November 29, 2012 by patrickpadget
Back in 1941 Lord Cuthbert, a key agent in MI6, went to Northern France to work with The Resistance. Working undercover, posing as a gendarme, in the small village of Brionne his mastery of languages was crucial in convincing the Nazis that he was the real thing. Yes, it was he who was behind the plot to sabotage the sausage factory just outside Compiens. He who assassinated Herr Dobermann-Pincher, the regional head of The Waffen SS, with a cheesewire laughingly saying it was “hard cheddar” for the German. He who became romantically involved with Madamme Gertrude Le-Fondpuant at the height of the sugar-beet crisis in 1943. And he who worked closely with General DeGaulle to engineer the Allied veto on black pudding in Paris during 1944 which finally cracked the German morale.
Cuthbert was caught and cruelly tortured by the evil Nazi temptress, Hildegarde Strondheim, who twanged the back of his legs with her knicker elastic and tickled him mercilessly until he confessed all. Fortunately he escaped from the POW camp by tunnelling under the wire using an egg spoon and hiding the debris in his underpants.