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Monday, 25 February 2013

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The car which racked up thousands in fines

"Naughty Peson" Chris Huyne is the villain of the drama about "Noddy And The Speeding Points'. Well meaning,'Tessie Bear', Vicky Pryce was coerced into accepting the speeding points for her "naughty" spouse on her unblemished licence. Naughty Noddy, Chris Huyne told his long suffering wife Vicky Pryce, "Tessie Bear" that "Big Ears", Chris Rennard and 'Mr Plod' Danny Alexander had told him that if, "the little woman" doesn't take the speeding points he would lose the election".

Poor "Tessie Bear", Vicky Pryce, was 'coerced' by 'mental cruelty' to accept the speeding points and to 'take a hit' for the marital team. Vicky Pryce, "Tessie Bear" accepted the speeding points for the sake of her little cubs and for the good of their family 'den'.

Naughty boy, "Noddy", Chris Huyne, was meanwhile having a lovely time driving his little red and yellow car and having fun with those "naughty gnomes" of the Lib Dems who were the villain of the piece. Noddy Huyne got himself into many more scrapes and enjoyed himself 'parping' his car horn and driving irresponsibly and having lots more fun whilst speeding.

Meanwhile his good wife, "Tessie Bear", Vicky Pryce, was struggling to put bread and honey on the table for her little bear cubs. Bad boy "Noddy Huyne" was getting himself into all kinds of mischief and driving around Eastleigh like a lunatic in his lovely, shiny Noddy Car, with Big Ears and Mr Plod.

However, the moral of the story is that the "Naughty Person", Chris Huyne eventually got his come-uppance when he was arrested by an unsympathetic policeman; who caught him driving his Noddy car whilst talking to "Big Ears" on his mobile phone.

Women everywhere are coming out in support of "Tessie Bear", Vicky Pryce;who has been hailed as a martyr for obeying her wedding vows. Feminists have said that Vicky Pryce was conditioned by society into "obeying" a bullying husband who was a "thoroughly bad lot" and a "very naughty little boy". One lady said, "Our sister should have divorced the stupid plonker earlier but was too loyal to that b*****d for her own good."

Enid Blyton fans everywhere have called for the Noddy stories to be reinterpreted as part of the Women Studies course at Brighton University. A sandal wearing, tofu eating, Germaine Greer, said, "Every generation has come to reinterpret well loved works of children's literature for their generation."

Book sellers have reported a 'surge' of buyers asking for works by Enid Blyton asking for the stories where the 'naughty elves', the Lib Dems, stole all poor Noddies, nice new clothes and left him feeling humiliated. A Lib Dem supporter said, "hopefully the Enid Blyton analogy would teach a moral lesson to Huyne that 'being a very naughty little boy' will lead you to being punished very severely by going to prison".

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