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BLS Barf Bucket Challenge

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    A new fundraising tactic launched by the Bullies Lunchmoney Foundation could literally go viral.  Bullies Lunchmoney Foundation, or the BLS (no one knows why it's not the BLF), has been having trouble collecting lunch money lately.  It seems that normal kids are sticking up for each other and not giving in to the bullies' demands for lunch money. 

    Inspired by the ALS's ice bucket challenge, the BLS devised a barf bucket challenge in which they threaten people who they think are physically weaker than they are to give them lunch money or have a bucket full of barf poured on their head.

    "The name is kind of misleading because we are having a hard time filling the buckets with barf.  We were hoping Costco sold big buckets of barf, but for some reason they don't," remarked BLS spokesman Corey Danks.  "We don't know where we will get the barf now, maybe carnival rides, or Chuck-E-Cheese, or, like, a pond of barf.  Luckily, we're pretty smart so we'll figure it out.  For right now, we just wrote the word barf on the buckets and filled the buckets with everything in the fridge."

    Since its introduction in Garland, Texas last week, the puke bucket challenge has raised an estimated $23.75 from the kids that go to Mountain Crest High School, Danks says.

    "These kids are actually quite generous. They always choose to donate their lunch money.  They say they feel sorry for us.  Whatever that means," Danks said.

    "But we're bullies, so it doesn't matter what they do.  We still douse them anyway," Danks added, "It's pretty funny."

    Although they have yet to reveal how they will spend their proceeds, the BLS assures it will go to a good cause, like paying back their parents for all the food they took out of the refrigerators.

    The twist to this story is that normal kids have begun to sell apparel with a "Barf Vader" logo.  The best seller is a baby onesie (photo on the left).  John Otterden, spokesman for the normal kids, says the group has raised over $100,000 dollars and will use the proceeds to create anger management programs for the bullies.