Wonder Woman visits the Wuxi China Expatdom Veterans Hospital

The wife of the Wuxi China Expatdom Prime Minister, Wonder Woman visited the War against the Ayatollah of Mordor wing of the Wuxi China Expatdom Veterans Hospital Sunday afternoon.
The idea of her visit was initially meet with hostility from the veterans who had become accustomed to being visited by Her Majesty, the Queen of the Wuxi China Expatdom, Ayira: the Chosen One. But Ayira, pregnant with triplets, has had to curtail her hectic schedule which included visiting children’s hospitals, praying at churches, attending ribbon-cutting ceremonies, launching Wuxi China Expatdom Royal Navy Battle Ships, attending movie premieres, having audiences with Pope Benedict XVI and the first wives of many nations, doing King Gorzo’s laundry and cooking, and playing Mah Jong with her local friends at the De Bing Hotel in Meicun. Wonder Woman had agreed to act as Wuxi China Expatdom Queen, up to a point, so as to allow Ayira to prepare to bring the three new additions to the royal household.

The veterans quickly changed their opinion of the visit of Wonder Woman, when they saw the former Amazonian Queen in person. Charmed by her beauty, over-awed by her shapely thighs, brought to tears by her compassion, and their spirits raised by her bountiful bosom, the veterans, even the ones in wheel chairs or missing limbs, stood to applaud her. One veteran, Cornelius McBloom, a caramel ball still stuck to his forehead, said that Wonder Woman seemed to have the angelic presence of Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Wonder Woman, was gracious at the enthusiasm of her reception, telling the veterans that the sacrifices they made in helping oust the evil former King of Wuxi from the Expatdom, would never be forgotten by her and free people the world over, especially those who were Wuxi China Expatdomites, the freest people on Earth.


About wuxiandis

An English Teacher in Wuxi, China. Married to a local girl. Father of a boy born August 23, 2007.
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