Huge cloud formation spelling the word "FUCK" seen over London

Funny story written by Lord B of W

Wednesday, 29 August 2007

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A cloud formation that could be seen over most of London, England, which clearly spelt the word FUCK, has lead to a frenzy of speculation and interpretation.

Speaking on the BBC lunch time news, the Arch Bishop of London the Right Reverend and Right Honourable Richard Right, stated that this was an instruction from God that the practise of celibacy was evil and should be abandoned by the clergy immediately. This was followed by chaotic scenes of a near-orgy, centred in Hyde Park, with de-frocked clergymen seen shagging almost anything that moved.

However, Sky News reported that the message, again from God, meant that "we are all fucked for the way we have treated the planet", quoting environmental group "Quite Chummy with the Earth". There was also much speculation that this marks the prophesied "end of days".

However meteorologists at the Met Office reported that the cloud formation, although entirely natural, was indeed nothing more than a fluke that it appeared to spell a word.

The cloud formation lasted for around 15 minutes and was seen by more than 2 million people as word spread. At one point businesses in London came to a complete halt, including the London Stock Exchange, as workers streamed out on to the streets.

Some taking the advice from the Bishop, others thinking what-the-heck we're all going to die.

One reporter compared much of London to that of "Sodom & Gomorrah".

Many people are now nervously watching the skies.

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

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