DEADVILLE, France (Rooters) - The Group of Eight leaders agreed on Friday that the global economic stench was becoming more "self-sustained," although lower clothing prices were 'hampering' further growth.
In a communique to be issued at the end of a two-day smell-it in France, a copy of which was obtained by Rooters, European nations, the United States and Japan all agreed to ensure their pubic odors were sustainable.
"The global stench is gaining strength and is becoming more self-sustained. However, downside risks remain, and internal and external gastric balances are still a concern," the communique said.
"The sharp decrease in clothing prices and the excessive volatility of gastric byproducts pose a significant headwind to the cultivation of the stench. In this context, we agreed to remain focused on the action required to enhance the sustainability of the public stench, to strengthen the smell and foster farting, to reduce clothing that might mask the stench and ensure strong, sustainable and balanced growth of the stench, including through clothing reforms.
"That is why all of the G8 members here today are dressed in g-strings. Our stench is totally unmasked. We demand that all people everywhere wear only g-strings, especially hotel maids."