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This is a spoof: -- if you want, I'd like to be made Friar twice in one day ;-)

If you've seen Mystery Men, please imagine this post being read by "The Blue Rajah".

I say old chap. There you go again, colonials having a pop at good old Brittania. Bad show, bad show I say, it's not cricket.

If there weren't ladies present I'd teach you to respect the British;

  • UK: Marquis of Queensbury Rules, Monty Python, Tea, Tennis, Shakespeare and Cricket.
  • Yank: Winblows, Roseanne, "Muppet Babies", "Who's the Boss" AND MacDonalds.
Please don't liken us to our cousins from the North: they don't wash, can't afford a colour license for the sky (it's always grey) and they use Hovis loaves as currency.

We'll hand over Mr Bean when you sign a contract out-lawing further Police Academy Movies or spin-off series.

Austin Powers was Mike Myers ripping off a Brit: Peter Sellers (Go on I defy you!).I rest my case milud, I thengyou.

--
Brother Frankus.

In reply to Hard Limey Cheese, Old boy! by frankus
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