Satirical Writers to Celebrate "Wales Day" tomorrow

Funny story written by masterchev

Saturday, 30 October 2010

Satirical Writers are bracing themselves for a "Welsh Day", much to the celebration of many writers across the globe.

Yes, it's Welsh Day. Prompted by the arrival of Welsh writer Masterchev, satirical writers decided to ignore St. David's Day and celebrate Wales... five months early.

Many witty welsh sheep jokes are expected, but as already explored in a previous article, it is the sheep who shag us. Got it?

We invite you to share any previous memories of this occasion. Satirical Writers Colonel Juan and Skoob1999 have already shared some of their thoughts.

Shuttlecock, an avid reader and a rather enigmatic figure of the boards, gave us this summary.

"It's Welsh isnit boyo. I went to Rhyl once. It scared me,"

Fetch the daffodils. Watch the Welsh Rugby Team.

"Iacky da"

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