Mad Meg

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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Mad Meg.
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She sure eats a lot of hot dogs, even more than I do ( especially around basketball season ), yet she is not that fat

~ Peter Griffin on the misconception that she is eating them, and not fantasis/zing about the New York Knicks


Mad Meg (born: possibly - died: somewhat later) is the legendary chronicler of Mid-New Elizabethan age Slough, generally considered slightly less accurate and trustworthy than a New Labour MP at election time.

The Annals of the Doings of the Small and Silly (also known as the White Book, as it is bound in red leather) is the principal source for the early history of Slough. Modern historians dismiss it as apocryphal nonsense written centuries (or at least minutes) after the events it purports to describe.