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Thursday, 17 March 2011

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Sick for the Wedding

Chinese firm Goodong Enterprises has anticipated a Royal upheaval. They have produced mugs commemorating the forthcoming marriage of Kate & William, but - perhaps knowing something we don't know - they have pictured Prince Harry with Kate Middleton instead of William.

These mugs only cost £9.99 and are ideal for breaking at the Wedding by flinging them at the couple as they pass.

Kate Middleton is unperturbed by the blunder. 'If Harry wants to join in that's OK with us. Then we will be following in his footsteps - we won't be sure who the father is!'

The Queen, who is getting agitated with all the trinkets on sale for the Wedding, considers the spectacle is likely to be a disaster if more trinkets are produced around the wedding theme. 'One is not amused by these cheap trinkets' she said 'and putting Harry instead of William is the sort of mistake Charles would make.'

Another trinket is an ashtray. Unfortunately the word wedding is incorrectly spelt Weeding. Gardeners are keen on this item.

However, one product from Goodong Enterprises has become a great success - they are marketing Kate & Will sick bags with the correct faces. Realising the stomach churning nauseating puke that will be flying on that dreaded wedding day they have hit on the ideal gift to remember the wedding of the century.

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