L'Aquia, Italy-- President Obama made two major mistakes at an informal luncheon today for families of the G-8. There wasn't any diplomatic damage done, but President Obama will be spending lots of time in the White House doghouse when he returns to Washington.
The President saw Gordon Brown and Carla Bruni sitting together on a large sofa before the luncheon began. The families were busy mingling together before the meal and Obama wanted to introduce his daughter to Gordon and Carla.
"President Brown and Queen Carla, I'd like you to meet my daughter Elephantitis. We call her Elly for short." said the President. "Michelle and I decided to follow the Chinese policy of one child per family; so Elly is an only child." boasted the silly president.
"It's nice to meet you, Elly." said Gordon Brown. "But I'm really the Prime Minister, and I believe France got rid of their monarchy in 1789." he said with a smile.
Carla Bruni was trying not to laugh as she greeted Elly in French. "C'est bon tres crepe suzettes!" she finally gasped.
President Obama's other daughter, Trichonosis, heard the conversation. She went over to the pair to cry and complain.
"Well I'm sorry, Tric, or whatever the hell your name is. Who's the crackhead that named you guys, anyway?? I must have been really stoned when you were born, I really forgot all about you." said the confused president.
Suddenly, the sofa that Gordon Brown and Carla Bruni were still sitting on began to move and to talk! It wasn't a sofa at all, but President Obama's mother-in-law. She is often mistaken for furniture. One time someone thought she was a dumpster. The shapeless, nameless, pointless, clueless mother-in-law then began shouting at Obama.
"I is the one to name 'em, dumbass. You really is half honkey and all donkey, like everyone says. I saw the names in some medical book and liked them."So what's on the menu for lunch??" said the sofa.
Gordon Brown and Carla Bruni saw the outburst as their chance to slip away. They quickly exchanged glances and quietly slipped away from the very, very strange First Family.