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Funny story: US Department of Applied Phobias Releases New List

US Department of Applied Phobias Releases New List

The US Department of Applied Phobias (USDAP) has just released a new list of phobias to be applied to political opponents of the current administration. This list was created in order to head off what looks to be a major collapse of the Democrat Part...
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Funny story: Woman returns from shops empty-handed

Woman returns from shops empty-handed

A Headingley woman caused a massive shock when she came home from a shopping spree in Leeds with nothing at all! Leeds is the biggest shopping centre in the north of England, with an estimated 6 million eager customers buying loads of stuff every...
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Funny story: Agoraphobia Set To Become An Epidemic

Agoraphobia Set To Become An Epidemic

Experts predict that by the year 2099, eighty percent of the UK's population will suffer from agoraphobia. By then most shopping will be done on line and with unemployment forecast at 90 percent, people will have no reason to leave the house, resu...
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Funny story: Commuter Train becomes Vomit Comet

Commuter Train becomes Vomit Comet

When the 06:30 South West Trains service left Salisbury bound for London Waterloo yesterday morning, everything seemed normal.
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Obama in Hiroshima

Mr. President saying all the 'right' things.

"Death fell from the sky.", said he.

Never rains but it pours, eh?
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