Reporting Scandal Exposed - A recent report published in an imaginary newspaper about an imaginary man who abandoned his imaginary Kingdom has proven to be completely imaginary. Media Experts believe the entire story is the figment of an imaginary journalist's imagination. In a recent leak at the imaginary newspaper in question, these shocking revelations were uncovered:
> Imaginary Citizens were made up.
> Reports of social disorder were "Imaginary"
> Feelings of imagined despair were just fiction
The report purported to reveal a crisis in an imaginary Kingdom but has failed to back it up with any kind of hard evidence. A dossier has been made available to the Imaginary Press Complaints Commission, who is pretending to investigate. Oxford University's Professor of Realness said:
"As a scientist, I have to use my imagination every day, and not about silly things like imaginary kingdoms. To suggest that somebody couldn't continue to fool themselves into thinking that they lived in an imaginary kingdom is unbelievable; even a child could do this with little or no imagination. Personally, I think it's more likely that people are just imagining that they have read this article; it probably doesn't even exist, just like the paper that published it. There seems to be only one grain of truth in all of this, and that that the whole thing was somehow "made up". And that you have to be stuck up and clever to make things up, just like me"