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From News Discussion / 10 year old girl arrested after drawing hopscotch grid on the pavement outside her home
Posted 19 May 15 03:32
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Has it come to this?

 
From News Discussion / Man Walking Dog In Woods Doesn't Find Murder Victim
Posted 9 May 15 21:27
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Yes I am fond of that one as well.

 
From News Discussion / Man Walking Dog In Woods Doesn't Find Murder Victim
Posted 7 May 15 01:00
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A generally good story with a laugh or two

 
From News Discussion / Isle of Wight residents rejoice at opening of Food Bank on island
Posted 28 Apr 15 03:18
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Worthy of the Ventnor Blog

 
From News Discussion / Woman Looses Breast Implant In Vacuum Cleaner Mishap
Posted 27 Apr 15 02:53
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Such a strange idea, I suppose it could be a promo idea for Dyson

 
From News Discussion / Onion offers To Buy Out Spoof and Eliminate Embarrassing Satire
Posted 25 Apr 15 22:34
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He was a giant amongst his peers.

 
From General Discussion / Search for Jesus finds success in Central America
Posted 23 Apr 15 03:09
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I haven't got much beyond the headline on this one.

 
From News Discussion / Onion offers To Buy Out Spoof and Eliminate Embarrassing Satire
Posted 22 Apr 15 22:53
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Some punctuation, terrible typos, needs a rewrite.

 
From News Discussion / Onion offers To Buy Out Spoof and Eliminate Embarrassing Satire
Posted 18 Apr 15 00:40
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This is a commendable suggestion.



Quote: Ellie James

I don't get it. Publishing anywhere should warrant correct spelling, correct grammar, etc. It matters for every writer I come across. It doesn't matter where your drivel is located on the internet! While it's true there are a lot of stories on here I don't get, or personally find funny because they aren't my cup of tea, but at least the vast majority are spelt correctly, and are punctuated properly. I know there are a few errors that are missed, but the moment they are spotted, the writer tends to correct them.

And, there are a few very successful writers (novelists) who post here who are quite funny and they take the time to make sure the alleged crap they write on here is written in...I don't know...proper English!


 
From General Discussion / Fancy That
Posted 16 Apr 15 03:33
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Must have been a bit of a suprise, not many pigeons get to be the size of a dugong.

 
From General Discussion / spoof editors tampering with writers original material?
Posted 15 Apr 15 00:17
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I agree, but he is angry, good grist for the mill. Will he be a superhero or a villain, only time will tell.

 
From News Discussion / Onion offers To Buy Out Spoof and Eliminate Embarrassing Satire
Posted 14 Apr 15 23:26
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A fine effort, nouns, verbs, punctuation, it's all there.



 
From News Discussion / Isle Of Wight News - New Smuggler Theme Park Set To Rival Canada's Wonderland
Posted 8 Apr 15 02:47
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This sounds like one of those wild African Safari theme parks with no fences

 
From News Discussion / Shock at Latest Young Briton Tempted Abroad by Extremist Sect
Posted 8 Apr 15 01:35
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You can reach more people with television than a machine gun

 
From News Discussion / Shock at Latest Young Briton Tempted Abroad by Extremist Sect
Posted 7 Apr 15 02:41
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An interesting take on radicalization of our youth

 
From News Discussion / Study finds "referring to yourself in third person" still most reliable way to get ahead in career
Posted 31 Mar 15 02:13
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Einstein demonstrated his theory that time could move backwards using a simple staple remover

 
From General Discussion / The "N" Word Comedy Sketch
Posted 30 Mar 15 12:06
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This is a good slogan for a cap, tee shirt, movie

 
From News Discussion / Man From Duck Dynasty With Silly Looking Beard Talks Utter Crap
Posted 28 Mar 15 00:41
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Nice percussive angry rhythm going on here.

 
From General Discussion / James Corden
Posted 26 Mar 15 03:28
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If Corden starts eating his guests ratings may suffer, or would they?


Quote: D P Whitehead

James Corden looks like Gary Barlow after he has eaten the rest of Boyzone.


 
From General Discussion / James Corden
Posted 25 Mar 15 23:24
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Corden is already on twice a day, late night and late afternoon.

Mus'nt sleep much.

 
From News Discussion / Stock photo model admits "My life isn't that exciting"
Posted 25 Mar 15 22:52
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Just a catalogue, thumbing through pages, getting up now and then to change the channel.



Quote: Erskin Quint

In the old days this would have been written about catalogue models. Then again, it wouldn't, as there would have been no internet, hence no Spoof in those days.

Isn't linear Time a killer?


 
From News Discussion / Stock photo model admits "My life isn't that exciting"
Posted 23 Mar 15 23:02
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As nice s on the supermodel, who could argue with that.


Quote: Erskin Quint

Ah, thank you Victor, ever the calm voice of reason in a turbulent time. Personally, for a plural, I would have opted for just putting an 's' on the end, but what do I know?


 
From General Discussion / 'Officials seize half a ton of radioactive sanitary pads'
Posted 21 Mar 15 22:55
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Does Godzilla have a girlfriend?

 
From General Discussion / The Spoof is Home to Funny Writers
Posted 21 Mar 15 00:02
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I agree with Erskine



Quote: Erskin Quint

I agree with Nick.


 
From News Discussion / Stock photo model admits "My life isn't that exciting"
Posted 20 Mar 15 22:47
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Erskin

I not certain about this but am willing to wager that a "call team" is the plural of super model. It is not in common use I believe due to the scarcity of young women of this category less so for groups of them of any number.



Quote: Erskin Quint


With the availability of stockphotos, you can have a cracking hot secretary, need a picture of a call team comprised of supermodels you can have that. How about a baby hedgehog with an apple stuck to its spines? It's all possible now thanks to the emergence of these stock sites.


"In most European countries, hedgehogs are believed to be a hard-working no-nonsense animal[citation needed]. This partially results from the folk belief that hedgehogs collect apples and mushrooms and carry them to their secret storage." (Wikipedia)

I have to say that my personal experience does not tally with any of this stuff about hedgehogs, as most of the hedgehogs I know are far from "hard-working no-nonsense". Yes, they collect mushrooms (magic ones I reckon, from the way they carry on). But I have never seen one with an apple on its spines.

Also, what is a "call team comprised of supermodels"?


 
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