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Funny story: Say Goodbye to Meat and Cheese

Say Goodbye to Meat and Cheese

Los Angeles, CA (STT News) - People of the world - learn to like bugs. That's the message recently released by Dr. Falter O. Longer, director of the USC's Elitist Longevity Institute. The study by the institute states clearly that things like meat,...
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Funny story: PETA Plans To Put Snails On The Endangered Species List - So It's Bye Bye To Escargot

PETA Plans To Put Snails On The Endangered Species List - So It's Bye Bye To Escargot

NORFOLK, Virginia - Snails have been around just about as long as flies, spiders, and pill bugs, but unlike those three insects the number of snails has decreased by 37 percent in just the past three years. Insect experts state that this is due to...
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Funny story: All of The White House Trees May Have To Be Burned To Get Rid of The Cicada Infestation

All of The White House Trees May Have To Be Burned To Get Rid of The Cicada Infestation

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice-President Joe Biden has just made an announcement to the White House Press Corps. He said that he was told by the White House gardener that every single tree located on The White House grounds is infested with the pesky, no...
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Funny story: French scientists: Heterosexual houseflies pair up and remain faithful

French scientists: Heterosexual houseflies pair up and remain faithful

A team of scientists at France's Lyons University has found that houseflies, just like humans, fall in love and live in twosomes. Unlike humans though who often remarry after the death of a spouse, houseflies find the loss of a partner so immense...
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Funny story: Tasmanian Termite Placed on the Endangered Species List

Tasmanian Termite Placed on the Endangered Species List

Washington DC: The US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has placed the Tasmanian termite on the endangered species list (ESL). These little buggers have illegally emigrated from Australia. Tasmanian termites, which are quite rare, are known as the...
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Funny story: Insects to Blame for Fires in Southwest

Insects to Blame for Fires in Southwest

College Station, Texas - This week is predicted to be the hottest week in Texas on record. While it would be a great thing normally to be considered hot, in a sexual way, it is not great to be living in one of the worst heat waves in twenty year...
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Funny story: Scientists Able to Monitor Insects Dying Thoughts

Scientists Able to Monitor Insects Dying Thoughts

Neurologists at Northern Michigan University have released a study that confirms the ability to capture the final brain activity of most insects at the moments just before death. Working predominantly with Black Flies, a species that can outnumbe...
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Funny story: Devolution in action!

Devolution in action!

Puzzled evolutionists are getting splinters in their fingers as they scratch their heads at science' latest finding. An insect known as a 'treehopper' has decided to turn back the clock, and grow three sets of wings!!!! Evolutionists tell the s...
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Funny story: Swarms Of Flying Cockroaches Spoil Royal Wedding

Swarms Of Flying Cockroaches Spoil Royal Wedding

London, England-- Massive swarms of gigantic flying cockroaches are ruining the wedding day of Prince William and Kate Middleton. A brown cloud of hissing, Madagascar roaches descended on the wedding party soon after the ceremony began. All the gue...
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Funny story: Got giggy with it?

Got giggy with it?

Nature, at the very beginning, gave horse a forelock to swish away flies and insects. ?She, also, gave the horse a tail to constantly whisk away the blood sucking horse-flies ?from his sensitive testicles. Moreover, she granted the horse the ability to "shiver" the ?skin to get rid of flies landing on his body. ? Of course, man has supplemented nature's insufficiencies, such as 'fly repelling b...
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Funny story: The Amazing Insect World (Part 1)

The Amazing Insect World (Part 1)

My name is Trent Dementia and by pure chance I discovered that Red Fire Ants have intelligence. This may sound incredible but it's true and after you've read my story, you'll believe it too. Every morning around sunrise, I travel by foot to a salvage yard in north Las Vegas , Nevada . The journey only takes me an hour or so but along the way I explore the surrounding desert and all the magnific...
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Funny story: The Amazing Insect World (Part 2.)

The Amazing Insect World (Part 2.)

The Price Of Blasphemy - I didn't return to the battle grounds where the backsliders had revolted against my divine authority for about six months. I wasn't going to return there at all but I had a change of heart. I don't know if it was my compassion or my love for the little ones that drove my thoughts and made me return but one day I did stop by to see if the Red Fire Ants had repented of their...
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Funny story: Labour Hope To Win Votes With Flea Circus

Labour Hope To Win Votes With Flea Circus

The Labour Party is to sponsor a flea circus to try and improve its tarnished image with the British public and desperately cling on to power. Titled 'Far-Out Fred's Insectivous Menagerie of Wonder Sponsored by Labour' the circus is to tour major...
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Funny story: Al Gore touts fireflies as new green energy lighting system for South

Al Gore touts fireflies as new green energy lighting system for South

Fireflies, or lightning bugs, are being touted by Al Gore as the new green home lighting system for the southern U.S.A. According to Gore, the bioluminescent bugs are common in the south and could easily be caught by any ten year old boy. "I use...
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Funny story: Welch Wool Eats Moths

Welch Wool Eats Moths

Cach, there is a hole in my sweater - Moths, the scurvy that eats wool, have a new enemy -- moth resistant lanolin. Mysteriously some Shaggy Sheep in central Wales have mutated and now produce a toxic-to-moth-larvae enzyme. The enzyme is a com...
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Funny story: Scientists Prove That Bugs In A Rug Are Not Snug

Scientists Prove That Bugs In A Rug Are Not Snug

Insect research at Denver University has determined that a common saying is incorrect and that there is no such thing as being "as snug as a bug in a rug." The phrase, which is generally taken to mean tucked in tight and toasty warm is not true, acc...
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Funny story: I'm Just A Cockroach - Get Me Out Of Here!

I'm Just A Cockroach - Get Me Out Of Here!

An Australian cockroach called 'Ned Kelly Cockroach' or 'Ned' to his mates today gave a graphic account of an ordeal he endured whilst minding his own business in an Aussie jungle cave with thousands of his mates. It appears that the cockroaches w...
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Funny story: Pissants Observed Working Asses Off -- For What?

Pissants Observed Working Asses Off -- For What?

That's the question a group of scientists are asking after observing a particular colony of ants "working their little asses off" day after day just outside their offices next to the main sidewalk. Dr. Jeff Dunkirk, lead entomologist in the new st...
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New York now belongs to the Polar Circle!

The deep freeze hitting northeast US has forced Google Maps to enter the area into the Polar circle. Eskimos and Polar Bears were seen playing in the snow after deserting their global-warmed homeland!
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