Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 28 June 2018


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image for Dia veinteseis, sechsundzwanzig! Pissed German footy players drown their sorrows at the Nutters Beach Club!
Die Mannschaft pissed as Bratwursts soaked in Sauerkraut at the Nutters Beach Club!

Si, Si, Senores et Herren, we had a Knickerbocker Glory party last night to cheer up the 'Sauerkrauts' after their fall from grace!

Our chief Chinese chef, WAN-KIN-DIK (and he did, Korean style) prepared a Korean 'Dog's Body soup' for our ex-exclusive visitors including, sauerkraut, bratwurst, and Eisbein (pigs trotters for you Brexiteers who cannot speak Deutsch!), veggie style laced with loads of Deutsche Schnaps!

Volga Olga 'titillated' their fantasies, dressed in Lederhosen, and nothing else, by banging her knocked knees on Jochem Low's wig! German-Turks, Ozul and Gundogan, refused to eat the veggie Eisbein (miserable sods) because they are Muslims, so WAN-KIN-DIK gave them Turkish Delight instead as they waved pictures of Erdogan in the other German player's faces!

They threatened to punch their lights out, but the Nutters Beach Club is a non-racist establishment so they all got pissed together, happily!

BTW, we heard blowing through the wind, Dutch and Italian footy fans laughing all the way to the Vatican and, a local Amsterdam 'Koffee' shop called Bulldog!

Ol├ę adios et aufwiedersehen amigos and woof woofs in Korea!

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