Queen Christmas Address to repeatedly remind nation of what she did during WW2
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The nation is said to be slightly fidgety around plans to invite it's aged monarch into it's homes this Christmas Day due to slightly uncomfortable and stilited converstaions mostly centering around the unavailability of food stuffs during WW2.
"It's only once a year" revealed Mrs Felicity Smalls of Teddington, "but it's a frayed time of year for me especially after having to cook a full roast swan, sorry goose, for eight of us. The last thing I then want is to have to deal with the Queen going on and on about banana shortages."
There have been further concerns that the nation might get a repeat of Christmas 2007 when the Queen got the hiccups after one not so small glass of sherry before complaining that a local asian nurse had definitely stolen her hat when she had gone in for a routine checkup that year. 2007 saw the nation try to feebly explain that this "wasn't the case and that she had just mislaid it" before whispering to each other that "she won't change now" downing a large glass of white wine and stoicly sighing that "it's only for 8 minutes a year".
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