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Friday, 26 February 2010

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The Kit Kat

We all know how the advert goes.

"Have a break. Have a Kit Kat"

What we don't concentrate on is the story of the chocolate covered fingers. It's hardly surprising when you consider that people have been murdered in a bid to cover up the truth.

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale (1864-1892) the grandson of Queen Victoria was a sexual hedonist and a frequenter of brothels. He frequently enjoyed a good four fingers from women of dubious origins. A member of the Royal Family should not be known to enjoy such practices. For this reason a group of Free Masons formed the Kit Kat club, a band of brothers united in saving the monarchy. They adopted a four fingered chocolate covered wafer biscuit as their emblem.

The Kit Kat club met secretly in Whitechapel and they brutally murdered women who had given the Prince a going over with their fingers. Once they were all dead the Kit Kat club appeared to disappear from the scene. However, in Berlin in 1994 a club of the same name was opened. The sexual freedom of the club would be something Prince Albert Victor would have approved of.

Recently a special two fingered version was introduced to commemorate Winston Churchill, who liked a finger or two in his younger days.

Have a break. Have a Kit Kat.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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