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Funny story: Women shopping on a budget are urged to shop with cross dressers

Women shopping on a budget are urged to shop with cross dressers

A recent survey has discovered that, when it comes to clothes shopping, cross dressers win hands down for finding bargains. "After twenty years of marriage," said Hattie Coates, editor of Fashion Magazine, "I discovered my husband was a cross dres...
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Funny story: BBC admits to changing whole TV shows just because of typing errors

BBC admits to changing whole TV shows just because of typing errors

It is believed that the BBC scrapped and re-wrote entire television series after spelling errors in titles released to the press at the time caused embarrassment to senior management. Amongst these were 'Morph' a loveable plasticine man from the...
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Funny story: Man Becomes Addicted To 'Bargain Hunt'

Man Becomes Addicted To 'Bargain Hunt'

A man is in intensive care tonight, after his wife contacted the emergency services when it became clear that he had become addicted to Bargain Hunt. It's the BBC show, fronted by Tim Oneoclock, which entrusts two teams of pairs with £300, and sen...
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