Internationally disowned satirical website www.TheSpoof.com has made the groundbreaking decision to designate the 31st of October - Halloween - as 'Welsh Day.'
Site administrator Charles Laughton (who played Quasimodo in 'The Hunchback Of Notre Dame') said that it was high time that Wales was awarded the recognition that it deserves, on account of it being sort of stuck to England.
It seems that the editorial department of the Spoof (ie Charles) will only accept stories written in Welsh on Halloween, which in itself is quite remarkable, as Charles himself doesn't speak a word of Welsh.
Laughing heartily in his luxuriously appointed Mayfair office as he chowed down on a cheese toastie and a pickled egg (at least he had the good grace to open a window) Charles - known to friends and associates for some inexplicable reason as 'Mark' told Skoob News:
"It's true. The Spoof has to be seen to be doing its bit for ethnic minorities. Like the Welsh. I expect that masterchev will be firing in loads of Welsh stories on Halloween, and that's okay. Editorial may be a bit problematic though, because I don't speak Welsh, so there's always the possibility that cranky nutjob stories about mosques and suchlike may slip through editorial. But it isn't really a problem, because I doubt that Osama Bin Laden speaks Welsh, so we'll be safe from the threat of Jihad."
Meanwhile, the juggernaut that is the Spoof collaboration rumbles on, largely supported by masterchev. Who is a Welsh Evertonian, a dichotomy described by avid Spoof reader Martin Shuttlecock as 'a match forged from the molten fires of hell.'
Get them sheep in Blodwyn!
Oh shit - we swore we wouldn't mention sheep. Only positive things about Wales like Richard Burton, Ryan Giggs, Mark Hughes and Joe Calzaghe.
But then you dear reader knew that Skoob News can never be trusted.
More as we get it.
October 31st - Welsh Day.