Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 18 February 2016

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Louis van Gaal's favourite form of brick; it stinks!

Ex-world famous football team, Manchester United, sponsored to the tune of 750 million pounds by world famous 3 striped producers of sports clothes, visited Legoland in Denmark and lost their blocks!

It was quite embarrassing as the team of multimillionaire superstars managed by a Double Dutch master called King Louis (the baboon version could do a better job), entered the Land of Nod expecting to build bricks after collapsing into a bottomless black hole called Soccer Hell.

However, Danish Legoland specialists tend to utilise their bricks slightly better and after challenging their Rolls Royce, Bentley driving counterparts to a contest in house building, they won hands down!

It was a shameful display and King Louis, who has slipped on many bananas since he's been in Manchester, looks like this slip is a banana too far because the whole soccer world is laughing so hard at this once great club beaten by a bunch of Bricklayers!

Denmark, Legoland, was supposed to lay the foundations for future triumphs, however, the bricks that King Louis and his merry men use are made of a stinking brown substance that even Legoland brickies would not use (they build huts in the African deserts with the substance it 's called turds)!

The 3 striped sponsor of this wonderful club has also decided to build bricks somewhere else because it is obvious a bunch of amateur hod carriers could have done a better job and throwing millions at a house of straw even 3 piggies wouldn't do!

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

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