NEW YORK--The USA (United Satirists of America) has extended a hand across the pond to its British counterpart the RSPCN (Royal Satirists for the Preservation of Cheeky Nandos) in an effort to breathe some life into the "satire scenes" of these two special friends, who are now on the verge of becoming two nations separated by a common sense of satire.
Therefore, the USA is proposing that all satirists in the colonies stop beating a dead president at once, and that members of the RSPCN quit their ceaseless banging on about Prince Fucking Andrew.
This modest proposal is grounded in the belief that there is no gain without pain. Of course, many writers on both sides of the pond may struggle at first. They may even have to resort to rewriting and research.
Their audiences, however, will find themselves in a win-win situation, as writers who cannot churn out article #482 about the president or the prince will discover that there is humor in oft-neglected topics such as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, Septicemic plague, and more.
As they say in the States, "Go big or go home."