Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

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The epicenter of today's rattler

Wales - In a new twist on that old chestnut of 'Did The Earth Move For You, Darlin'?' an ominous 3.8 magnitude tremor in North Wales' Llyin' Penisula has rocked the Pretender's gargantuan aspirations to the throne.

"Something - or someone - has f+++ed up badly," specialists at the British Gynecological Survey said this morning as details of the fallout began to emerge.

Early indications suggest the seismic rupture was centered very close to a garden potting shed at the Anglesey home of Prince William and his gold-digger wife Kate, whose rent is paid by the Prince of Wales.

Locals say the outbuilding was being used by the couple as temporary accommodation for some internet pals who promised to make Kate and Wills 'a huge pile of dosh' in a series of brilliant investment moves.

These would have featherbedded the pair's already over-gilded fantasy existence in a 60-year scam that's taken over the British Monarchy.

Unfortunately a series of international raids by US law enforcement agencies has uncovered and shut down a $6bn (£4bn) money-laundering operation run by the Diabolical Liberty Reserve.

Reports from the US Justice Department say the black market bank bilked investors of $$$s before being shut down by Federal authorities who are busy trying to contact thousands of clients who have been hoodwinked by the scam.

Commenting on today's headline a Welsh Debit Union spokesperson said 'WTF, boyo?' as reporters arrived at the Anglesey lean-to.

Expect news of some very ruffled Prince of Wales feathers to feature in their reports.

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

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Topics: Earthquake, Wales

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