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Sunday, 31 July 2011

Once upon a time it was decided that the time had come for the man to go on holiday, but he couldn't part with his flat so he thought up a plan,

"Why not take your flat on holiday with you, for you could be on holiday and at home the same time.

The next plan was to disconnect the flat from the rest of the block.

The flat was unbolted from Axmayes Lodge and lowered down to the ground by crane then loaded onto the back of a lorry.

The lorry had a passenger compartment at the front where the man and his cousin sat, but it was also a car station so the car which the man's cousin was driving could remain on the lorry until they got to Warners Duckpit Holiday Village in Hayling island, a holiday camp where people stay in their own homes which they have taken on holiday with them.

For lunch Tony Spitter and his cousin got out of the car inside a lorry and went into the Devil's Punchdrunk Bowl Restaurant in Hindlegs, Surrey, then they sped off and continued on the rest of the journey down the AA.3 road, towards Shavant, and crossing over into Hayling Island.

The holiday camp was in Dog Mess Lane.

Once at the camp the car was unloaded from the lorry and left through a hatch at the side, then the flat was undocked from the lorry and bolted into the ground.

Once this was done the man went into his flat (now on holiday) and had his tea.

Taking your own home on holiday with you had the advantage that you didn't have to pack your stuff into a suitcase for it was already there in your flat, saving you the ordeal on having to pack and unpack.

Also the other advantage was that you could take your own computer with you for it was already in your flat which you took with you on holiday.

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

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