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Sunday, 23 January 2011

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Kyle promises a cuddly toy if you cant spear a fish

Fair Trade and Customs Services today revealed the extent at which Britain is almost always mostly wrong. Revealed today under the Freedom of Information Act, people living in the British Isle's are more likely to lose. It seems that much of the blame has been allayed at the exiting Labour government's doorstep, but rumours suggest this needn't be so.

Traditional Labour supporter Glyn Mcfinn said:

"It isn't Labour's fault for all of this mess. England loses at Cricket, Football and Rugby on a regular basis. Just because we lost the election, doesn't mean we've left a legacy of disappointment."

However, traditional British trends seem to point to a different conclusion.

Midge, from Mingehampton, gave us this intriguing insight:

"People have been running their luck in England for ages, I can't remember the last time I managed to get away from Tasco's with half my shopping up my coat. It just goes to show, 9 times out of 10 your wrong!"

Although this helps to allay pictures of doom and destitution, we found a much more upbeat outlook at the local traveller and roaming gypsy site.

Kyle, who runs the local darts and goldfish stall at the fair said:

"The more people that are wrong, the better. People think we don't give a toss about the fish we gamble, but it just isn't true. People play fruit machines every day, and 9 times out of 10 their wrong!"

(Further details of Kyles fascination with fish were too graphic to print)

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