Written by j.w.

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

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'I'm still the top of the castle' declares Blare

The publication of Toni Blare's school diary has shocked his old school pals. It has also excited the slobbering school gossips who have been wetting themselves as they read the inside news of how the school was run after the Prefects were kicked out.

Blare's big enemy Gorgon Brown gets a pretty bad time with Blare calling him all sorts of horrible things, such as 'he wanted my job', surely nothing worse than that.

Blare is pleased Gorgon messed things up after he had stepped aside honourably to give Gorgon a go at running things. 'He has no emotions' complained Blare.

Blare is very, very sorry about one thing. He knows he was wrong to stop the sixth formers hunting and killing foxes.

He asked asked for forgiveness and understanding over this matter.

Blare considers the new crowd are not up to his standard but David is the best of the bunch - as long as he can keep Nicky on a short leash.

The candidates trying to take over from Gorgon are worried Blare is taking the spotlight away from them but Blare is unrepentant. 'I'm so big it casts a shadow over them - but that is not my fault.'

Blare has one big policy for anyone taking over. 'Bomb Iran, the new Public school which is threatening to stand side by side with Blare's old school. 'I showed how to deal with these upstarts by destroying that cocksure Iraqi lot, now it is Iran's turn.'

Blare had a last word for those people of the Israel and Palestine schools who are always in dispute with each other. 'You really should stop quarreling and become friends.'

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

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