News is emerging that President Obama honoured David Cameron with an 'I Like Your Accent', the highest honour an American dignitary can bestow on a foreigner, when meeting aliens.
The honour is thought to have been offered when Obama, relieved that British people weren't like they are on the movies, stopped feeling angry about pinko euro panty waists, and began to relax.
It was when David Cameron began an impassioned defence of the special relationship, a phrase containing several possibly controversial vowel sounds, that Obama seemed visibly impressed.
"Obama stopped Cameron in mid speech, asked him to repeat the word relationship again," said a witness. What he did next shook constitutionalists to their very core. 'Obama smiled, looked at Cameron and said he liked his accent,' said the witness.
I Like Your Accent. The four little words every British person loves to hear from their American allies. British people often reciprocate with 'don't shoot, we're on your side', but it's thought that was inappropriate in this particular encounter.
No British Prime Minister has been awarded with an I Like Your Accent (ILYA) since Winston Churchill, says the Daily Mirror's Loyal Correspondent Danny Pugh, who exclusively covers Britain's special relationship with the US.