Written by Johnny Cool

Monday, 6 April 2009

St Georges day the national day of England is said to be renamed 'St Kevins day'.

Historians have discovered St George was actually St Kevin. Popadobalee a specialist British historian was quoted as saying 'George was an alias used to confuse the invaders from the south, it was discovered on a broach which read - Kevin aka George'.

St Kevin, was known among his peers as 'Kev', lived in the rural area of Birmingham, a brave brummy soldier who protested against the cockney torture of Midlanders and who died for his beliefs.

The popularity of St Kevin in England stems from the time of the early Crusades when it is said that the Brummies saw him in a vision being victorious at the battle of the Spaghetti Junction.

St Kevin is always depicted as a knight carrying a pint of Stella lager with a red cross, generally sitting upon a horse with his feet up and slaying a dragon.

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

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