Across the Pond, a True Cinderfella Story

Funny story written by Q. William Bacon

Friday, 19 November 2010

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Poor William was often called "Prince"

Over in England, everyone is abuzz about the announced engagement between "Kate and William". But this is not just a story of romance, it's an inspiration to regular "blokes" everywhere.

William is the product of a broken home. By age 28, he was going bald, had never had a steady job, and would have to wait decades before taking over the family business. He could not even afford a diamond engagement ring. But his greatest humiliation was that he has appeared in public on occasion wearing fashions so conspicuous, excessive, and vaguely effeminate that people nicknamed him "Prince".

William overcame all these obstacles to win the heart of a bright, beautiful, accomplished young woman, (and The Daily Telegraph's "Most Promising Newcomer"), Catherine Middleton. William proved that the little guy can still win big.

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

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