WHITE HOUSE staff are rumoured to be working around the clock on the presidential brain after George W. Bush announced he had shared his thoughts with visiting UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Renowned White House watcher and occasional visiting professor of professorial pudintry at the University of Polenta Doctor Ace Space-Face says if the president is sharing his thoughts he'd better make sure he gets them back.
"He only really has one," Dr Space-Face said, "and if that goes then so does George - as a sentient human being."
Using pieces of tin, wire and bubble wrap Dr Space-Face claims to have measured the presidential thought at public appearances.
"It's 'I am George, I run the World'," the freelance thought provoker told The Spoof. "If it has fallen into Brown's hands he could potentially render the US free of effective Government long before the next election."
George W famously shared his thought, "What they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this shit" with Tony Blair.
Fortunately Presidential security staff were able to recover the thought from a sympathetic Mr Blair and deal with it properly - it is believed that it was replaced with the thought, "I Like Pie".
However, the loosed thought, accompanied by the 'Yo Blair' greeting was able to travel round the world's news-wires wreaking untrammelled havoc on presidential cleverness ratings around the World.
Mr Brown has however, used the meeting with his American counterpart to signal a new distance between his Government and American foreign policy and may make off with the thought and could even hand it to Bush's Democratic opponents for their own use against his successor at the head of the Republican Party.
A disdainful White House spokesman responded to The Spoof's request for an update on the presidential thought and its whereabouts warily.
He said: "The President has literally dozens of thoughts each day, many of which he generously shares with colleagues, the media and the peoples of the Free World. I myself have several presidential musings at my home, where they live happily without danger to life, liberty or public property."