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Funny story: Super El Nino On The Way

Super El Nino On The Way

The world got a taste of this back in the late 1990s but this time it could be a lot worse with a severe drought in some areas and flooding in others. Add this to the worldwide sudden increase of earthquakes and it could take people's minds off el...
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Funny story: Farmer saves buttocks from floods

Farmer saves buttocks from floods

During the recent floods in Yorkshire, local farmer Henry Shawtass managed to keep his buttocks dry whilst rescuing sheep from his flooded fields. Mr Shawtass - who is only 5 ft tall - went back to borrow his wife's high-heeled wellington...
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Funny story: Flash Floods Becoming Worldwide Epidemic

Flash Floods Becoming Worldwide Epidemic

First a campground in Arkansas was inundated with rising flood waters killing an estimated 20 people this past weekend. Now, there are reports coming out of the Var region in southeastern France that the same type of flood has killed at least 19 peop...
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Funny story: Build An Ark, Says Weatherman

Build An Ark, Says Weatherman

The recent unseasonal bad weather across the UK has prompted weather experts to offer some astounding advice to the public as a way of dealing with the conditions.
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Holiday tips from Santa!

When interviewed, Santa clause was quoted saying "Remember, if you're going to jingle then please jingle all the way". So remember folks, Santa doesn't like a half-assed jingler.
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