Written by Frank Krishner
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Topics: India, Blackberry

Monday, 16 August 2010

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Ms Swillmouth threatened to go bald

New Delhi (India): The Canadian Blackberry has made several Indian politicians scream blue murder, even as the Indian stock markets begin resembling a half-sozzled cowboy in a Texas rodeo. It all began when the Indian Farmer's Cooperative discovered a bug in the Blackberry, which caused tremendous consternation all around.

"It's a bug called New Delhi manufactured in England and implanted in the Canadian Blackberry to offer resistance to the good old Indian values of Paki bashing," Agriculture Minister FlubberMouth Patel told India's hyper-agitated Press men.

The Canadian Blackberry in the past few months had eaten into the market share of the Gujarati Guava, the Mumbai Mango, and Parsi Potato, causing the fruit and veggie market to rock and roll.

Noted Agitationist and Left Wing leader Bindi Carrots called for a nation wide protest against Canadian BlackBerrys of every shade, size, colour and description. "This is worse than the Western Imperialist BT Brinjal . Our research shows that consumers of Canadian Blackberry have developed nervous ticks, hearing loss, and have taken to jumping out of their skins every time the word 'e-mail' is mentioned."

Meanwhile Right Wing demagogue Sushma Swillmouth has threatened to shave her head and walk around without her false teeth unless the Indian Government ensures that an equal amount of Indian Blackberries, known as Kala Jamun are offloaded on Canada. "Let's show them that we Indians are far better buggers," she declared.

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