Written by matwil

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

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'High on a hill stood a lonely Scargill ...'

After yesterday's incident of a Liberal politician turning into an anagram, today saw many political figures and parties' names altered to reflect their real characters.

Barack Obama became Black? Uh-Oh, Momma, Gordon Brown is now Goodbye, Yawn; David Cameron has been turned into Div The Boring One, and Hazel Blears is Hair's Ablaze.

Alastair Darling, Starter At Stealing, The British National Party, The Unbritish Irrational Porky, The Scottish National Party are the Slavish Unnatural Party, and Tommy Sheridan is now Orgy at the Sheraton.

From earlier times and the current era there's Harold Wilson, Harry the Soviets' Son, Jim Callaghan, Jim Made Us All Yawn, Margaret Thatcher, Adolflet Thatchler, and Ken Clarke, Token Darkhorse.

The Green Party are now the Hasbeen Party, Nicolas Sarkozy is Nick the Greek, William Hague is William Vague, and Angela Merkel is Obersturbannfraulein Eva von Hammerstein-Kanalkampf.

Neil Kinnock was renamed Kneel, Pillock, Arthur Scargill became King Arthur of the Invisible Coal Mines, any Liberal Democrat is now any Piddling Childish Crap, and Arnold Schwarzenegger is Arnee I. L. B. Bach Termeenatorrrr.

Minister for Health and Safety and Anything That Gives Us An Excuse For More Expenses Claims, Dr. Henry Snout-Trotter, advised readers to read articles through tinted 'Goody It's Boily Again' glasses, as reading more than one article a day about a fake celebrity can lead to death by boredom.

More illnesses as we catch them.

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

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