIE BEAR *grabs gun*
*door*

Alice: I heard there was a tea party?



....






it will just not be this good.
WATCH IT ON TLC (the channel not the band)

Comments

  1. This is your best post yet but I don't get why there are midgets on top.

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  2. I Adore this post.

    I was sold with the Henrik Ibsen ref.

    But I loved the whole thing. Hilary-ious.

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  3. Little people in a big world! Metaphorrrrr

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  4. good god

    I just peed my pants a little

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  5. "*Powerpoint presentation of Alaska ensues*

    Sarah: I'm Sarah Palin and I should be vice president! Look at my fleece coat! I bought this at LL Bean with some of your tax money! Then I bought a Big Mac, but it was made of wolves."

    You are such a 'maverick' for writing this, Brittany!

    "Excellent." – Charles Montgomery Burns

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  6. names of Sarah's kids = best thing i have read all week!

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