Written by shea lo

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

image for CWG news: Bummed-out Pawkisstawnis complain about washroom facilities - shunning toilet paper for hand-washing backsides & demanding Muslimy squat toilets for 'taking a crape'

Just how media slavish the Pawkisstawnis are, came to the fore at the Commonwealth Games. After countries like South Africa - LOL! - complained about their facilities - the pompous Porkis - always eager to take advantage of a situation jumped on the bandwagon to make snorting noises, even before their team of terrorist-athletes had been cleared for arrival!

Complaining about their accommodation, the world's number one beggars launched into a diatribe:

"We are 150% not pleased with our accommodation" complained the Porki Minister for Cricket Match-fixing and State-Supervised Doping of athletes.

Not to be outdone, the Porki Minister for Building Squat Toilets & Video-Surveillance of Bum-washing by hand, complained to the international media:

"The accommodation they have provided us is 250% not acceptable. They have forced western style toilets and toilet paper on us - these infidels.

"We don't know how to use these toilets - do you squat on them; stand on them; how do you use the paper, do you roll it around your finger or what? It is utterly un-Islamic. We will not stand for it.

"We are self-righteous Mooslums who squat to 'crape' (sic) and hand-wash our arses. We demand that the Indians dig up all the porcelain bowls and replace them with a hole in the ground just like we have in our screwed-up country where 90% of people are craping (sic) in our rivers."

"Ha-hah" replied the host nation, adding, "who gives a shit?"

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

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