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Tuesday, 21 December 2010

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Stranded Heathrow tourist decides to join the annual horrow show called Xmas!

Heathrow Airport, UK, are a bunch of incapable losers claim many stranded tourists hoping to escape the "Christmas tinsel plastic hell" that the British festive season has turned into.

Due to the terrible weather Heathrow seem to be totally hopeless compared to other major European airports in moving their travellers, snow or no snow.

Most UK travellers are desperate to leave the UK and escape the awful commercial show that Christmas UK has to offer and now Heathrow have come up with an even more imbecilic idea:

To compensate the passengers stranded at the airport the Heathrow authorities have promised to put on a Christmas party to end all Christmas parties, in fact the biggest in the world.

Father Christmas's, trees, decorations, fairies, pantomimes, free booze, Christmas puddings and cold turkey sandwiches are all being laid on. Heathrow have even booked Sir Cliff Richard, Slade and Wham to perform their legendary (awful) Christmas hits.

When the party plans were announced desperate Passengers were either seen stampeding for the exits or grabbing decorative streamers to wrap around their necks so they could hang themselves from the highest Christmas tree available!

Merry X (rated) mas!

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