Thick Bloke On Facebook Gets Meghan Markle Confused With Angela Merkel

Written by Monkey Woods

Thursday, 16 January 2020

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Somebody better have a word with the chancellor

A man, who may very well have had a low-standard education, became confused whilst using the Facebook social media platform this week, and inadvertently mixed-up the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, with the German chancellor, Angela Merkel.

Oh dear!

The error occurred as various whackjobs were contributing to a Facebook post on the subject of jokes cracked on TV's 'The Graham Norton Show', by the legendary Irishman, who cleverly turned his homosexuality into a showbusiness career.

The comments made by the Irish uphill gardener centred on the Royal couple of Prince Harry and his wife, the aformentioned Duchess, and on Prince Andrew.

Posters on the thread expressed their opinions, both in support of Norton and against him, until one fruitcake by the name of Richard Shelmerdine posted:

"That was a classic Norton show. Brilliant from start to finish. I always thought that Merkel would quit once she had a royal kid."

Amazingly, this post received 19 'likes'.

Nobody bothered to point out the extraordinary gaffe that Mr Shelmerdine had made in confusing Mrs Merkel with Mrs Markle, and, for all we know, he is still happily going about his business, littering social media with inane comments about a whole range of topics including how much he hates Jeremy Corbyn, and how the German chancellor is the mother of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, who is seventh in the line of succession to the British throne.

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

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