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Abbas Threatens Success Of Mid-East Peace Talks

Nothing Else Can Save Them SOS


by nonamedufus
SIRTE, LIBYA (nonamedufusnews) - The Palestinians, backed by Arab powers say they will withdraw from the latest round of middle east peace talks if Abbas is allowed to reform.

It would appear Arab diplomats are taking a hard line having heard rumours that the Swedish pop quartet might be getting back together. "Mama Mia" said Philip J. Supertrooper, U.S. assistant secretary of state for public affairs. "We will continue to work with the parties to advance negotiations. That's the name of the game here."

Threat to mid-east peace and music lovers everywhere

But the American attempt at diplomacy had little impact on Arab diplomats. "Listen, our Abbas has been around a lot longer than those shitty Swedish songsters" said the other Abbas spokesman Nabil Abu Dancingqueen.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu couldn't bring himself to agree with the Palestinian position. "Knowing me, knowing you" he said "I think Abbas is about to meet his Waterloo. I love the other Abbas, the singing Abbas. Although if they reunited I'm sure it would be for the money, money, money."

For her part, and speaking on behalf of Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad, Agnetha Faitskog indicated she was pleased to hear of Netanyahu's support. "If we can interrupt Bjorn and Benny from counting their money and convince them to take a chance on me then the winner takes it all, know what we mean?"

Would you take a chance on him?

"I have a dream" said Abbas. "And that's a reunited homeland not a reunited Swedish pop group. This is all so confusing. Why didn't they call themselves by some other palindromic name like kayak or racecar or straw warts?"

This post originally perturbed music lovers at The Parody Files.

Comments

Quirkyloon said…
Ha! Clever Nomie! Clever!

Straw Warts? I think that is the moniker for them! They should wear it proud.

And I still think Lady Gaga's "Alejandro" song is rip off between Madonna's "La Isla Bonita" and ABBA's "Fernando."

And I can only stand Fernando of the three.

He's a cool dude.

Ha!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: I'm glad you enjoyed it. I was beginning to think I was the only one that made the connection. And Lord help us all if ABBA reunites.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Sooner or later somebody's gonna have to take a chance on somebody else. Only you could find the humor in all this!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: Well, we can always hope I suppose. Hey! I'm about half-way through "our" book!
00dozo said…
Hopefully, Benny and his jets won't be bombing either of the Abbas.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Hopefully. And maybe peace in the region will be Bjorn again!
Leeuna said…
Another good one, Dufe. Reunited Homeland would be a good name for a rock band...or not.

P.S. I love the way you play with words.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: Thanks, Leeuna. I enjoy playing with words. At least I have someone with which to play.
Linda Medrano said…
Where's the romance? How about strawberry warts? Better, no?
nonamedufus said…
Linda: Strawberry Warts might be more romantic (although there's not much romance when it comes to warts) but it's not a palindrome.
cardiogirl said…
I do believe all of this could have been avoided had they gone with the name Yo, banana boy.

As they say, hindsight is 20/20.
Cruella Collett said…
May I quote this in my thesis? I think you're on to something here...
nonamedufus said…
KABLOOEY: I couldn't have said it better myself.
nonamedufus said…
CG: Ha, ha - I love it! It's got a real appeal.
nonamedufus said…
Cruella: My post in an academic endeavour? Who would have thought.
00dozo said…
Hopefully, Benny and his jets won't be bombing either of the Abbas.
;-)
Leeuna said…
Another good one, Dufe. Reunited Homeland would be a good name for a rock band...or not.

P.S. I love the way you play with words.

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