Could you be a British Judge?
by Stephen Masty
"Justice has triumphed!" ... "Appeal at once!"
As a British judge, how would you rule under the forthcoming law allowing homosexual marriage? Winners may become British judges after purchasing a horse-hair wig.
2) Sir Brian Titwillow wants to divorce Lady Titwillow who has been adulterous with the Duke of Earl. Can the marital knot be severed? (a) no; (b) yes; (c) maybe, but only in Scotland;
3) Howard’s “husband,” Carlos, has been unfaithful while canoodling with Hans. Can Howard divorce him on the grounds of adultery? (a) yes; (b) no; (c) yes if Carlos is a transsexual who was born as a female.The answer for each question is (b). You knew that all along, of course.
The Daily Mail explains that under the homosexual marriage bill, expected to soon pass through The Mother of Parliaments: “only infidelity between a man and a woman constitutes adultery.”