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Funny story: Lynton Erskin and Inchcock The Race Part the last

Lynton Erskin and Inchcock The Race Part the last

Arm ignored his friends and went to where the villains were spraying their potion. "Oye! I want a word with you two" shouted an out of breath Arm. "Blimey" cried Skoob "They've let the silly sod out". "Shall we run or pelt him with rancid fruit?" asked C.J. "We haven't got any rancid fruit" answered Skoob. "RUUUNNNNN!!!!!!" screamed C.J. The miscreants turned tail and had it away...
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Funny story: Boris Sulks: But I'm On Elton's Xmas List!

Boris Sulks: But I'm On Elton's Xmas List!

The spokesman for Tory Mayor of London candidate Boris Badenov announced this morning in a hastily-called press briefing that Boris was 'hurt and quite, quite upset' at news that Sir Elton John is now backing Lib Dem rival Brian Paddywacker,...
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Funny story: Londoners respond to Britney's invasion of their beloved city; Sir Elton John extends his assistance in this time of crisis

Londoners respond to Britney's invasion of their beloved city; Sir Elton John extends his assistance in this time of crisis

London, England - Some say Britney is trying to run away from K-Fed; others that she is running back into the arms Justin (whom they say she secretly wants away from Madonna); still other's say it is all of the above. Whatever the cause for the m...
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