Welsh Protest over Leeks

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Saturday, 23 October 2010


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Welsh Leeks Sabotaged

The Welsh Assembly met in emergency session due to the activities of WillyLeeks a website giving all the information about Wales not in the Travel Guide. A Protest was made to United Nations at the sabotage of Welsh Leeks.

Among the astonishing revelations is that Welsh Lamb is Welsh lamb is really mutton, the sheep are too old to be lamb. Not only that,the Prince of Wales is only staying with his title to please the Welsh Bards who prophesy Wales will crumble to dust without a Prince.

Scotland, reeling from an astute attack by a nuclear submarine, discern a bias in the English media reporting the attack, calling it an accident.

'Och Aye! It was a nuclear attack on our soverign territory' grumbled the leader of the Scottish Bag Blowing Federation. The Scottish Clans see this as the beginning of an armed struggle for Independence.

Bonnie Prince Charlie, sometimes known as the Prince of Wails, due to his love of Bag Pipes, has risen from the Glens to organise resistance to the Sassenach Threat.

'We know a warning when we see one' Charlie cried 'this nuclear attack is the first in a series of so-called mishaps. We are expecting the Loch Ness Monster to appear at anyday ready to eat any Scottish soldier who goes near him.'

Willyleaking has a drip, drip effect that is likely to turn into a lake of Piss, drowning Scottish heroes who still defy the English curse.

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