Jackson weds his Beach Beauty

The Duke of Castlethorpe announced in Top Seller Magazine that whoever retrieved his stolen Sage Throne would be rewarded with Gold Onyx and his only daughter’s hand in marriage.  She was a Beach Beauty and had everyone Vettel for her attention at the Chesalon Festival at Pomodoro.
There were innumerable Tales Of Bravery in the process and competitors ranged from a Royal Bencher and Frenchman in Pierre Jourdan to a Gorongosa who succumbed to Whiteline Fever while he was Polar Bound.
Just as the Duke was about to console himself with never seeing his prized possession again, a Solo Traveller, from South Africa, saved the day! Two weeks later he was duly rewarded and a lavish wedding was held in an English Garden in Eton Square.  When Jackson was asked when he would be taking his lovely bride, Ilha Bella, home he simply replied, “Smanjemanje!”

– via email/fax – Anand-Jay, Pheonix

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