Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Blogs, Gnarly Erik

Sunday, 9 March 2008

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Two Hands Shiraz Gnarly Dudes: the mystery continues

Cyberspace - (Rioters): Whitehall's fantasy factory special effects department is the prime suspect behind the sudden disappearance of a UK government civil servant's damning blog.

Civil Serf's mystery vanishing act has been likened to Spoof writer Gnarly Erik's recent exit from satirical blogland.

This followed a distinguished career parodying the assinine antics of Alaska's state legislators convicted of calumny with the Corrupt Bastards Club.

Civil Serf as she has become known in the last five months had relentlessly dished the dirt on Prime Monster Gorgon Brown's administration.

Whitehall mandarins initially ignored her daily rants despite the derision heaped upon their puppet masters.

Suddenly last weekend Civil Serf's blogsite self-deleted.

A senior Drowning Street source said today:

"It was just after the mystery blogette posted a link to Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Shiraz Wine.

"Someone got jittery about paragraphs saying "Gnarly Dudes is named after the gnarlys that stand around all life long looking like they are soldiers ready to be led into battle".

"The bit about "a lush mouth .....shows a great deal of intensity but the fruit is lively although restrained" probably did it for some."

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