A British mechanical giraffe evaded American secret services, infiltrated the White House and got close enough to Barack Obama to bite his head off. The robotic beast narrowly avoided sparking World War III after appearing at an event in the White House intended to show off the work of American "makers". The President was …
"A British mechanical giraffe evaded American secret services, infiltrated the White House and got close enough to Barack Obama to bite his head off."
Sounds worse than Austin Powers...
The agent in the background is mopping his brow and shifting nervously from side to side. I think he realizes that if the giraffe suddenly made a move to attack the president, there isn't much he could do to save him.
He's probably thinking "I thought being on the POTUS detail was going to be glamorous and prestigious, instead I'm watching him pet a giant robot giraffe with a British accent!"
Love the British boss' approach to PR:
Rather than the usual "What a great achievement, my employee is very talented",
"We have lost so much time to this bloody giraffe,"
Did Freddie Starr eat the President's hamster?
Where's a WASP when you need one?
Not, of course, that there is any threat to the Sheriff of Rock Ridge from the 'Birthers' who still haven't got over the fact that the new Sherrrif is a 'Ni . . .'
Re: Where's a WASP when you need one?
He said, the sheriff is NEAR!!!
Awesome - can I have one please?
My very own destructoid robot giraffe - how cool is that?!
Just the prototype
It just needs some miniaturization work to make Llamatron.
Re: Just the prototype
well the British already invented the dirigiberbil years ago....
Which "British accent"?
I do hope that it spoke with RP.
Almost eaten doesn't count.
"Almost" only counts in horseshoes (a game), hand grenades, and nuclear warheads.
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