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Friday, 20 May 2011

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"Waiter! There's a whorsefly in my soup!"

Shergar, County Louse - A 500-gallon drum of the strong stuff has seen the Queen vow to inseminate flagging House of Windsor genomes.

The Irish national equine center gift will hopefully inject some much-needed spunk into the current mutant bloodlines, a racing source advised

"They need to breed out frightful-looking freaks like grandchildren Princess Bea and Eugenics - er...Eugenie!" the Ballybollox Stud head of genetic modification explained.

"It's little wonder they shoved Edward and Sophie's cross-eyed brat Louise to the back of royal wedding snaps before the camera lenses cracked under the strain!"

First to be offered several UVF** - er...IVF! - cycles of the high-octane Irish sperm are likely to be the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Newlywed bride Kate is said to be straining at the cervix to accommodate a succession of blanks fired by her husband during a
recent honeymoon shagfest.

The two-week taxpayer-funded holiday is reaching its climax this weekend ahead of the couple's reported attendance at a State Banquet for President Obama next Wednesday.

"What's the betting they'll smuggle perky-arsed Pippa into the Buckingham Palace presidential suite once Michelle's out for the count, eh?" the royal correspondent for Whorse & Hound asked in the paper's editorial today.

"11/10Fav!" Aintgottaprayer.con's shagging prognostications division predicts on its weekly update column.

**The UVF - or Ulster Volunteer Farce - is a Northern Irish loyalist paramilitary group. Officially it does not conduct fertility treatment, its website advises.

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