Embassy Staff Disappointed Mysterious White Powder Not Cocaine

By Barry Hussein, TEL AVIV  РCanadian Embassy staff here are reeling from the discovery that a mysterious white powder found in an envelope sent to the embasssy is not cocaine.

“We wanted to snort it so bad,” ejaculated Bismark Suffolk, 20, an immune¬†diplomat who heard about the powder. “But they said they weren’t sure it was cocaine, so we’d better not,” he went on.

No one contacted by The Brutal Times had a clue whut the powder was or where they were.

Full disclosure: The Brutal Times only thought about contacting people.

Still, other underground bloggers at CNN and the rest lost interest soon after it became known that some cute pet stories had been leaked by WikiLeaks.

“It’s a no-brainer,” quipped Hazel Badge, 8, a stringer for InfoSandwich News Services. “Unless that powder’s going up a cute puppy’s nose, people are gonna lose interest faster than you can say “Don’t taze me, bro.”

Or are they, bro?

About Barry Husein

A ferocious intellect, Barry Hussein is not for everybody. Twisting and frugging the nite away, Hussein entices us to sniff his mink sweatpants. Covered in cake, he muses, "Sometimes the hardest sweatpants to fill...are your own."
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One Response to Embassy Staff Disappointed Mysterious White Powder Not Cocaine

  1. fiona jawne says:

    Aw, hooey!