William and Harry snap up Nazi gingerbread men collection

Funny story written by queen mudder

Monday, 18 December 2006

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Hitler in Gingerbread - A tasty tyrant

London - (Ass Mess): William and Harry, sons of the Pretender to the Throne, have snapped up the entire collection of an impoverished Ohio artist's exhibition entitled 'The Secret Lives of Gingerbread Men' consisting of over one hundred scrumptious Yuletide sweetmeats dressed in Nazi uniforms.

The artist, Keith McGuckin from Wellington, Ohio, was forced to remove his display from a local gallery after complaints that the little pastry chaps didn't look authentic enough and could result in him being prosecuted for gross misrepresentation under the Diabolical Liberties Act.

But now the entire display is coming home to Highgrove, country seat of the Pretender and his coterie, who will now get a truly scrummy surprise in those traditional Xmas stocking stuffings.

And as an added delight Highgrove staff are now adding bijou military medals modelled on exact replicas of the Pretender's own embelishments to the darlin' little chaps' uniforms for that authentic, just-baked-in-the-Von-Battenburg-ovens look so popular with nostalgia fans in rural Wales.

A spokesman for the Highgrove household was beaming with delight this morning as rumors of the gingerbread men's arrival spread like wildfire in the village.

"We think this might be part of a larger Hansel and Gretel collection which is extraordinary considering those are the pet names that the Royal Household staff at Windsor Castle have always used as their nicknames for the Queen and Prince Philip."

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