Paul McCartney's "Ebony & Ivory" banned in the UK!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 9 July 2012

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Banned in the UK; thank god Mozart's not alive, his blond hair would be standing on end!

Britain's Nr 1 supermarket have unleashed a multi-culti "can of worms" because they stupidly priced a black doll cheaper than a white doll; idiots. Now it seems the UK are to go completely colourless and even the pop world is feeling the "wind of change".

Paul McCartney's pop classic duet with Stevie Wonder has been banned because it refers to the "difference" and from now on there are to be no differences!

Michael Jackson's "Black and White" has also got the chop because he didn't know what he was, black or white. Jack black and Jack White have been banned from entering the country unless they change their names, but Black Sabbath are safe.

Other pop classics like; Black is Black, Paint it black, Black magic woman, etc, are OK, because there are no differences just black. But Procul Harem's 60's classic, "A whiter shade of pale" has been booted out because it refers to white going pale (no wonder in this day and age)) and it just fails to reach the racial acceptance criteria.

Liquorice allsorts with white coconut middles have also been banned and are now being removed from supermarket shelves to be replaced by the ones with pink middles, which are acceptable because the majority of Brits are pretty pink anyway.

Oh for the old days when everything was just so "black and white" (excuse the pun)!

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