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Funny story: Cyprus Banks Take Back Toasters, Ruin Breakfast

Cyprus Banks Take Back Toasters, Ruin Breakfast

Nicosia, Cyprus - The shiny toasters that bank customers received for opening new accounts are being confiscated by the financial institutions that gifted them. Objective: to help ease this country's multibillion euro debt crisis. "No, this is not...
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Funny story: Millions of Cypriots will go commando as EU bailout imposes austerity knicker tax says seer

Millions of Cypriots will go commando as EU bailout imposes austerity knicker tax says seer

Nicosia - A Cyprus psychic whose visions interpret supernatural omens by staring intently at expensive underwear has warned the nation will go commando rather than pay the new exorbitant levy on butt cover-ups. Nicholas Nicholaides, 69, known on t...
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Funny story: The Latest Development In Screwing Citizens Out Of Their Hard-Earned Cash- Cypriots Taxed On Their Savings Accounts!

The Latest Development In Screwing Citizens Out Of Their Hard-Earned Cash- Cypriots Taxed On Their Savings Accounts!

Now it is the island nation of Cyprus's time to come under the guillotine of economic bankruptcy. The only difference with their bankers way of dealing with it is that, instead of doing it in the U.S. fashion of taking the needed money from what th...
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