Prince Harry promises Obama and his wife an after "swing" party!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 18 April 2016

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PH always "fights for his right to PARTY!" What a "swinger!"

Buckingham Palace have announced that lame duck President Obama and his wife are to dine with Prince Harry and his rather boring brother, Willy and his missus.

Now naughty Harry purposely invited himself to the rather luxurious dinner in Kensington Palace knowing that Obama and his missus love whooping it up after all the official obligations have been dealt with, and offered them an "after swinging party" at one of his favourite Soho night clubs!

Several VIP couples have been invited to the party, fortunately Harry did not invite his dad and Camilla, that could have turned really dirty, Harry! Rooney and his missus were also invited, but Rooney declined explaining that his days of "swinging" without the wife were over, but it seems like Ryan Giggs could be persuaded as long as his wife doesn't know, and his sister in law? John Terry was also invited, but feels his days as a top Chelsea "swinger" are also over.

However, Harry need not worry too much because the list of people who accepted to "swing" with the Obamas reads like a who's who at a Hugh Hefner Playboy sin-bin-bunny party! It promises to be a cracker of a do and Barack's wife being an "adamant top level swinger" can't wait to get it on with Bojo, and of course Barack himself always fancied himself "swinging" with royalty, but thought the Queen was a bit too old, so he hopes that the Duchess of York will oblige, who is a renowned red-hot-red-headed-royal swinger!

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

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