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Funny story: Isolated Philippines Tribe Wants Their Souls Stolen In High Definition

Isolated Philippines Tribe Wants Their Souls Stolen In High Definition

Manilla, Philippines - The completely isolated Toobimbo tribe, who have lived in an isolated valley in central Philippines for thousands of years, have told local missionaries that they would like their souls stolen in high definition rather than the...
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Funny story: Pope Mars Rover sent to encourage adoption of "Missionary Position"

Pope Mars Rover sent to encourage adoption of "Missionary Position"

The Vatican yesterday launched an enormous incense fuelled Abraham class rocket from St. Peter's Basilica. The rocket was carrying a Mars Orbiter and Pope Rover. Surprising hundreds of thousands gathered in St. Peter's Square, the dome of the Ba...
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Funny story: Mormon Church Reaches One Million Missionary Milestone

Mormon Church Reaches One Million Missionary Milestone

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has crossed a new milestone. The twelve million member church, founded in 1830, will send its one millionth missionary out "into the field" this summer. The first missionary was Samuel Smith...
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