Guy Fawkes attempts a coup d'état to blow Gordon Brown away unfortunately it failed and he'll be burnt at the stake on the 05.11.

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 7 January 2010

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Guy Fawkes attempts to blow up Gordon Brown albeit his great, great, great, whatever, Grandson, David Cameron smirked!

Gordon Brown has survived a "coup d'état" to explode him out of power by none other than Guy Fawkes, albeit, his great, great, great, great, grandson (is that enough greats?).

Assisted by rebel Labour MP's who opened the "Traitors Gate" Guy secretly entered the Houses of Parliament with a keg of gunpowder. Unfortunately his rowing boat had a leak and slightly dampened the gunpowder.

He secretly crept along the corridors of power going unnoticed by other rebel Labour MP's not willing to admit that they were rebels.

As he was about to enter Gordon's office and ignite his gunpowder with a gigantic wooden flare, the "coup d'état" died like a "DAMP SQUID" (normally things that Gordon would issue to his followers) and Guy was marched away by guards dressed like Oliver Cromwell.

Meanwhile all rebel Labour MP's declared that they had nothing to do with Guy and promised to support him until David Cameron finishes the coup and really blasts him away!

Poor Guy will be burnt at the stake for his endeavours on the 5th on November, declared as a Martyr for his brave deeds in the service of the UK and the Conservatives (who certainly will be in power by then!).

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

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