Welsh whales wow Welsh in Wales!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 18 February 2019

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Blubbery whales will soon be allowed to swim in Welsh waters in Wales after Brexit!

A country renowned for being sheep-shagging Olympiads, choir singing world beaters, ex-slate-coal miners and, being 'tight as a ducks rear end', have now earned a reputation as being the world's best whale watchers in Wales!

Hordes of Welsh whale watchers gather on their freezing, wet and wonderful beaches to see if there are whales in Welsh waters because being the once world 'numero uno' nation in sheep-shagging, Wales, has now lost this title. It has been handed to lonely shepherds in Turkish mountains.

Hump-back whales, however, prefer the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean as to the stormy waters of the Irish Channel, and due to Brexit, are being re-directed via the Atlantic route, which embraces the Gulf Stream and not El Nino.

So, disturbed Welsh whale watchers hoping to see pods of hump-back whales passing Wales on their way to warmer waters are being dramatically affected by Brexiteers. Irish whale watchers, therefore, with no EU border to deal with, are now enjoying the wonderful sight of passing, spouting whales. Whale watchers in Wales can go back to sheep-shagging because if Turkey takes the place of the UK in the EU, Wales can win back its rightful position in the world as 'numero uno' while Turkish sheep-shaggers cannot sheep-shag outside the EU!

This incredible spoof is also available in the undecipherable Welsh language. Copies available in a Cuckoo's nest in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.

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

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