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Posted: 25 Dec 12 00:24

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LONDON (ABSNN) - News of the discovery of ancient biblical texts was released today by unknown, and unnamed archeologists digging through a spittoon at a local London public house, the Coal Hole. "Nothing this special was ever found in the spitter before," said the bar swamper. Martin Shuttlecck. "I did find a gold dental bridge that one time tho." "Nothing is really known about the SSHites.....

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Posted: 25 Dec 12 00:28
By Thor's fiveskin! A proper Christmas cracker and no mistake!

I didn't understand a bloody word of it.

Reach for the stars this Yuletide young man!

The Milky Bars are on me!


Merry Christmas all! Spread the love!


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