Greece allowed to keep uneaten biscuits as part of Eurozone debt deal
As part of the last-gasp Eurozone debt restructure, it’s been agreed that Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou can take the leftover biscuits back home with him.
This is despite such a deal looking unlikely earlier in the day following Silvio Berlusconi ‘calling’ the Garibaldis and Nicolas Sarkozy staking claims on the final packet of Nice.
The pressure only mounted further when David Cameron seemed unwilling to relinquish the Rich Teas and Chancellor Merkel submitted a demand for the remaining Ginger Nuts on behalf of the German people.
After stiff negotiations, however, the nation states crumbled and let Greece take them home, remarking that they’d ‘all gone a bit soft now anyway so, whatever.’
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Posted: Oct 28th, 2011 by Guest
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