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Old 08-05-2012, 06:16 PM
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2012 Olympics a fix?

Considering the unprecedented success of the British competitors over the past week, I'd say 'yes'. A week ago, they were going nowhere, hardly got a medal in anything. Then, all of a sudden - whoosh! Why the sudden change? What happened?

Foreign competitors were nobbled. How?
Dishing them up with traditional British food.
Poor Federer today said he felt so heavy on the court, could hardly move around, and Murray ran rings round him. Steak & kidney pudding followed by jam roll had clearly taken their toll. In the Olympic canteen, it was an all British choice : black pudding, Yorkshire pudding, spotted dick (a horror to behold), bread pudding, peas pudding, spam and chips, faggots and chips, tripe & onions, jellied eels and other stodgy morsels. Some astute journalist noticed that the athletes eating there were non native, the British competitors being nowhere to be seen : that speaks volumes.
The French are terribly upset about this. Some had demanded a French meal be served, but the canteen manageress told them to like it or lump it. Indeed, they found it extremely difficult to find a suitable French restaurant in London, most of them being 'mock' French ones run by pretentious English chefs. And you can see how the Germans fared, unable to get sauerkraut anywhere, now placed even lower than the frogs!
And what about the Chinese? Well, they can't miss! Off they all go to London's Leicester Square Chinese quarter, no problem.
You would never credit that food could be a drug, could you. But facts speak for themselves.
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