Brown V Cameron Over Christmas Gift Policy

Funny story written by Brendon Humperdink

Sunday, 16 November 2008

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Gordon Brown: Apparently, a big fan of GTA. "There's nothing better than spending a Sunday afternoon killing a whore"

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has today announced that he will give each British citizen a PS3 along with a copy of Grand Theft Auto IV, so as to help everyone through the credit crunch this Christmas.

"I believe it's a fantastic idea and one that will surely pay off. Grand Theft Auto IV is the absolute bees knees of video games - kids around the country will take great pleasure in being able to kill a prostitute with a baseball bat." Brown commented.

Brown also commented that he will personally deliver the presents to every individual, donning a Father Christmas costume as well.

However, the Conservatives don't agree with Brown's policy. David Cameron spoke to The Spoof claiming the idea is 'disastrous'.

"The idea is absolute cobblers. Everyone knows they want an XBox 360 with Guitar Hero for their Christmas. I can't see it working.

Brown responded saying he would be happy to work with Cameron over the matter.

"I propose me and Cameron fight this one over a game of FIFA 09 - on the PS3 of course. I'll be Liverpool, and he can be Chelsea."

Meanwhile, Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg seemingly has something important to say.

"Nintendo Wii's have proved themselves to be the ultimate games console. It helps the problem of obesity with children by getting them active... etc, etc, etc, etc."

Nick Clegg proposed if he could join the game of FIFA that Brown and Cameron were up for. There has been no reply.

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