Fake Doctor Gillian McKeith Gets Support From Dr. John Reid

Written by politicalpop

Thursday, 22 February 2007

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A doctorate in nutrition is just a load of bananas

Dr. Gillian McKeith, the TV nutritionalist, who has been told by the advertising standards authority not to use her doctorate to endorse products because it's not up to much, has received support from fellow Scot, Dr. John Reid (Rt. Hun. Hom. Sec.), whose own doctorate in la-di-da Economic History came from an obscure Scottish university.

Dr. John Reid, one time cycling communist, and friend of war criminal, Radovan Karadzic, said:

"Dr.Gillian McKeith is a hard-working beacon so common in our towns and cities, and I'll physically hit anyone who calls her a fake, y'ken?"

Dr. John Reid, who points all the time, said:

"I used to be a communist. I used to believe in Santa Claus. But all that's airy-fairy."

Reid gave up drinking and smoking years ago, and this is thought to give him in a permanent sore arse.

His support for McKeith is thought to indicate an Oedipus complex, and his recent attack on sociologists indicates a hatred of his father.

His aggression is thought to be sparked by the frustration of not getting an 'ology' at university, and having his youthful communistic principles crushed.

These macho displays indicate childhood insecurity caused by isolation. His parents were of mixed denomination, and he went to a pansy university (wait for it) in Scotland!! No wonder he wants to nut anybody in trousers, and shag anything in a skirt.

If you're beginning to feel sorry for Dr. John Reid, that's what he doesn't want because it might make him appear weak.

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

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