Just 24 hours after joining Facebook, Her Majesty the Queen has been forced to accept over 1,200 invitations to 'useless' applications. The invitations, from befriended heads of state, ask her to run a virtual farm, play Texas Hold 'Em poker and to calculate the funniest anagram of her name. Representatives say that refusing the invitations might be seen as a snub and damage British international relations.
It is estimated that the staff maintaining her Private Photo Album, reading 10 Ways To Seduce Any Girl and 21 Legendary Things To Do In The Pub, and installing her 301 'dislike' buttons have already cost the taxpayer at least £4 million.
It has also emerged that Britain has become embroiled in an online snowball war with real-world ally France. Meanwhile Michelle Obama faces stern criticism for welcoming the Queen with an electronic 'poke'.