Isle of Dogs
“No men, no booze, poopy smell, and ugly old hags everywhere... there is a Hell!”
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Origins[edit | edit source]
Upon the discovery of a rare new landmass, the government of Winston Churchill anexed it for the state. The government quickly discovered it bore no use, and also smelled funny, and promptly donated it to the romance novelist Barbara 'Babs' Cartland.
I christen thee...[edit | edit source]
Cartland christened it initially after the substance that constituted the island, naming it The Isle of Dog Crap. However, during a rare fit of sanity she renamed it for the animal that had indirectly created it, and vowed to put it to charitable use.
After careful thought she opened the windswept turd mound in 1952 to all famous women who were no longer welcomed in society for some reason. The government (not to mention men everywhere) was overjoyed at this turn of events.
Hierarchy of the Isle[edit | edit source]
Residents of the Isle of Dogs live in a solitary stone tower located precariously at the top of the pile. There they pursue their tedious activities, living by a strict and brutal regime, constantly monitored by the vicious Top Dog - currently Margaret Thatcher.
Each resident has to share a small room with two others, and gossip and backstabbing run riot. In many ways life on the island is identical to Aussie sitcom Prisoner Cellblock H, only with fewer cardboard walls and scarey manish-looking women.
Requirements for residence[edit | edit source]
To live on the Isle of Dogs residents must be female and have fulfilled at least one of the following actions:
- Must have slept with at least 4,500 men, women, or animals;
- Must have exposed naughty bits to the public at least 5 times;
- Must be at least 10 years past her prime.
Common activities of residents[edit | edit source]
- Harrassing the uninterested media for attention;
- Complaining about the government to anybody who will listen;
- Reminiscing about 'the good old days' to anybody who will listen;
- Writing romance novels;
- Reading romance novels;
- Watching reruns of As Time Goes By.
Famous residents[edit | edit source]
- Barbara Cartland
- Esther Ranson
- Margaret Thatcher
- Margaret Beckett
- Claire Raynor
- Princess Anne
- Sarah Ferguson
- Excommunicated members of the Beverley Sisters
- All of the Spice Girls
- Your mum