Queen Elizabeth is proof that pollys are nuts

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Thursday October 26 11:37 AM ET

'Singing' Queen Elizabeth at Center of Fishy Tale

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth has been entertaining guests at her Balmoral estate in Scotland with renditions of ``Don't Worry Be Happy'' in a duet with a rubber singing fish, Britain's Sun tabloid said on Thursday.

The monarch has even mounted the grotesque ``Billy Bass'' singing fish toy -- which mounted on a wooden plaque, looks like an angler's trophy -- on her grand piano, the paper said.

Buckingham Palace could not confirm the bizarre report, but it stopped short of ruling it out altogether.

``The Queen may have a singing fish, but more than that I couldn't say,'' a Buckingham Palace spokesman told Reuters.

The Sun said the Queen was given the toy by another member of the royal family and bursts out laughing every time it is switched on and starts to twitch and croon.

``The Queen thinks Billy's a scream -- he's always on her piano,'' a Balmoral insider told the paper. ``It's so funny to see all these mounted deers' heads and stuffed animals hanging on the walls of this grand room.''

``And there in the middle of it all is the Queen and a fish mounted on a plaque singing 'Don't Worry Be Happy','' the source added.

-- (lost@her.royal.marbles), October 27, 2000


You wanta see nuts? well do ya punk? Take a gander at this stuff, never before revealed in the presence of a diehard Doomer, but hey, it is OK now that Y2k is OK, OK?...Timecubes.

No question we Pollies are nuts, but we were correct my friend, now you know our secret, the four cubes.

-- Doc Paulie (fannybubbles@usa.net), October 27, 2000.

I must disagree. The Secret is revealed on the labels of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps and in the revered Essene Scrolls. ALL-ONE-OR-NO-ONE! RUTABAGAS!

-- I'm Here, I'm There (I'm Everywhere@so.beware), October 27, 2000.

I've seen this fish and it's absolutely hilarious.I guess "She who must be Obeyed" could do with a little light relief from time to time.

-- A loyal subject (chris@griffenmill.com), October 28, 2000.

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