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Friday, 30 May 2008

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The Political Correctness Institute has decided to change the titles of many famous songs, as they are concerned one person might be offended by them somewhere. And so here are the top 10 politically correct songs:

  1. 'The Laughing Vertically-Challenged Man With Equal Rights And Opportunities', David Bowie.
  2. 'Stairway To An Unproven Afterlife Area Which May Or May Not Be Symbolic', Led Zeppelin.
  3. 'Working Down A Coal Mine With No Discrimination On the Grounds Of Gender And/Or Sexual Orientation', The Kane Gang.
  4. 'Do They Know It's A Multi-Faith Celebration Of The Birth Of An Israeli Whose Unmarried Mother Has Equal Employment Rights To Men Time?', Bandaid.
  5. 'Let It Be, But Only After Consulting Social Workers, Psychologists and Lawyers To Ensure Adequate Provision Is Made For EU Directives', The Beatles
  6. 'Paint It Afro-American', The Rolling Stones
  7. 'A More Caucasian Shade Of Pale Skin Pigmentation That Implies No Advantages Or Superiority', Procol Harum.
  8. 'In The Underfunded Area In A City Where Positive Discrimination Will Be Practiced Towards Afro-Carribeans And Other MInority Groups', Elvis Presley.
  9. 'Woman, Who Has Equal Abilities And Pay And Employment Laws, But Can Retire Earlier', John Lennon.
  10. 'We Need Lots Of Politically-Correct Education And Brainwashing To Tell Us How To Think', Pink Floyd.

A spokesperson for the PCI, Ms. Foreigna Namea, said: 'Yeah, it's too funny, about 1% of the population has got 60 million under the thumb! Keep giving us your money, Mr. Brown!'

And a government official, Mr. Spineless Yesman, said 'Yes.'

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

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