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Funny story: The 5 Best Computer Games of the 80s

The 5 Best Computer Games of the 80s

In the early 1980s, computers were larger than TV sets and had less power than today's mobile phones, but they provided a unique new form of entertainment to a select group of lucky nerds. By the end of the decade, it was a multi-thousand pound industry which was beginning to mushroom into the video game entertainment juggernaut which sucks the life from so many souls daily today. We take a nostal...
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Funny story: Lee Ryan Is Not A Player!

Lee Ryan Is Not A Player!

Boy band member of Blue, unprofessional shagger and bimbo Lee Ryan is currently proving to be this year's most sleazy and controversial contestant of Celebrity Big Brother 2014. Lee has been in the most famous house in Britain for a fair few weeks no...
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Funny story: Bookmakers Ban Blair Bets

Bookmakers Ban Blair Bets

Bookmakers Coral & William Hill have been inundated with a dead 'sherbet' that Tony Blair will be given a knighthood in the New Year's Honours list. There are already so many Sir (insert the name of your choice) B...
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Funny story: Blair Steps Down

Blair Steps Down

An almost great showbiz entertainer finally hangs up his dancing shoes today.
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6,815 Americans die on Black Friday

Some 6,815 Americans died on Black Friday, which is the average daily number of deaths in the U.S. The difference: 6,754 of these deaths were blamed on crazy-ass shoppers trying to score a bargain.
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