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Friday, 29 November 2013

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The embattled Forehead with Cameron

It has been revealed that the Prime Ministers colossal Forehead is set to have its own television show.

It is believed the move is designed to deter the Forehead from upstaging it's owner at all public appearances and political television shows and toe the line with what is coming out of the silver spooned Mouth.

The Forehead has recently garnered more attention as it appears to be elongating and furrowing at a hyperexcessive rate.

Newly appointed Head of Forehead matters Ed Davey has said the comedy show will "exclusively portray the Forehead".

Hired show creator Graham Linehan promises(of the Forehead) "all of it's expressive ripples and changing shades and perpetually uneasy stand off with particularly obnoxious hair."

He continued, "It's a kind of peninsula that also has to contend with the smug Face at the other end but without the schmuck mush confusing things(see picture) Forehead should flourish with sincerity."

When quizzed as to why the Forehead will be funny without the conflicting, strained facial expressions of it's owner, Linehan replied "It's gonna be called A Diary of a Forehead of a Prick".

Plans are also already in place for the Forehead to host a Rafael Nadal versus Roger Federer exhibition tennis match, which would be the first ever sporting event to take place on an out of touch Prime Minister.

After the famous '97 volleyball match atop Tony Blair's first face which was considered in touch at the time of course.

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