Obama attempts to "French Kiss" Burma's Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

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He still has a lot to learn about Burmese diplomacy and French kissing!

Newly re-elected President Obama has travelled to Burma for a bit of R & R after his strenuous election campaign. He thought that Burmese opposition leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, could do with a bit of cheering up after two years of house arrest and not a man in sight by attempting to give her a huge "French Kiss" but she refused.

Slightly embarrassed, Obama withdrew his tongue from her cheek, because she turned the other one (Religious fanatics please do not get your knickers in a twist), and was left with it hanging out in front of the world's press who had gathered for this historic meeting.

Miss Suu Kyi, after refusing to have a snog with Obama gave the following explanation to the press and here it is:

"I might be sex-starved but snogging with the US President is not going to solve anything I'd much rather have the Burmese president kiss my arse!"

Obama, apologised to Miss Suu Kyi and told the gob-smacked, global press;

"After my glorious election win I thought that every woman on the planet would love to go head to head with me, but it's obvious some are not prepared to sink as deep as Monica Lewinsky did!"

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