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Argentinian Beard 1 vs Spanish beard 0

Beard lovers worldwide were glued to the Atletico Madrid vs Bayern Munich Champions League semi-final this evening, where Diego Simeone went head-to-head (or chin-to-chin) with Pep Guardiola in the most anticipated beard-off since the creation of Ami...

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Olaf the Consultant (819 - 851)

Olaf was born somewhere in East Anglia; it is not clear where. He was a schemer and a bit of a rogue, but he did have an eye for opportunity. By the time he was twenty he had reputedly sold his parents' home and made off with the family jewels. They were, in fact, more like family stones. None of them had any significant value. His father, Cedric, had only stored them in a wooden box and told stor...

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Stephen Fry Finds The Spoof 'Offensive,' Encourages Humorists

Stephen Fry has recently contacted The Spoof to express his grave displeasure at the contentious content published herein. There are too many snarky jokes about Ricky Gervais and Ronnie Corbett, but not enough about Hugh Lawrie, for example. Dissatisfied with our replies, he has penned an open letter to The Spoof. You know, nowadays, everything is just so overly delicate. You can barely move...

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Local Man Had Great Story Idea Then Forgot What It Was

Funny story: Local Man Had Great Story Idea Then Forgot What It Was

Local man, Martin Shuttlecock informed us this morning that he had a great idea for a story last night, then promptly forgot what it was and spent the remainder of yesterday evening repeatedly punching himself in the face until bed time. "I was wa...

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Manchester United collapse leads to outbreak of humour

Funny story: Manchester United collapse leads to outbreak of humour

Comedy writers took to their computers in force this weekend to celebrate and mock Manchester United and their terrible form under new gaffer David Moyes. On twitter, @JohnNotTerry mocked up a pic of Moyes selling burgers in his new job. @Football...

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WARP to expand its influence

The Western Australian Revolutionary Party (WARP) is considering expanding its influence into the US and UK political arenas to be become a true global force. Party Leader george Fripley said 'We are particularly keen on appealing to the right-th...

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Warning Signs wot I noticed today...

Funny story: Warning Signs wot I noticed today...

I awoke, and perused the warning signs on my morning medications before taking them: Warnings: If you miss dose and it is close to the time for your next dose, miss that one... Do not give to children or and adolescents below 18 years of age... Possible Side Effects: (To numerous to mention) If you take more ........ than you should go to the nearest Hospital A&E... Do not stop...

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Training & Self Help Diary For Today's Foreign Affairs Leaders

Dearest Readers, My Name is Les Patterson Junior. I am the number one son to Australia's greatest External Affairs powerhouse Sir. Les Patterson. Dear old Dad taught me allot over the years about Foreign Affairs. He was particularly good at passing on knowledge about the application of masculine wiles to turning business trips into pleasure trips during many Far Eastern adventures of the conge...

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Who stole the Isle of Wight? Part the first

Funny story: Who stole the Isle of Wight? Part the first

Mr Gongle stood at the window of his bungalow and raised the telescope to his eye. "Fuck me Maude!" He cried, "Some bastards nicked the Solent!" "What you going on about Eric" Said his wife, as she placed the breakfast tray on the table. "The fuckin Solent has been stolen some bastard has had it away with the whole lot!" "Whatever gives you that idea Eric, you been drinking the Cuban b...

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Can't see the funny side? There's an app for that

Funny story: Can't see the funny side? There's an app for that

Humour, as is often said, is highly subjective. So how can a jokey piece from a serious piece be distinguished? "It's important to know if an author is being serious," said App World! editor, Mac Buck. "That way you know whether or not to laugh."...

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Pensioners' Thoughts on Life

Funny story: Pensioners' Thoughts on Life

We thought it worth printing, as a warning to the younger generation, and an example of lousy poetry. The memory goes, most times you go into the bedroom or den, And stand there thinking 'What did I come in here for then?" You'll misplace and lose things repeatedly, again and again, Forever losing your hearing aids, spectacles and pen, You may even forget the names of the children y...

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A True Diary of Woe - Part Two

Funny story: A True Diary of Woe - Part Two

A story of one man's utter failure, depression, frustration, and poverty, starting in August 1947 Chapter Five: The Backyard and my burning hair Our row of soot covered old terrace houses, backed up lopsided against the railway viaduct that carried the main London railway-line and others, with Arkwright Street Station above our house, with a narrow back yard, outside toilets and coal houses bu...

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A True Diary of Woe - Part One

Funny story: A True Diary of Woe - Part One

A story of one man's utter failure, depression, frustration, and poverty, starting in August 1947 Chapter One: The Arrival It must have been a moving moment when the mid-wife handed the new born bundle of gooey 1lb 12oz of scrawny baby, wrapped tenderly in a bloodied pillow case, over into the hands of its loving Park Drive smoke and ash covered mother, as she lay cursing the father of this un...

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Film Sequels to Be Considered by UK Government

Funny story: Film Sequels to Be Considered by UK Government

The UK Coalition Government, realising they are losing popularity, and worried that this will affect their MPs prime directive - "To make as much money as possible", have come up with the idea of producing some famous film remakes, to star various members of the cabinet and opposition. Here we offer some suggestions, with the recommended member to star in the film: 'Carry on Regardless', 'Do...

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Government Orchestra to be formed

Funny story: Government Orchestra to be formed

The HRH Government Fiddleharmonic Orchestra The idea was put forward and accepted, at a meeting of David Cameron, William Hague, Kenneth Clarke and other drunken members of the government at the Crooked Member Inn last month. After much bitching, foot-stamping, and wailing, it was decided the formation of the orchestra would be as follows. Conducted by: David Cameron Lecturn supported...

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Wallis Simpson And Meghan Markle

Somewhere in heaven, Wallis Simpson is smiling and applauding Meghan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry: an American, an actress and a divorcee. Wow! Everything else is just sparkle. Smart guy, Harry.
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