Since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak bizarrely decided that the protesters in Cairo hated everyone in the government except him, things have gone south. "In fact, Hosni Mubarak's ability to draw innately incorrect inferences is incredible. The people of Egypt hate only him and the rest they hate due to association with him," said a former tourist, now working as a stranded foreign national in Cairo airport.
Tour guides unable to cancel thousands of reservations have quietly amended the itinerary. The original 6 days/7 nights package now reads "6 days/7 nights and 1 riot". The brochures now read "A cruise down the Nile to Luxor and a riverside view of mobs torching government buildings. A fantastic view of the Sphinx and a distant view of middle -class residents patrolling with machettes to keep the looters with machetes at bay. "
An Indian Remix "Uncle", the technical term for dweebs who insist on remixing classics, has taken the popular song from The Bangles titled "Walk Like An Egyptian" to a rather fast-paced neo-rock track called "Protest Like An Egyptian".
Dictator takes to Facebook?
In the latest update Hosni Mubarak has allegedly "friended" former Tunisian dictator Ben Ali on Facebook and the two have set up a page: "I hate protesters wanting Freedom and such-like".