Google kicks Queen in the face
GOOGLE has kicked the Queen squarely in the teeth, it has been confirmed.
On the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne the search giant pointedly refused to dedicate its home page ‘doodle’ to the sovereign’s landmark, instead using it to pay tribute to some dead French pervert.
Today’s ‘doodle’ celebrates the 80th birthday of something called ‘Francois Truffaut’ about whom little is known apart from his definite Frenchness and probable deviance.
Experts predict the snub is the bestial precursor to an all out assault on our way of life.
Denys Finch-Hatton, editor of Mike’s Peerage, said: “Francois Truffaut had a largely unintelligible walk-on part in Close Encounters of the Third Kind and, as far as I am aware, did absolutely nothing else.
“But Google, run as it is by mincing, non-Christian foreigners, sees fit to honour this sweaty, fat lipped non-entity while sending Her Majesty a letter bomb filled with razor blades and polio.
“The Queen may as well be dead. We should now set fire to everything.”
A spokesman for Google said: “Queen Elizabeth and Britain can go fuck themselves. We look forward to urinating into their dying faces.”
Tomorrow’s ‘doodle’ will mark the 90th birthday of Hattie Jacques by comparing her to Hitler.