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What The Daily Mirror Did In The War

by | 10th, June 2008

honour-the-brave-daily-mirror1.png WHAT did you do in the war, daddy?

“Well, son,” says the Mirror hack, dandling the child on his knee, “I worked on a paper that had a WMD counter.”

The child looks disappointed. “We got all the way to number one hundred and something.”

Boy : And then what?

Hack : Well, we reached the biggest number in the whole wide world and had to stop counting.

The boy is now wide eyed. He craves more. The hack digs deep.

Hack : We broadcast pictures of Our Boys pissing on an Iraqi, but not really.

Boy : Pissing?

Hack : Widdling, But not really.


The hack undoes the buttons on his shirt and reveals a medal, on which is scribed “HONOUR THE

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