Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: DNA, Theresa May

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

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Jeremy now knows why he shits his pants when he sees May; she's a fire-spouting, flying dinosaur!

Chinese scientists researching a dinosaur egg have made an amazing discovery! Its DNA is the same as Theresa May's!

The egg seems to be that of a feathered, flying dinosaur, that hovered, attacked and ruled over the planet millions of years ago. British scientists have been running the ruler over May's DNA and it seems that the feathered dinosaur egg contains DNA which is a perfect copy of May's; her behaviour too!

China have offered to send the egg over to the UK so Theresa can greet her long lost family and she cannot wait to get further knowledge about the Dino nicknamed, Baby Louisa (name changed for copyright reasons). The flying dinosaur, is officially called, Beibeilong sinensis; translated into English, Chinese Baby Dragon!

Well, Theresa is no baby, but she sure is a dragon breathing fire at Labour, Europe, and anybody else that dare says "boo" to her! Her followers love watching her hovering above the UK blasting flames of destruction down below as the UK heads towards their instigated, Brexit disaster!

North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un, also has the same DNA as Baby Louisa, however, he cannot hover like Theresa or her dino, he's too damn fat! But he does breathe destructive fire...

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