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Thursday, 1 February 2007

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"We have been warned" Duff before his mysterious disappearance

That much overused term, and this is a much overused term, has today been branded as one of the most overused terms in the English language.

This is because day after day we see lots of people praising or referring to other people and who usually preface their remarks thus:

"Sting? Well of course he is, and this is a much overused term, a genius. Or Larry Olivier? Well of course he truly was, and this is a much overused term, a giant of stage and screen.

The Spoof will be henceforth implementing a strict editorial policy banning, and this is a much overused term. There will be dire consequences for any contributors ignoring this policy.

Any writers including this much overused term in their copy will be .......

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