Written by j.w.

Friday, 12 April 2013

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Auntie in a Ding Dong

The BBC is placed in a very difficult position.

Dangerously subversive comments in a song entitled 'Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead' have become popular with misguided people influenced by malign and corrupting influences on the internet.

As a result of this mischief the song, immortalised by the legendary Judy Garland, has rushed up the hit parade and now Auntie has to tell people.

'We have to try and reflect the musical trends of the day' said a spokesperson for the Beeb 'however distasteful they are.'

Thus we can hear the said song on the BBC with a suitable explanation that it has nothing to do with the death of Margaret Thatcher.

Those who gain their knowledge more and more from the internet and not the Establishment media feel for Auntie who is always scared of the Witches Spells.

Tony Blair has advised the BBC that 'you can only stand up to the forces of the State on your knees', something Auntie knows only too well.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: BBC

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