President Barack Obama has encouraged world leaders to put aside their differences and join him for an idle 'chin-wag' sometime at the G20 summit to talk about things that may or may not be relevant to the global economic recovery.
On the eve of the G20 summit Obama said, 'bend my ear into whatever shape you want, lets just have a chin-wag about anything at all and sort everything out. Period'
He went on, 'its so nice, to get away from everything that's going on at home, the First Lady, you know, she has just come on, and it is not a very pleasant place to be right now.'
President Obama said the US would play a central role at the summit by supplying a vast array of heavily fortified biscuits and armored pretzels to be served on a first come first served basis.
When asked by reporters what he was hoping to get from the meeting, he answered to much laughter, 'well I'd sure hope to get at least get one of the pretzels.'
'I don't know what I'm doing here to be frank. Everybody knows I'm not strong on figures. What I don't know about economics isn't worth knowing. But it is well worth making a note of.'
World leaders are gathering in South Korea for the two-day jolly where they will swap anecdotes about starving children whilst having their toe-nails clipped between the teeth of a soon to be executed retard.
Washington is said to disgusted at the use of a retard for such a task.
A spokesman said, 'we normally send them to the front line. They have no fear of death. In fact we believe they are more scared of toe-nails.'