Written by matthatt

Tuesday, 5 June 2007

image for Blair joins old pals Bush and Putin for G8 Booze up.
Keep your thieving hands off of Vlads Voddy!

LONDON (AssPressed) - Tony Blair heads to Germany this week for his last G8 summit as prime minister, hoping to secure greater commitment from big bad Vlad, the Russian Premier.

The last few times the three lads got together for a piss up, Bush brought a crate of Jack Daniels and box of Cuban cigars. Blair brought his guitar, a crate of Tenants Super and a bag of wicked skunk.

Putin however, brought one bottle of cheap Vodka and the top had already been removed. Vlad admitted later that he had taken a few sips on the tram as it had been chilly outside.

Tony Blair told reporters that he would be interested to see what the Russian leader brings this time "He always bloody does it. The last time I threw a party, he brought a bottle of Cinzano which he left in the kitchen and then drank every one else's bloody booze, cheeky git"

George Bush was also looking forward to see what "Vlad the freeloader" would bring to the ho-down. He told a packed news conference earlier today. "I had a Barbecue last summer and he brought one pack of cheap sausages that he picked up from a gas station on the way over and then tried to take over the cooking. That damn barbecue is mine dagnabbit!" exclaimed the American President, "He came along and started turning all my burgers over and made comments about how much flames I had, cheeky sod!"

Mr Putin said in an official statement "Them guys are always pulling my leg about this kind of crap, making out like I'm some kind of tight arse. I took a shed load of Sushi to a party once and not one of them bastards touched it!"

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

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