LONDON - Britain's Bus Bureau, known as the BBB, has just announced that it is in the process of starting to eliminate all double decker buses.
Reginald F. Quibbenshire, a spokesperson for BBB stated that since the numbers of people riding public transportation has increased two-fold, they have decided to phase out the old two decker buses and replace them with brand new state-of-the-art triple decker buses.
Quibbenshire remarked to The Ta Ta For Now News Agency that the TDB's have been used in Guatemala for the past three years and they are working like a charm.
Britain's Bus Bureau wanted all public bus riders to know that they do not plan on raising the price of the bus tickets.
They have let it be known that the added revenue from the advertisements on the third deck will help pay for the cost of the new buses.
Queen Elizabeth was asked what she thought about the idea of the new triple decker buses. She replied that she had first suggested the idea back in 2009, and she wondered what took the BBB so bloody, bloomin' long to get the ball rolling.
SIDENOTE: The BBB stated that the buses are being manufactured by a company in Vietnam since they submitted the lowest bid out of 40 bus manufacturing companies throughout the world.