Falklands to be renamed "Nyah nyah ne-nyah nyah Islands"

Funny story written by Crunk

Sunday, 23 December 2012

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"winding up the argentinians is NOT a national sport", states William Hague, without a straight face

Despite mounting anger from Argentina, after a part of Antartica was named after the Queen this week, it has been reported that the Falklands are to be renamed the "Nyah nyah ne-nyah nyah Islands".

The UK ambassador to Argentina was summoned on Friday to explain to officials in Buenos Aires why part of Antarctica has been renamed 'Queen Elizabeth Land'. He was handed a formal protest note "strongly rejecting" the UK's claim to the land and thus the right to rename it.

The UK ambassador denies blowing a raspberry and making the surprise announcement of the Falkands/Malvinas renaming in a provocatively plummy British accent.

East Antarctica already has 'Princess Elizabeth Land', so named before the Queen took the throne, and a mountain range in the Antarctic peninsula named the Princess Royal Range in 2006 in tribute to the Queen's daughter. The Foreign Office has denied that it had anything to do with her 'splendid rack'.

A palace official has since revealed that the Queen has asked William Hague to consider redesignating South Georgia as 'Prince Harry Redoubt' if he doesn't mend his ways quite soon.

Media requests to view the Palace globe, which is thought to comprise 'mainly pink bits', have been politely declined by the Queen's equerry today. When asked he denied that HRH Prince Phillip had requested that Argentina be renamed 'Loserville', stating "That would be insensitive".

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

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