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Sunday, 25 April 2010

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This has nothing to do with the annual "Loony Show" in London called the Marathon!

England renowned for it's eccentrics, nutty proffesors and Tony blair is being invaded by "Global Loonies" wishing to participate in a spectacle only reserved for Brittania.


The actual race has nothing whatsoever to do with athletics apart from the annual destruction of the rest of the field by Kenyan, Ethiopian skinny marathon "cracks".

The London Marathon is actually a "Global Happening/Outing" of "Looniness" only to be found upon the island and the opportunity to show the world how really "MAD" England is.

Runners dressed as tins of Baked Beans, Ducks, Chickens and other fantasy-full costumes running 42KM in the heat hoping to reach the finish after all of the torture.

This years "Loony Gathering" has had a special, spicy touch added to it, that other great sporting event, The General Election.

Runners with Gordon Brown, Nick Clegg, & David Cameron masks acting like fools whilst attempting to achieve their goals, "much ado about nothing" (pretty much the same as the real bunch actually) will add a special "Loony" effect to the marathon and may the worst man win.

A runner with a Nick Griffin BNP mask on was also seen running, he looked quite strange actually, where on earth did he get those BLACK legs from?

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