Thursday, 11 April 2013
Jack the Juggler and Jill the Japanese Jujitsu Judge
The Slightly eccentric A to Z blogging adventure of unknown and rather unpopular Modern fairy tales
J Jack the Juggler and Jill the Japanese Jujitsu Judge
Jack the Juggler and Jill the Japanese Jujitsu Judge ascended the jagged Jurassic rocks of the hill to fetch a rather nice Jug of juice in the hot June sun. But in a jest where Jack was jumping about pretending to be Jackdaw, Jill lost concentration, a result all his jiggling, and slipped jabbing her head and breaking her Jujitsu Judges crown and jolly cross she was too. Then Just as Jack the Juggler jumped to Jill’s aid like a jingling Jinghis Khan, Jack too then slipped and fell muttering nonsense like a jailed jabberwocky.
Well that is what Jill told the Judge, but Jack insisted he was not pretending to be a jackdaw but had been jolted towards Jill by a jealous juvenile jellyfish. The Jury at first thought jack was joking, but his Jabbering Jacobean defence lawyer called James, shouted “Juxtaposition” at the jury who jumped and jostled uncomfortably. “This is no Joke” said James the Jacobean lawyer; “my client Jack the juggler may be jailed and all because of the Juxtaposition by a jellyfish”. . . . . “Jack”; insisted the Jacobean lawyer, “was duped and fell first and was in fact wearing Jill’s Japanese Jujitsu Judges crown in a jaunty fashion”.
“The judicial justice system works like a Javanese Jester in the jungle” said the Jacobean Lawyer confusing the Jury even more, “Jack the Juggler is innocent”.
After the trial Jill the Jujitsu Judge said to the massed jostling journalists that the whole trial was a blatant case of Jingoism and now plans to Jet off to
to see her old Janitor from her Junior school and Marry Jilted John. Japan
The Local Journalist from the local paper The Journal summarized the case in the following way in his weekly column:-
JACK and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a JUG of water.
JACK fell down and broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after. . . . . . . . . . . Jack walks Free.
The rest of course as they say is history. . . .