LONDON - Famed British motion picture producer Reginald Chiswicket has just announced that he, in conjunction with Castle Moat Pictures, will soon begin production on the World War II holiday epic entitled, Ho, Ho, Ho.
The film is x-rated due to vulgar language, explicit sex scenes, and a naked game of rugby between the film's three stars Monica Mint, Chloe Mafia, and Jennifer Thompson and some half dozen British RAF pilots.
The movie is set in war torn England during the summer of 1944, in the English town of Upper Tooting.
The three women are cast as British prostitutes who ply their trade at Miss Hattie Anne's House of Blue Lights in the quaint little village known as UpToot.
Hattie Anne, herself was a soiled dove, but she has long since retired from the 'nooky for money' business. She said that over a period of ten years she earned £200,000 [$308,000 U.S.].
She smiled and said that she was able to purchase a Rolex watch which she had always wanted, along with some fancy peignoirs from Victoria' Secret, a crown that once belonged to Queen Elizabeth, and a nice little quaint castle in Cricklewood for her so very understanding husband Sir Huxley Gardenshire, III.
In the movie Monica portrays Tiffany Wripple, a woman who has been married and divorced four times because she cannot hold true to her marriage vows.
Chloe portrays Ginger Badminton, a waitress who worked at The Spitfire Pub but had to quit because she got tired of going home with pinch marks all over her arse (ass).
And Jennifer Thompson portrays Trudy Croftcock, who worked in a bake shop and ended up quitting because men were always coming in and asking her if they could have a taste of her cookie (singular).
At the beginning of the film the three girls answer and ad in the London Hand-Held Daily Mirror which calls for 'three prostitutes, no experience needed, will train, underwear provided, and great dental benefits.'
Right away the three girls hit it off and in no time they become the most sought after ho's in all of Upper Tooting as well as London proper.
SIDENOTE: The film's producer Reginald Chiswicket has already secured the rights to the sequel Ho, Ho, Ho, - The Sluts Donate Their Service Fees To Aid In The Fight Against That Blimey Bloomin' Bastard Hitler.