Written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

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Desolate bridge in Amsterdam after suicidal Dutch supporters threw themselves off!

It seems "there are too many mountains high enough" for the Dutch as they attempted to climb Everest and fell off with impunity. Remaining as flat as their national dish, pancakes smothered with syrup, very sticky!

Blind led the blind into a cul de sac, a very French dead-end, and crashed out in a rather pathetic manner convincing their "Big Brother" neighbours, Deutschland, that "Schadenfreude" maybe the lowest form of pleasure, but who gives a "Scheisse" as long as it's the arrogant Dutch!

Robin van Persie did his best to send the Dutch back down the River Maas by plonking a header into his own goal creating a plethora of Turkish Delight, and he is now being welcomed back to his club as a national hero.

The Turkish president, Erdogan, has even offered to erect a statue to Robin for supreme services to Ata Turk, and taking the attention off of his army as they bomb Kurds to oblivion. Robin felt quite honored at the gesture but preferred to enjoy his moment of destitution by spending some of his 250K a week salary to erect a statue for Louis van Gaal who offered Robin a way out of his misery by giving him the boot!

Wesley Snijder, captain of the Oranje misery team, also applies his talents in Turkey, but he arrogantly told them to fuck themselves because Holland are better anyway??

As for pathetic Memphis Depay and Danny Blind, they return saddened to Manchester United hoping that Louis van Gaal will at least prove to them that Dutch is still the best and it's not stuck in a Blind Alley; fat chance of that with Rooney in their team!

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

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