Written by dutch

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Well bred young fillies have been stalking Prince Harry on the stomping grounds of posh private members clubs such as Mahiki.

The exquisitely dressed young Sloanes' toss their ubiquitous blond tresses and quaff champagne at £450 a pop.

Coded texts are sent when there is a flurry of activity when it is thought that their prey is close at hand,

"Harry @Mahiki no C" can be roughly translated as 'Harry at Mahiki with no Chelsea'.

The girls are shameless in their pursuit of wealth and all want to bag a 'blue blood' prince. It makes you feel sorry for Harry who seems a carefree young man about town who is never happier when in scruffy jeans and T-shirt riding a motorbike in a desert.

He appeared to be very 'loved up' with heiress Chelsea who has a colonial charm and family live in Zimbabwee. She appeared to be adventurous and fun loving like Harry and refreshingly appears to be no 'pushover'.

Now that William has been 'snared' by Kate Middleton these well-bred fillies won't rest until their prize stallion Harry is captured and is 'led like a lamb' into matrimony.

The Royal soap-opera is intended to take our minds off the 'double dip' recession and the painful reality of life in 'Con-Dem' Britain. Most people could not aspire to the luxury and wealth of the royal tribe and their hangers-on and wouldn't want to live a life removed from the reality of the daily grind.

The establishment if laying on a fairy-tale wedding to anaesthetize the public and try and make them forget that they are being taxed until the 'pip squeaks'. In the UK celebrities and royals are the 'opium of the people.'

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

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