Diana Awards launched for reinvented old slappers

Written by queen mudder

Thursday, 15 February 2007

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Pointless old slapper Diana

London - (ReUterus & Ass. Mess): Wannabe UK Prime Monster Gordon Brown has launched yet another new and totally pointless charitable award commemorating the tenacity and sheer bravura of the absurd and pointless old slapper who became Princess Diana.

In launching the Diana Awards for reinvented old tarts Brown acknowledged that the Labour Administration had been immensely successful in erasing from public records any mention that the former grand mistress of self-publicity was the daughter of George Bush Senior and Harold Wilson's secretary Marcia Williams.

And that despite the sickly-sweet PR that cast her as a woman wronged she had in fact signed a full pre-nup before her fake marriage to Charles in return for £5 million from the Vatican Bank, just a few months before it collapsed into bankruptcy.

Since her death nearly ten years ago UK cops have identified at least thirty men that she shagged during her marriage to the gay son of Raine Spencer - who still makes a living by impersonating Prince Charles, Pretender to the Throne.

Recipients of the Brown award will be selected for their cunning bullying tactics, ability to lie under oath, success at importing substantial amounts of crack cocaine and recruitment of Asian-domiciled IRA sympathisers willing to go along with the risible Al-Qaeda tag for a few more years.

"This is something that Diana would have wanted", said the hoary old Bush implant Brown.

Marcia Williams is now Lady Falkender, 79.

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

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