A Special One arrives back in England! The Blue Titted Moronio, a rare breed!

Written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 9 June 2013

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Very "special" Blue Tit Moronio eggs discovered in Chelsea just waiting to cack!

After several years of not visiting the British Isles, the sudden return of a very exotic, "Bird of paradise" has shocked many who thought they could continue to paint the house RED.

The bird is a rare breed called "The Blue Titted Moronio" and was last seen circling over Madrid, but accidently got shot down by a Portuguese Free Kick destined to miss its target.

With its fractured wing mended, it decided to fly north and go back to the country that welcomes such rare-breeds and has found a new home alongside the River Thames called, "Very Muddy Waters", once known as the very rich, royal, sandy banks of The Abramovich and now renamed because of the Russian Revolution; a very murky history...

The Blue Titted Moronio, feeds mostly on "Red Herrings" and any other exotic birds hoping to ruffle its feathers including its northern cousins, "The light blue Titted Morons", not Moronios, who will soon be forced to emigrate back to Arabia on the wings of an Etihad jet, not Turkish Airlines.

Reporters are gathering around the Special Blue Tit and are hoping that it remains in the UK for a long time because without it, the crazy world of exotic ornithology has become quite boring ever since the "The great red silver-headed eagle" decided to F (fly) off to more restful breeding grounds in the south of France; it now prefers sweet grapes to sour grapes!

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

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