'Tis pity she's a ho

Funny story written by queen mudder

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

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Pics like these have flooded the internet prompting furious protests by Ms J

London - It's a karmic echo of the 17th century play about fraternal incest first performed in London's Cockpit Theatre.**

Today a microblogging gag-buster rant threatens to out a pair of UK Z-Listers' DNA test results.

Known only by entirely assumed names of 'Jeremy' and 'Jemima' the handsome couple have been dubbed a modern Giovanni and Annabella after the play's principals.

This week's unfolding online drama sees Ms J continue a vehement denial about shagging Mr Y, a popular UK TV show host.

But a remarkable facial resemblance and mutual talent for self-publicity have sent alarm bells ringing in the blogosphere.

"The brother and sister angle is new to me," Twatter blogger @SkankyDave admitted, "any mutant kids involved?"

** Subsequent versions of the play attribute the incest's first faltering fumblings to the Tricycle Theatre - where a ménage à trois develops with a mystery third sibling.

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

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