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Thursday, 28 May 2009

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17/11/2009 - Great Britain, and the rest of the world, breathed a sigh of relief today, when the Prime minister announced that a date had been set for the end of the credit crunch.

Behind the scenes at downing street, scores of 'economic boffins, social science teachers' and endermol, the producers of big brother, have been working furiously on a solution to the worlds economic problems. After lots of really long and difficult calculations and lots of computer generated simulations on possible outcomes of various situations, it was decided there was only one solution.

Every thing is going to go back to exactly how it was before the credit crunch started ! 17/11 is the date when all bank accounts, mortgages, etc will be adjusted to what they were pre-crunch, thus meaning every body can have their jobs back and start buying stuff.

The boffins have worked out that as everybody will have the money thay were used to, but also the knowledge of what could happen, we will all be really carefull with our money and not be tempted by expensive shiny things, as we will have learned from our mistakes as history has shown we always do.

The 'change over day' is expected to be a televised event, similar to when the berlin wall came down, although its suggested that 'girls aloud' will perform in the 'David Hasstlehoff role,' its unconfirmed that they will wear jackets that 'light up.'

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