BOJO denies he wanted Brexit!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 22 September 2016

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BOJO sold the Brits right down the Brexit line just for a few lousy pints of Farage's finest brew!

Major Brit Buffoon, Boris Johnson, now leading the UK into an even blacker abyss, has now denied he wanted a Brexit and only supported the referendum exit party because Nigel Farage promised him free booze at his local watering hole for the rest of his miserable life!

BOJO has now admitted to Sir Alan Duncan that he wished that the UK stayed in Europe and thought the British public would never be stupid enough to follow his and Farage's buffoonery, how wrong could he be!

Here is a top secret conversation between BOJO and Sir Alan:

"So BOJO the only reason that you supported Brexit was because you are a major "piss-artist" and that Nazi-Farage creep promised that every time you visited his local boozer he'd make you legless for free!"

"Yes Old Chap, who could refuse that offer, but I never thought the ignorant Brits would believe the lies I told them, BURP!"

"Well Bojo, now you are the new Foreign Minister what are you going to do to make the British public believe that you are not a complete and utter buffoon?"

"Invite them to our local boozer and offer them free booze for a night, I have millions of expendable income and my daddy has promised to forgive my misdemeanors and lend me a couple of million to foot the bill, BURP!"

"Well BOJO, that's solved that problem then, I wish you all the best in your future role representing our great country in foreign parts, and hopefully Mrs May will send you to Outer Mongolia on a one-way BOREXIT ticket!"

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

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