LONDON - After intensive discussion with Samantha Cameron, David Cameron managed to make a pot in No. 10 Minister for Meals.
The pot, A Tefal 87262/A, will be present at all Cabinet meetings and will take the spot next to David Cameron which is reserved for Nick Clegg.
"This is a new day for the Coalition," he said in a press conference. "We have to be more open. By electing the first ever non-biological entity to the government, we are making a fairer and more equal society, that coincidentally, is Big."
The pot will help make governmental decisions on what Mr. Cameron should have for lunch, dinner or other mealtimes. The pot also supports Mr. Cameron's pro-roast chicken opinions.