Monday, July 27, 2009

Britian has plenty of helicopters !

Britain's dear leader has declared that Britain has plenty of helicopter at 23:45pm on July 7 th in the western tip of Helmand province.

Dr James G Brown phoned up an aircraft man who was trying to get some shuteye saying that it was "The right thing to do" . The have dazed mechanic said that they had all the helicopters they needed at that very moment in time as it was dark and only those insane special forces show offs would be nuts enough to fly around in blind darkness. Having bypassed the toffs and Tory sympathisers at the top, which was "The right thing to do" , Brown is sure its all a Tory/Taliban plot to do down his wonderful government and its great talent for knowing "The right thing to do" .

Hence its all been Tories doing our boys down and generally being evil. Indeed Britain does have enough helicopters - although savaging the budget for them had also been "The right thing to do" .

We can now reveal that Britain's thousands of Helicopters have been found on the Moon, to avoid rust. Brown was quoted as saying that sending the helicopters to the moon had been "The right thing to do", and that they only kept quiet about it so as not to embarrass his holiness the Obama on the 40th anniversary of the True and not faked Moon Landings with the wonderful sight of our boys in blue landing on Obama Beach, by the Sea of Tranquility.

Keep quiet about this had also been "The right thing to do" and avoided voiding the 50,000 mile warranty with Boeing, but now they had been spotted by the young pioneers at the Socialist Paradise and High Spending Children's Centre in a Labour marginal constituency. The PM has decided to visit them as "The right thing to do".

The PM was heard to explain to the children that he was proud of their contribution to the British Space programme and that David Cameron and his Bullingdon club chums wanted to shot and eat their pets, but that he would stop them as it was "The right thing to do".


Welshcakes Limoncello said...

My lips are sealed.

James Higham said...

That qualifies nicely, MiaS.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Silly Week is definitely "the right thing to do". Lots of bloggers are taking part and it makes a nice change from the usual political dross.

CherryPie said...

What a good job it is SillyWeek I have had a very silly day!