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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

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One of the B&B's (Extreme Left) which Rosie O'Donnell bought and renamed Grayling's Little Willy B&B #1.

LONDON - Sir Elton John saying that he has just about had his fill of Chris Grayling and his anti-gay rantings has challenged Lord Graybloke, as Sir Elton calls him, to a singing match.

He went on to say that the loser of the singing contest has to move to San Francisco, California.

The 63-year-old native of Middlesex stated that he was glad to hear that one of his his closest American female friends Rosie O'Donnell had purchased two B&B's in Grayling's home town.

Sir Elton stated that he has been in contact with fellow British singers George Michaels and Boy George and that the three have agreed to form a corporation that will deal strictly with purchasing B&B's.

The man who sang about "Tiny Dancer" said that he has named their new company, "Tri-Queens of The Thames." He went on to say that the sole purpose of TQTT will be to buy up as many B&B's near Grayling's home as possible.

When Sir Elton was asked who is the CEO of TQTT, he smiled, took a sip of his Kiwi Margarita and replied, "We haven't got us a CEO. We are all equal partners. And like our company brochure will say, 'We are bloomingized beautiful business queens who know what queening is all about we does crikies we do."

In other news. The very serious verbal feuding that had been going on between Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Nicolas Sarkozy has ended. Putin says that as soon as he told Nicky that he was getting ready to fire a dozen missiles into Paris, he received a text message from the French president stating, "Most honorable Comrade Putin, I, a humble and meek Nic Skarkozy, leader of the country of France wholeheartedly apologize to you for acting like the spineless twit that I sadly am."

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