The Queen of the Purple Isles has hit back at suggestions that The Fabulous should be banned from socialising with so-called 'Ordinaries'.
Harry Rump of the Roundguts claimed that The Fabulous are a bizarre group who differ on every conceivable social and genetic level from 'Ordinaries', saying 'interacting with The Fabulous corrupts the ordinary way of life.'
The Queen having been made aware of these claims immediately dispatched a Carrier Pigeon to deliver a 'strongly worded condemnation' to Mr Rump's private residence.
The Roundguts a political organisation well-known for their controversial views, proudly state they are a party for 'couch potatoes, beer-guzzlers, layabouts, and steak eaters' because such people 'need representation they can be proud of.'
Mr Rump failed to formally respond to the Queen's message dismissing it as 'namby pamby, wishy washy garbage sent from a fairy.'
This lack of acknowledgment and respect forced the Queen to publically address the matter, she said: 'I am an immortal that wears a diamond tiara and sits atop mounds of glitter, and is seemingly more progressive than Mr Rump and the good-for-nothing's he represents. It is an awful pity that people are still trapped where the sun doesn't shine between Lalaland and Lololand, for they will never experience the unity rainbows bring.'