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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

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She would have stood for none of this Humpty Trumpty bullshit!

British PM, Theresa May and her dope Foreign Minister, BOJO Johnson have asked the Queen to accept a visit from the king of Timbuktu this year. However, the Queen whilst sitting on her private throne and reading The Daily Star (Which others wipe their rear ends with) thought the visit could cause complications with her relationship with another prestigious royal family, the Kardashians, who she loves!

Theresa and BOJO announced the royal visit in The House of Commons and Labour promptly rejected the idea saying, "What the hell do we want with an unknown king here when we can invite other nutter celebs causing a multi-media revolution? We need publicity, good or bad (That's what Benetton said too after displaying bloody pigs heads on his advertising boards!) and new trade agreements with our cousins after Brexit and not spending millions on polishing the Royal Carriage for the King of Timbuktu (Who?)!"

BOJO, a renowned bungler of anything he does responded, "I told you Theresa darling it was a mistake and now after agreeing with you I agree with the Queen (He tends to be that way, swaying like a flag in the winds of change)."

So instead of the King of Timbuktu, Humpty Trumpty has been invited because as usual, all the queens men could not put Humpty Trumpty together again after falling off his wall, so it's better to invite him now before he falls and cracks completely!

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