11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

 Below are some examples of Spoof Text For more getting understanding about Spoof Text, they are:

11 Examples of Spoof Text, Example 1

Bad Dream

Once there was a couple sleeping. The wife had a bad dream. She woke up, and was scared and cried.

Her husband tried to comfort her and asked why she cried. Then she replied: “I had a dream that a very rich and handsome man kidnapped me from you.” Hearing his wife answer, the husband said: “It’s okay, Honey, it was just a dream.” (Also read another article at : 11 Examples of Report Text)

11 Examples of Spoof Text, Example 2

Penguin in the Park

Once a man was walking in a park when he across a penguin. He took it to a policeman and said; “What should I do?” The policeman replied; “Take it to the zoo!”.

The next day, the policeman saw the man in the same park. The man was still carrying the penguin. The policeman was rather surprised and walked up to the man and asked; “Why are you still carrying the penguin? Didn’t you take it to the zoo?” The man replied; “I certainly did. And it was a great idea because the penguin really enjoyed it. So, today I am taking it to the movie”. read more

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

 Below are some Examples of Report Text For more getting understanding about Report Text, they are:

11 Examples of Report Text, Example 1

Komodo Dragon

Do you know what is the largest lizard? This lizard is called komodo. It lives in the scrub and woodland of a few Indonesian islands.

Komodo dragon is the world’s heaviest lizard, weighing 150 pounds or more. The largest Komodo ever measured was more than 10 feet (3 meters) long and weighed 366 pounds (166 kg) but the average size of Komodo in the wild is about 8 feet (2.5 meters) long and 200 pounds (91 kg)

Komodo has gray scaly skin, a pointed snout, powerful limbs, and a muscular tail. They use their keen sense of smell to locate decaying animal remains from several miles away. They also hunt other lizards as well as large mammals and are sometimes cannibalistic.

The Komodo dragon’s teeth are almost completely covered by its gums. When it feeds, the gums bleed, creating an ideal culture for virulent bacteria. The bacteria that live in the Komodo dragon’s saliva causes septicemia, or blood poisoning, in its victims. A dragon will bite its prey, then follow it until the animal is too weak to carry on. read more