Written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 8 January 2017

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Latest houses being built in Europe as it suffers yet another attack from global warming!

After years of warming up, the globe has proven once again that advocates of desert doom all are right, by freezing half of Europe!

From Reykjavik to Istanbul layers upon layers of snow and ice have been causing chaos as European inhabitants come to grip with this latest attack of global warming.

One German weather man even told his viewers; "Zer is more global warming to come so get shoveling outside your front doors because you haven't seen nuzzing yet!"

The ice and snow descended so rapidly in Istanbul that even terrorists planning yet another suicide bomb attack decided to postpone their devious plans until they can open up their overcoats without freezing their nuts off; Allah approved of the postponement.

Meanwhile in the UK, global warming that normally causes flooding and herds of polar bears surfing towards the island on melting icebergs, has also been postponed because it's too damn cold to go outside and catch the bears as they illegally arrive! Brits prefer to catch illegal Romanian / Bulgarian immigrants hiding on the back of lorries because they only nick their jobs and don't attempt to eat obese Brits slithering on the ice and snow that resemble sea lions!

Holland, experts in thwarting high water and tides, are quite happy to see this latest attack of global warming. They are hoping the falling snow will create mountains on their flat-lands because then they don't have to sit in huge traffic jams throughout Germany to jump on a piste, and meet piste Brits fleeing the floods back home!

Global warming is a real phenomenon isn't it?

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

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