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Friday, 30 April 2010

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A boring "Queens Day" in Holland passes by, no assassination attempts just "Queens" acting like they always do, BORING!

After last years feeble attempt to attack the Dutch Royal Family on Queens Day the security around the family was so heavy that the day passed without incident.

The other "Queens Day" celebrated parallel to the real thing was also a pretty boring affair. Gays dressed up in pink floating down the Amsterdam canals and pretty well "much ado about nothing" although there were a couple of minor accidents; Gays getting their tongues stuck down the throats of their partners whilst snogging to deep in public, pretty normal in Holland.

Also several Gay partners forgot to "bend-over" whilst passing under the very low Amsterdam canal bridges, whoops, head-less job!

It was a pretty dull Queens day in Holland compared to all the excitement of last year, in fact, Holland decided to lock up all of their Loonies instead of giving them a day of Amnesty hence no attempted assassination of the Royal Family by a Loonie in a Seat 600!

As for the other "Queens" well they "bent over backwards" to shock the Dutch public, but after so many GAY PARADES, nobody gives a shit, actually, the Amsterdamer's prefer a good joint, a Heineken and a "LEKKER KOPJE KOFFIE!"

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