Thursday, April 14, 2005


WH INTERNAL MEMO – Confidential

Amendments to BFLWL

For the attention of all WH staff:

It has been brought to our attention, that certain WH personnel are using profane language in their verbal and written communication with other staff members. This is absolutely unacceptable. The President and the Vice President have set strict protocols for all staff working in the WH. The repeated use profanity is not only frowned upon, but is also punishable by 13 month jail sentence, as implemented at the commencement of the President’s second-term in office.

In tandem with existing guidelines of WH communication, the President and the VP have additionally added two more words to the Banned Four-Letter Words List (BFLWL). The following words shall not be used in any official or non-official WH communication (verbal or written):


It is believed that these abhorrent and filthy words have no place in the WH and certainly not part of the language spoken by America’s moral majority. Therefore, in all future communication (written or verbal), President Bush will now be referred to, or addressed as, President Shrub or President Hedge. The VP has opted for various alternatives for his first name. He may be referred to as Woody or Johnson, although the Vice President is partial to Prick Cheney.

It is recommended that all WH staff strictly conform to the above.

WH Chief of staff.

Post script: The above memo does not apply to the First Lady, she may call the President by any name she likes.


Blogger Thomas said...

I really like how the First Lady took a definite stand in favor of LITERACY. I remember how Hillary hated when they taught Republicans how to read enough to be able to vote.

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