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Funny story:  You can get Placebo Orgasm

You can get Placebo Orgasm

This is based on pure science, so put your skepticism aside for a moment while I try and explain how it works. The initial study was conducted on placebo sleep. Once it was found to work, experts such as myself attempted to apply the method to other areas. Sex, and orgasm specifically, was deemed most problematical, causing serious lack in gratification. So we conducted a study on the writer of...
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Funny story:  Blame it on the size of the plate - but don't try this at home

Blame it on the size of the plate - but don't try this at home

Well, I'm happy to say that drinking is under control in our household. When I say it's under control, I mean we drink under controlled conditions. And that control, as those of you who've read my previous article know, is the size of the drinking receptacle. I provide the link at the end of this article for those who missed the previous one so that you can also get your drinking under control. An...
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Funny story:  Celebrities choose their World Cup XIs

Celebrities choose their World Cup XIs

Because it's the World Cup Final this weekend, we asked a number of celebrities to tell us who their top World Cup XI would be if they could choose anyone or anything to be on the team. We then imagined what would happen if they actually played each other. Reverend Timothy Pulpit selected a diverse group of objects. In the midfield he had church and gay marriage; on the left wing, Jesus, and on...
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Funny story:  Weird Survey

Weird Survey

In a weird survey conducted by Harvard's Neuroscience Department some interesting findings are being discussed. College and University students were asked to list in descending order WHO THEY WOULD LEAST WANT TO BE AS THEY BREATHED THEIR LAST. The most recurring choices were... 1. Henry Kissinger. 2. Barack Obama 3. George Bush Senior. 4. George Bush Junior. 5. Donald Rumsfeld. 6. Tony Bla...
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Funny story:  History repeats itself

History repeats itself

The Battle of Qadisayeh marks the end of the Persian Empire, fought in 636 A.D. It was a decisive battle between ISIS, oops, Arab Muslim invaders and the Sassanid Persian army at Qadisayeh, presently a 2-hour drive to Baghdad. Who to blame: George Bush, Obama or King Khosrau II? In fact, King Khosrau II, technically the last King of Sassanid Empire, was murdered along with 18 eligible male heir...
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Funny story:  Hillary Clinton at Club Ali Baba and His Forty Daughters for meeting with ISIS in Iraq

Hillary Clinton at Club Ali Baba and His Forty Daughters for meeting with ISIS in Iraq

Pepe Warezabar here, just returned to Baghdad, and speaking into my laptop after rendezvous in Mosul with Hillary and the leader of ISIS. On the way there, yes, it was the orange Honda with plenty of dust, thank the bejeezus, me with pedal to the metal and Hillary in black burqa and wraparounds. Was she nervous? Who wasn't. Look, those claw marks on my right forearm could have come from anyw...
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Funny story:  Kanye Komplains

Kanye Komplains

After Kanye West was overheard complaining that the toilet paper on the Eurostar train was "too scratchy" for his arse, we tracked him down to find out how much of a bell end he really is. He was carried in on the backs of sixteen golden retrievers while church music was played at an ear splitting volume. A large silver hand descended from the sky (we had been ordered to remove our roof for the...
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Funny story:  Meandering Through The Medicine Cabinet

Meandering Through The Medicine Cabinet

Why is it that in this age of enlightened attitudes from the new generation of modern families and forty-something hipsters-wannabes is there still a wholly unrounded perception towards those who 'do' drugs? My days of indulgence were sadly snatched away from me upon the birth of my son. My last joint was rolled and flamed on the very day he was born. I had spent all night at the hospital, th...
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Funny story:  The Hopes and Dreams of Kim Jong-Un

The Hopes and Dreams of Kim Jong-Un

Just when the world thought he was the most mysterious leader ever, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un personally contacted basketball magazine Slam and offered to give them an in-depth interview. Jumping at the chance, Slam Magazine arranged a personal interview to be conducted at Kim Jong-Un's favorite palace, with his pal Dennis Rodman as his interpreter. With beloved basketball icon Bill L...
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Funny story:  A Brief Guide To The 1970s Mk 1 Stylophone

A Brief Guide To The 1970s Mk 1 Stylophone

The Stylophone was a small stylus-operated keyboard, sold mostly as an annoying children's toy. Invented in 1967, it entered production in 1968. It consisted of a tiny metal keyboard played by touching it with a live stylus - each note being connected to a voltage-controlled noise via a resistor - closing a circuit. The only other controls were a power switch and a vibrato control on the fron...
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Funny story:  Fred - The Lust, The Passion, The Man

Fred - The Lust, The Passion, The Man

I get the feeling that people don't fully appreciate Brazilian striker Fred's value to the team, his team-mates, or really anyone who might have ever been in his presence. Those closest to the man have described themselves as being truly enlightened when in his presence. Really anyone fortunate enough to have graced his presence has described the experience as truly spiritual. It's also no coincid...
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Funny story:  Bobby Lobby CEO Opposes Vibrators For Employees

Bobby Lobby CEO Opposes Vibrators For Employees

President and CEO of Bobby Lobby, Cotton Mather, gave an exclusive interview to this magazine today. It is part of our series on the role of the corporation in U.S.society. The background for this particular interview is that the Supreme Court has ruled that the access to contraceptive coverage granted by the Affordable Care Act creates a significant burden on a corporation's free exercise of...
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Funny story:  Conspiracy Theory Breakthrough

Conspiracy Theory Breakthrough

A new drug has been developed to combat what its manufacturers' claim is an increasing rise in what it calls "conspiracy theory syndrome". We went along to F.U. Pharamceuticals in Baltimore to interview leading research scientist there Dr. Hugh.B.Still. I asked the doctor: "Do you believe there is a need for this drug?" "Our research shows that the need is overwhelming. We see the syndrom...
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Funny story:  Visions in the Local Supermarket

Visions in the Local Supermarket

I take my lunch at the same time every damn day. At the appointed hour, I rise from my desk and vacate the building as quickly as possible (usually via the 1st floor window). Evading the guard dogs and searchlights, I take a five minute walk across a very busy road to the local Tesco for a sandwich, a packet of crisps and a critique of the human condition. In between bouts of awareness toward...
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Funny story:  A Trifecta of Awful Movies

A Trifecta of Awful Movies

Elysium, R.I.P.D., Gravity It happened over one weekend. Actually, it was within a twenty-four hour period that I watched these movies - three movies that will forever be etched on my brain as nothing more than a complete waste of my time and effort. Ok, let's start with the first shitty-arsed puppy that wandered into my DVD player and took a dump. How anyone can make a film in which you...
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Funny story:  Off your Facebook

Off your Facebook

I find it ridiculous to accuse the glorious and magnificent all-powerful Facebook being of manipulating my emotions. I was logged in for an hour this morning and found it very enlightening to rapidly assimilate the Cyrillic alphabet. Must reach Kremlin. If my emotions were manipulated surely I'd be ecstatic that England are out of the World Cup and I'm not. Mainly because they are still in it acco...
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Funny story:  Loose Lips by Jackson Hoff

Loose Lips by Jackson Hoff

Hoff here. Of all the expressions that fill the languages of the world, "Loose Lips Sink Ships" is probably my favorite. I know what it means; I really don't have much reason to use it. Hardly any. Pop phrases like this are many times proceeded by "Well, you know what they say.." Examples: "Well, you know what they say... -- A fool and his money are soon parted. -- You're just beating a dead...
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Funny story:  Auntie Jean Advises  I.S. Wallow From Upper Thong Whether Or Not  To Come In Out Of The Rain

Auntie Jean Advises I.S. Wallow From Upper Thong Whether Or Not To Come In Out Of The Rain

I. S. Wallow Asks: Dear Auntie Jean, I am sitting in my best clothes in wet mud in a torrential downpour in the garden. Normally despite being an otherwise intelligent human being, I ask my mother whether or not to come in out of the rain. My mother tells me I have no common sense. I have a horrific cough and what seems to be pneumonia. My mother is not speaking to me so will not tell me ei...
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Funny story:  Elephant No Longer In The Room

Elephant No Longer In The Room

The elephant in the room has taken his own life. He was suffering from clinical depression. He was extremely self-conscious, thinking that he makes others uncomfortable. He was always confused about people's true feelings towards him and he never understood his own place in this world. Sometimes people ignored him and sometimes he was the talk of the room either way no one ever really saw him...
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Funny story:  Giving Up Smoking With Lady Penelope And The Thunderbird Team

Giving Up Smoking With Lady Penelope And The Thunderbird Team

One time 60 a day cigarette holder wielding Lady Penelope has offered to help Spoof Readers quit smoking. "The entire Thunderbird team was getting through a total of 6000 cigarettes a day in the 1970s" explained Parker, Lady Penelope's bit of rough. "It was a little over the top on the smoking front. The thing was that everything was powered by fireworks - no C.G.I you see, and we all smok...
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Funny story:  It's Pope Francis vs. the Eight Ball in a know-it-all shootout

It's Pope Francis vs. the Eight Ball in a know-it-all shootout

New York City - What does Pope Francis have in common with The Magic Eight Ball? They both are infallible, possessing the magical ability of always providing the right answer at the right time. But there is one question that they haven't examined: who between the two is the smartest? The ball? Or the bishop? The Institute for the Intensely Intelligent recently conducted an Infallibility Face-...
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Funny story:  Goodnight, FOX

Goodnight, FOX

Under the capitol dome There was a megaphone And a whole lot of goons And a picture of McCain railing just like a loon. And there were thirty House members full of hot air And two anchors from FOX Wearing identical socks And a tired refrain Repeated day after day About a trumped up scandal by the name of Benghazi Intoned all day by the Koch brothers' patsies. Goodnight goons...
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