Friday, 9 October 2009

There was man called George The Hero. This is his story.....

Here’s a brief summary of the story that was discovered through various interactions with the general public. Yes, they’re our creative muses and we’re simply their creative vessel. If that’s not a blissful collaboration then I don’t know what is! Here we go:

There was a man called George the Hero. He is Greek and has a mane of blonde hair, has piercing blue eyes and always wears a white toga suit with sandals. He likes to go out to a gay bar on a Friday night, why not? Last Friday George came in to a kerfuffle with Madonna at the gay bar. She offended him so much that they broke into a fight, which got poor George arrested and locked up.

Luckily for George, his niece Alex Nearchou busted him out by eating the jail bars. She took her uncle George to a cottage to hide out and consequently tried it on with him! Whilst Alex tried her charms, she realised that they were in grave danger as Jaws (the baddy from the Bond film) was after them because Alex had stolen Jaws’ technique of biting through things. Apparently he had patented this technique in the 90s. Who knows.

A half naked George along with his niece Alex smashed through the windows of the cottage. Our Greek hero used a fig leaf to cover his manhood and so Alex decided to get naked as well and cover her lady bits in the same way. They came across a church and said that they were Adam and Eve back from the past. They met some hippies who were on their way to Hawaii and so George and Alex hopped on their hippy-mobile and were on their way to this exotic island.

In a final turn, George and Alex were murdered whilst holidaying in Hawaii. How tragic. After much investigation, it turned out that it was Madonna’s evil plan to have them killed all along. The Queen of Pop uses her bad music as well as her one-to-one relationship with God to kill all homosexuals in the world. She has assassins planted all over the world to do her dirty work for her, which is what caused this tragic tale to come to and end.

And there we have it. George the Hero…almost a Greek tragedy.

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