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Pelé after France 1-0 Brazil in Germany World Cup.

“Pelé is king of the soccer field. To be king of your kitchen, use Crestfield Wax Paper.”

~ Pelé on his godly wisdom.

“Isn't he the one who plays football?”

~ Oscar Wilde on Pelé

Pelé Edson Watts Nascimento (neé Pelé, October 24, 1940 – December 29, 2022) was a Brazilian professional cricket player. He was the 15th reincarnation of Jesus Christ, and also played professional Ice Hockey under the name Bobby Orr, and American football under the name Randall Cunningham.

Pele was a player who could school anyone. He could teach them math, geometry, and even social economics.

Impoverished childhood[edit | edit source]

Pelé was born in 1941 in the middle of the Amazon jungle with congenital lastnamelessness and a funny accént to impoverished Brazilian nut growers. In a futile effort to overcome his debilitating childhood conditions, he invented the sport of football in 1969, but had to quickly change the name of it to "Bongo!" after the NFL sued the shit out of him for trademark™ infringement. Later we have found out that Bongo! soccer was actually invented by some Chinese guy named Mental Lee-Ill in 12 BC.

Professional soccer career[edit | edit source]

Cover of the first Pele's disc: "Pelé and the Beckenbauers".

During his lengthy professional soccer career which spanned most of the mid-1970's, Pelé singlehandedly scored over many thousands of goals, and finally retired in 1977 when he scored his 9000th goal. There were once those who said that Maradona later scored over 9000 goals, but those people have all now been shot and their families tortured.

Unlikely Adam and Eve incident[edit | edit source]

It is true, although not well know, that Pelé's career started when God created Adam and Eve and Pele. Pele said to Adam "Stay away from Eve mothafucka, shes my bitch" and so it is written they competed over Eve in a game of football. Pele beat Adam but Adam got Eve to pick the Apple from the forbidden tree and pummelled the shit out of Pele's face with it until he died. A couple of million years later Pele was reincarnated and was taken in by famous Jedi warrior - Charlie Chaplin, who taught him how to play football and wear funny hats.

You were warned.

Professional acting career[edit | edit source]

While still at the dizzying heights of his soccer-related popularity, Péle appeared as himself in the famous Nazi-POW-Camp-Football-Team-Escape drama Escape to Victory (1977). This uplifting and moving film beat back competition from other lightweight contenders such as Philadelphia and Rain Man to sweep the board at the 1978 Oscars. Pélé gave a commanding performance as a tough uncompromising footballer who takes on a dodgy film project because the the mortgage is overdue on his Mediterranean villa. Unfortunately Sylvester Stallone and Michael Caine were also in the film.

Semi-retirement and political career[edit | edit source]

After 1977, Pelé went into semi-retirement, becoming an itinerant spokesmodel for Wheaties™, Minoxidil™, and Viagra™. Pelé was one of Oprah's harshest critics. He was the first to point out that "Oprah" sdrawkcab delleps was "Harpo", revealing the true nature of the abomination.

In 2002, Pelé was asked by his native country's leaders to produce and direct a government-sponsored propaganda campaign that urged Brazilian schoolchildren to go to school. The associated hybrid new-wave-fusion-blues-funk-heavy-metal CD (Get Your Brazilian Asses Back to School, Dammit!) went quadruple platinum in less than a week, and the efficiency of the Brazilian education system shot up to an unheard-of record 70%. When the non-stop advertisements were pulled off the Brazilian airwaves some two months later, the efficiency dropped backed down to the usual levels.

In 2005, Pele got the role of dancing soccer player in the Disney Movie "Three Caballeros Strike Again". There was no comment if he's going to star in "The Return of the Three Caballeros".

At the time of his death in 2022 he remained the greatest football player of all time, unlike Maradona, who continues to be a fat cheating coke head.

See also[edit | edit source]