Queen tells Paparazzi to Iris Down

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Saturday, 27 November 2010

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Don't Give the Queen A Pheasent

The Queen, in a bit of a huff, told the paparazzi to back off Prince (Big Willie) William, and Kate (Babykins) Middleton. While having the paparazzi follow you around is just a side effect of being a Royal, the recent behavior of the photogs has been atrocious.

It appears photographers have been encroaching on private Royal estates, taking pictures that don't necessarily show the Royals in the most favorable light.

During a pheasant shoot, The Earl of Wessex was shot apparently striking his two bird dogs with a four foot wooden stick. Caught on camera

The Queen herself was caught in the act of wringing the neck of a downed pheasant. It was the humane thing to do.

Being caught in compromising situations can be a little hard to explain, when the photographic evidence is available for all to see.

The Queen has decreed, any paparazzi that upset us, off with their heads!

Other punishments available to the Queen are, The Rack, The Iron Maiden, or being Drawn and Quartered. Minor offensives could result in being incarcerated in the Castle Tower with forty lashes.

In a surprise move the paparazzi have filed a counter suit that gives them the right to shoot whatever, whenever.

"I think the Queen is getting a little long in the tooth, she's going a bit daft". said one long time Royal stalker. "They are Royals, we're going to photograph them how ever we can".

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