Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Greece, Atlantis, Neptune

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

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Now to be seen underwater in Neptune's front garden!

The "Sword of Damocles" hanging over the EU in the form of a major debt crisis caused mainly by Greek corruption has suddenly been lifted.

During the night Greece disappeared off of the face of the earth because it was swallowed by Greek God Neptune and is now an underwater state called "The New Atlantis". The Acropolis and other ancient sites could be seen under the surface below the pristine waters of the Aegean sea.

Surviving Greeks fled towards Albania, Turkey and Cyprus hoping that they would be welcomed with open arms by their ex-enemies, but they were told to, "fuck off," in Greek. So they headed for Libya where there's plenty of room now that the massive head of Gaddafi has been rolled over.The other nations within the EU regret that Greece has been swallowed up by Neptune, but to be honest they don't really give a shit.

Travel agencies have been inundated with requests from deep sea divers wishing to visit The New Atlantis so they have promised to set up guided tours, package holidays and luxury cruises to the area.

European banks owed billions by Greece have been forced to write off their debts and hope the same doesn't happen to Spain, Italy and Portugal, otherwise they could be sinking too.

Due to the fact that Greece was swallowed by Neptune, Mediterranean sea-levels rose substantially and it is now possible to book a beach holiday at the foot of the Italian Alps!

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