As news of the Christmas schedule reaches us, it has become clear that one man in pretty hamlet Chutney on the Fritz lives in fear that his funny bone may not survive another episode of Mrs Brown's Boys.
The documentary, which stars a man in a dress and stockings saying 'feck' a lot is seen as being the spiritual heir to Father Ted, but with none of the whimsy, believable characterisation and gripping storylines.
'It is just so funny,' said Brian Asshat, on his strangely-popular blog. 'Last year, I watched it and laughed so much, that I thought I would do myself some damage. I didn't, but it was so close. It is great that the BBC sees fit to spend the license fee on this feel-good, sprightly, inoffensive programme. As long as my funny bone survives, I will be watching it for many more years to come.'
blog is only really popular, because his good friend, Felicity Dowager has thirteen thousand followers on Twitter, and all she ever does, is write about Brian Asshat, in a comedy fashion.
You see, we are making fictional stories up about fictional people here, people. We are so meta, that the fourth wall hasn't even been invented yet.