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Classic rodent!

Another classic post from the Flying Rodent here...
Will nobody do anything about the relentless march of Islamist fascism into British life?

Just last night, I opened a can of Alphabetti Spaghetti for dinner, and within two minutes I was able to form Jihadist slogans such as DEF TO THE INFIDEL, I LUV DEF MOR THN LIFE and OSAMA IS NICE.

Disgracefully, I was still able to write HITLER IZ SEXY if I used an N on its side for an S, thus demonstrating that fascism retains a place in the European psyche.

This foodstuff is fed to our children, for God's sake - are we really so spineless and supine that we allow this racist propaganda onto our dining tables?

I was able to make the words STALIN IZ MY LORD, although that was not with Alphabetti Spaghetti; I was reading The Guardian backwards...

Comments

Anonymous said…
Shamelessly swiped from Letterbocks in Viz...but hey, the dead-tree press do it too...
Wrinkled Weasel said…
That's strange, that is, because some University campuses are banning alphabetti spaghetti because it has been known to spell

"PUKI", which as you may know, is the the acronym of a small anti-EU party, only a bit jumbled up.

I personally can render the whole of "La Marseillaise" in blond pubes (the accents are a piece of piss using this method).
Mark Wadsworth said…
Richard Stilgoe boasted thirty years ago that his name was an anagram of "Giscard O'Hitler" and for some reason I never forgot that useful fact.
anthonynorth said…
What a load of pastards!
lahgbr said…
Yes - very hilarious. But yesterday whilst shopping in central Oxford I saw two women trailing behind their husbands in the full head-to-foot black shroud and face mask. And that's Oxford, not Birmingham or Bradford. Not so funny, really.
Mr. Hughes
Roger Thornhill said…
[pedant]I think you mean qastards...[/dedaut]
Wally Banners said…
I was able to spell with my letters, Nuke Iran. :)
woman on a raft said…
I've found 'bosom' and 'bum'. I must have picked up the mildly rude tin instead of the political one. They should put different coloured labels on.

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