Wednesday, November 9, 2011


I don't know if you've seen this story in the news yet, but trust me - this wasn't fabricated for the National Enquirer!

In Zimbabwe, a man named Sunday Moyo was arrested when he was caught having sex with a donkey. He did have a unique defense, however, when he was brought before the magistrate to be charged:

"Your worship, I only came to know that I was being intimate with a donkey when I got arrested. I had hired a prostitute and paid US$20 for the service at Down Town nightclub, and I don't know how she then became a donkey."

Now that's paying for a bit of ass!

Sunday Moyo also claims that he is in love with the donkey and that he may be a donkey in human form as well.

And that's how the story played out in the real world, the Trueniverse, Earth Prime.

But in Toobworld, as you might expect, there's more to the story......

On Earth Prime-Time, Sunday Moyo's story is real.

Magic and witchcraft are integral parts of Life in the TV Universe. 'Hex', 'Supernatural', 'Bewitched', 'Tabitha', 'Sabrina The Teen-Age Witch', 'Passions', 'The X-Files' (a few episodes), 'I Dream Of Jeannie', 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer', and now 'The Secret Circle' are all accepted in Earth Prime-Time, with far fewer discrepancies between their basics than is the case with the vampire TV series like 'True Blood', 'Being Human', 'Moonlight', and 'The Vampire Diaries'.

On 'Bewitched', witches and warlocks could change themselves into other people, animals, even into inanimate objects. In fact, when a witch has outlived their effectiveness in magic, they are mandated to transform themselves into something useful.

So in Toobworld, Sunday Moyo was bonking a witch who made a little money on the side as a prostitute. And in order to avoid detection, she transformed into a donkey just before they were discovered in the act.

After all, who's going to jail a donkey for prostitution? (Although Tennessee did once hang an elephant for murder.)

You know who would have covered this story as the truth? Not your Daily Planets, or your L. A. Tribunes, or your NY Ledgers. Not even the National Inquisitor.

But the World Chronicle would have blared the truth in a banner headline:


Since the show takes place in Zimbabwe, the only show I found that could be tied in to such a story was 'African Skies', which was broadcast in the early '90's. Sunday is just a few years younger than the two boys of that show; his televersion may have known them.


Originally, I was thinking that the subject heading should be "Sunday Go To Bleeping Prose", but I've got a back back so I can't stoop that low for a pun.....

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