The Truth about Goats
Lucky Karam Mansour (12) has had the good fortune to have been bombed with every form of ballistics and by every conceivable nation. This has allowed him to finish his beloved ‘Panini WMD 2018’ ahead of this year’s World Cup and next year’s World War.
Despite having lost his village, his parents and one leg to the bombing, Karam said it was a price worth paying in order to get bragging rights in his school playground – which no longer exists. Speaking to reporters, he said: ‘With 8 million people displaced it’s been hard to organise any swapsies’.
Normally young children would have to travel far and wide to collect all the stickers, but thanks to Russia and the US, all those bombs have come directly to Karam’s local shops. ‘I’ve collected shrapnel from Isarel, Iran, the Kurds, Hizballah, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, ISIS, Turkey, the Al-Nusra Front and the fallout from Mel & Sue on the ‘Generation Game’. Not to mention bombs from our very own, ironically titled ‘Assad United’.’
With weapons helpfully supplied by the UK, China, Germany and France, Karam was able complete his Panini for the modest cost of $7.73bn. He was not sure if he would be around in four years time for the next album: ‘…but would be willing to swap a sticker of Harry Kane for a remedy for nerve agent’