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Edinburgh Fringe Festival to change it's name to "Posh White People Do Comedy Festival"

Funny story: Edinburgh Fringe Festival to change it's name to "Posh White People Do Comedy Festival"

The Edinburgh Comedy Fridge is the most prolific comedy festival in the UK and is the world's largest arts festival. Many performers and comedians usually are expected to pay up to as much as £6000 to put on a show at the Fringe Festival and despite...

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Cambridge offer Louis van Gaal the key to the city!

Funny story: Cambridge offer Louis van Gaal the key to the city!

Stressed Man United manager and master of much 'double Dutch" at his press conferences, Louis van Gaal, better known as LVG, has been given the key to Cambridge by the Lord Mayor. The local football team, Cambridge United, made up of drunk, foreig...

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Durham Plans To Join Oxbridge - Top Academic 'Not Interested'

Funny story: Durham Plans To Join Oxbridge - Top Academic 'Not Interested'

Durham University plans to become the "Oxbridge of the North" with an ambitious plan to hire 50 extra professors and develop innovative areas of research. Like Oxford and Cambidge, historic Durham operates a collegiate system, but it has never ran...

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Researchers Find Shorter Titles And Sentences In Articles Are More Likely To Be Read Than If One Tries To Put Too Much Before Readers All At Once, 9 Times Out Of 10

Funny story: Researchers Find Shorter Titles And Sentences In Articles Are More Likely To Be Read Than If One Tries To Put Too Much Before Readers All At Once, 9 Times Out Of 10

Cambridge, U.K. - Researchers at Cambridge University have found that, when constructing titles for online publications, doesn't matter what type or genre they are, just online ones, nothing specific, are more likely to be read by the vast majority of people, i.e. the audience, readers, those lumps of organic material staring blindly into cyberspace , hoping to be awaken by some thunderbolt of int...

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Cambridge Uni Greeting Advice Blasted By Controversial Academic

Funny story: Cambridge Uni Greeting Advice Blasted By Controversial Academic

Keen to avoid upsetting Muslim or disabled students, authorities at Cambridge University have warned their academics against automatically shaking hands. They fear the traditional western greeting may cause offence to Muslim women and people with...

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Duke of Cambridge's elevation sparks Fenland conflagration

Funny story: Duke of Cambridge's elevation sparks Fenland conflagration

Prince William's appointment as Duke if Cambridge has pushed East Anglia to the brink of civil war, as the Windsor dynasty's expansion re-ignites ancient feudal rivalries. With Lord Browne of Madingley encamped on the city's west, Baroness Trumpingto...

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Pinc Phloyyd's Starrs Sun: "Wee dunt nead noo edukashun, wee dunt nead noo thort kuntrool!!"

Funny story: Pinc Phloyyd's Starrs Sun: "Wee dunt nead noo edukashun, wee dunt nead noo thort kuntrool!!"

London, ENGLAND: Charlie Gilmour, 21, the adopted son of musician David Gilmour, a Pink Floyd guitarist, worth a reputed £78 million has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and violent disorder. Charlie Gilmour, 21, in keeping with Pinc...

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Not having cancer leads to cancer, say experts

Funny story: Not having cancer leads to cancer, say experts

Scientists have identified one guaranteed precursor to cancer - not having cancer. "We examined 10,000 adults with cancer and found one overwhelming similarity within almost all of them - they used to be cancer free," explained Dr Thomas Statistif...

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Children Of Rich People Are Stupid B*stards

Funny story: Children Of Rich People Are Stupid B*stards

Its official: the children of wealthy folk are incredibly stupid and ignorant. So say statisticians at Cambridge University, England who have concluded a five-year study into the intelligence of the spawn of rich bastards

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Pairs of prawns team up to solve problems

Funny story: Pairs of prawns team up to solve problems

Pairs of prawns can co-operate to solve problems, scientists report.

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Boat Race Latest

Funny story: Boat Race Latest

The 2008 Boat Race gets under way this Saturday, with the news that this year's event is to be longer than in previous years, by some considerable distance, and will be rowed in the opposite direction

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Boat Race Cancelled

Funny story: Boat Race Cancelled

This weekend's annual Boat Race between the world's two most famous universities, Oxford and Cambridge, has been cancelled, due to boredom.

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Trump Now Also President of Egypt

President Donald Trump now claims to be part Egyptian after a new mummy was uncovered. Noted the President, "Look! It's old, wrinkly, shriveled, and orange! Just like me!"
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