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Funny story:  50 things you must do in Britain before you die

50 things you must do in Britain before you die

Travel agency GetMeTheF***OutOfHere has compiled a list of the fifty things that every British person should do before he or she dies. The list is intended to increase tourism to the UK as well as boosting some of our best known exports. It includes many experiences which British people will commonly do at some time in their life. Foreigners and tourists may wonder about some of the items, but...
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Funny story:  British Admit Even They Don't Understand Their Monetary System

British Admit Even They Don't Understand Their Monetary System

According to an anonymous source who alleges to be a high-level member of Parliament, even the British government doesn't understand the British monetary system. The fundamental British currency, the Pound Sterling, usually referred to simply as...
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Funny story:  Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth To Visit Syria

Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth To Visit Syria

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Queen Elizabeth called up Michelle Obama and told her that she felt bad about England going against the United States and voting not to have anything to do with Syria. The queen remarked that she could not believe it when she sa...
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Funny story:  Britain Best at Breeding

Britain Best at Breeding

Britain's population has increased at an incredible rate in the last year, with an extra 300,000 people now living in the country. That is a higher increase than any other EU nation. Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed the news. He said that the...
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Funny story:  Nostalgic Television: "Get Smart"

Nostalgic Television: "Get Smart"

Get Maxwell Don Adams Smart, or Get Smart, as it was called for short, celebrated the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency. It starred Maxwell Don Adams Smart, an actual CIA agent who loved numbers, particularly 99. The series was designed to showcase the efficiency and sophistication of U. S. federal bureaucracies and to make Americans feel safe and happy to part with the millions of dollars in taxe...
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Funny story:  Rupert Giles

Rupert Giles

Rupert Giles studied at Oxford University, but dropped out before earning a history degree to become a voyeur, or "watcher," as his father and grandmother Edna had been before him. Rather than taking his wayward son to task for wasting what could have been a superb education at one of the world's leading universities, Giles' father approved of his decision, affirming it as a fulfillment of his "de...
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Funny story:  Why do the French refuse to adopt the foot?

Why do the French refuse to adopt the foot?

It is a question which has confused generations. Why do the French insist on continuing to use their strange outdated measurements such as the kilometre, the gram and the snail? It seems to be arrogance which prevents them from adopting the British Imperial System, with its far more logical conversions - 12 barleycorns to the hand, 3 hands to the foot, 3 feet to the yard, and 1760 yards to the...
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Funny story:  Don't cry for me Argentina, says Falklands

Don't cry for me Argentina, says Falklands

The Falklands has filed for an injunction after receiving numerous drunk-texts and inappropriate phone calls from Argentina, it has emerged. The Falkland Islands last night confirmed it sent a letter to the UN filing for a restraining order on Ar...
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Funny story:  Scotland could take UK's place in the EU, says SNP

Scotland could take UK's place in the EU, says SNP

A spokesman for the Scottish National Party has suggested that if Scotland becomes independent from the rest of the UK next year, and if the rest of the UK wants to leave the EU, then it would make sense for Scotland to take over the UK's seat in the...
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Funny story:  New Star Wars film to be made in the UK

New Star Wars film to be made in the UK

UK Chancellor George Osbourne has praised his own tax policies for encouraging Disney to make the new Star Wars film in Britain. He described it as a vindication of his strategy of tax breaks for the creative industry. Critics have pointed out the...
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Funny story:  North Korea's Tourist Guide to Britain

North Korea's Tourist Guide to Britain

All hail to glorious leader Kim Jong-Un! May his heroic leadership crush our enemies with nuclear fist! For tourist, Britain is small island country on west of Europe, known for hats, royal families and slavery. Weather is always cloudy. National dish is horse but confusingly is labelled beef. National sport is to arrest celebrities. Historically, Britain is enemy of glorious all-powerful N...
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Funny story:  British Innovation On Show

British Innovation On Show

Britain has always been a country full of ideas and inventions. It has long been an essential part of the economy, and never more so than in recent years. From the Dyson bagless suction hair dryer to the Dyson bagless sink unblocking suction device to the Dyson bagless bagpipe, Britain still has the innovative ideas which lead the world. Here we round up some of the great new ideas which are being...
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Funny story:  Britain to become a third world country

Britain to become a third world country

Brussels MEPs will soon be voting on whether or not to downgrade Britain's status from a fully paid up member of the European Union and instead have them sidelined as 'one of those countries we don't really like, such as Poland and Greece'. This w...
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Funny story:  Mitt Romney Chosen as Cricket's Official Mascot

Mitt Romney Chosen as Cricket's Official Mascot

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with the Head of the International Cricket Council, Sir Edward Crowley, to speak about why the ICC had chosen Governor Mitt Romney as its new official mascot. BDF: Thank you for meeting with me today, Sir Edward. SEC: My pleasure, Bobby. Pleasure to be here. BDF: So let's get right to it. Why has the ICC chosen an American presidential candidate...
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Funny story:  Fifty Shades of Gold for British Olympic team

Fifty Shades of Gold for British Olympic team

British Olympians were expected to have picked up at least one gold so far, with the Road Cycling team failing miserably to do so, and Rebecca Adlington also failing to earn a phone call from Cash 4UR Gold. "It's been a little disappointing," said...
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Funny story:  Paying tradesmen cash in hand morally wrong, says Minister!

Paying tradesmen cash in hand morally wrong, says Minister!

Treasury minister David Gauke has said it is "Morally Wrong" to pay tradesmen such as plumbers, builders and cleaners in cash in the hope of avoiding tax. He argued the practice came at "a big cost" to the Treasury and meant other people had to pa...
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Funny story:  Weather quiet on Wimbledon and Olympics plans

Weather quiet on Wimbledon and Olympics plans

The British weather has refused to be drawn on its plans for the Wimbledon championships and the forthcoming London Olympics-even after buggering up the recent Jubilee celebrations. The relentless pissing rain that totally spoiled three out of the...
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Funny story:  British car industry launches two new vehicles

British car industry launches two new vehicles

Two British car manufacturers have today launched vehicles in an attempt to revive the long-dead British motor industry. As well as being stylish, competitively priced and highly desirable, the Rover Sirloin and the Vauxhall Giblet are also very envi...
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Snoops: The average number of toothpicks people swallow in their lifetime? Three. Mostly from laughing after dinner.

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