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Thursday, 26 June 2014

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Absolute bollocks.

The Uruguayan FA are claiming that they have cracked the mystery of what that "big thing in the sky at night" really is.

In an official statement released today, the FA claim to have found unequivocal proof that the moon is a highly elaborate projection from a contraption situated in Eton. The Uruguayan organisation go on to state that they have known about this "obvious forgery" for a considerable amount of time and could not fathom how other countries had been taken in so easily by this "obvious English lie".

With this revelation finally being revealed, The Uruguayan FA is now turning its attention onto other urgent issues, such as what colour do red and blue really make when mixed, did England really invent football, and who really won the Second World War? The Uruguayan president has financially backed the aforementioned projects as the world should "refuse to buy such obvious fabrications from island stealing racists with ulterior motives".

Whilst David Cameron is yet to comment on the Uruguayan's findings, allegedly because he is too busy sniggering into his tea, the progressive South American country will continue to investigate already over-analysed matters, hellbent on finding the real truth that others are purely to blind to see.

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