Germany wants its wall back for anniversary celebrations

Funny story written by Katarina Frogpond2

Saturday, 7 November 2009

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Germany wants its bits of wall back.

Germany says it wants its wall back so it can celebrate the re-unification of Germany properly. It says tourists have stolen too many bits of the old Berlin wall and now Germany have nothing to remind them that the wall was ever there in the first place.

Angela Merkle says "we can't celebrate if we don't have our wall." So when the night of the actual anniversary comes, Angela Merkle would like every bit of the wall that was ever stolen as a souvenier to be returned. She says if everyone brings the wall back, just for one night then we can all celebrate happily.

"Its not fair that our wall got stolen." She continued. "No one steals the great wall of China, or Hadrian's wall. So I don't see why they stole ours"

Angela thinks its lovely that the original wall got torn down but now its time for it to be rebuilt just for one night so Germany can enjoy tearing it down again. Then people can take their bits of wall back home with them because no one likes to see litter in streets.

But Angela would like the owners of the bits of wall to try very hard to keep their bit of wall safe so that in another 20 years time they can bring it back in order to re-create the rebuilding of the Berlin wall...all over again...and then tear it down again...and then take it home again...and then bring it back again in another 20 years time and so forth until the end of the universe.

By Katarina Frogpond

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

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