Spain has warned Argentina that he will ‘tell on him’ after the rogue South-American shambles seized Spain’s favourite oil exploration subsidiary whilst Spain wasn’t looking, presumably in the early afternoon, shortly after Spain’s midday meal.
Spain’s Dad, and head of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, said that he was “seriously disappointed” at Argentina’s behaviour; his worst since 1982 when he kicked Britain in the nuts and tried to take his ball, before storming off and saying that he wasn’t playing anymore.
In a recent interview, Britain said that “Argentina tried it on with me before but I proper done him”, adding that “Argentina’s always trying to skank stuff off the other kids, but he ain’t as hard as he reckons, especially when he’s not with his mates from Mercosur. My mates are harder than his mates anyway so I’m not bothered”.
It is widely believed that Argentina’s behaviour is largely caused by his stuff not being as good as the other kids’, and that he is visibly getting less pocket money. Things came to a head recently when Britain turned up in Argentina’s neighbourhood daubed in Eurofighter Typhoons and a brand new Dauntless, he then proceeded to diss Argentina for wearing 1967 Mirage 5As, before repeatedly pointing at Argentina and asking who he was.
Argentina's Dad stated that “we thought we’d turned a corner with his behaviour after the ’82 debacle, but ever since his debt default in 2001 he’s had problems with his anger. People don’t understand him, deep-down he’s not a bad kid, he just takes expropriation of assets very seriously”.
It is unclear just how this saga will unfold, but many international observers believe that Spain will unfriend Argentina on Facebook, with some believing that he will go so far as to unfriend him on Myspace, if he can remember his login details.
Bono is due to hold a press conference on the issue over the next few days. Sean Penn was unavailable for comment.