London UK: A Spoof Magazine Editor, who shall be nameless, has written a "tell all" book on how to succeed as a spoof writer.
Boarding a BOA flight to Botswana for a little rest and relaxation, the nameless editor confided to a London Times reporter that writing for "The Spoof" was quite easy. That is, if you knew the formula. To which the reporter replied "righto, what formula?"
"This formula", the nameless editor replied:
Sentence=Name of first Character + Action + Body Parts + Name of Second Character
Characters may include any world public, sports, political or entertainment personalities (male and female). Characters must exclude the name of the current ruling British Sovereign or Royal family (not always enforced).
Action signifies operations involving the characters and their various Body Parts, to be defined next.
Body Parts is self explanatory, usually being sexual in English or slang. But the term can accommodate "kinky" actions employing more mundane Body Parts.
"There you have it", concluded the nameless editor.