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Funny story: Born to Spoof Sequel: Chapter 9 Dark Ages

Born to Spoof Sequel: Chapter 9 Dark Ages

When Mark finally came to he was in a white room on a ornate white poster bed. Bright sun shone through huge gothic castle windows and glinted off of the padlock that held his ropes taught. A light fog hung just off of the floor, making the whole thing seem very dream like to him. The ceiling was easily 60 feet tall, with paintings of angels. "Your awake," said a soft gentle voice, but he could...
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Funny story: A return to the dark ages as Supermarkets are only able to take cash!

A return to the dark ages as Supermarkets are only able to take cash!

100s of Supermarkets, Britain: Across the length and breadth of Britain, thousands of shoppers were unable to buy food today in what could be a sign of things to come. Investigations are ongoing, with Store Manager realising it was causing "great...
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Funny story: Pope Resurrects Dark Age Deal

Pope Resurrects Dark Age Deal

Vatican City-- In an effort to increase funds in a slumping world economy the Vatican announced Thursday that it was reinstating the medieval practice of selling indulgences. An official statement released early yesterday morning cited the primary re...
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Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, announced Today that he has not signed a pledge not to run for King.
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