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God Save The Queen Post by :bingo4466 Category :Funny Stories Author :Unknown Date :April 2012 Read :2371

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God Save The Queen

The Queen of England was showing the Archbishop ofCanterbury around the Royal Stables when one of thestallions close by farted so loudly it couldn't beignored.

'Oh dear,' said the Queen, 'How embarrassing. I'mfrightfully sorry about that.'

'It's quite understandable,' said the archbishop, andafter a moment added,'as a matter of fact I thought it was the horse.'

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