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Funny story: Loose Lips by Jackson Hoff

Loose Lips by Jackson Hoff

Hoff here. Of all the expressions that fill the languages of the world, "Loose Lips Sink Ships" is probably my favorite. I know what it means; I really don't have much reason to use it. Hardly any. Pop phrases like this are many times proceeded by "Well, you know what they say.." Examples: "Well, you know what they say... -- A fool and his money are soon parted. -- You're just beating a dead...
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Funny story: Only the good die young

Only the good die young

Biologists at Woking University have shown that resting is the ultimate cause of premature death among Westerners. "Basically," said Professor Emett Brown, "when a body is at rest, it has lost all energy and is at its lowest state of entropy. This...
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Funny story: One ended mobile call Overheard!

One ended mobile call Overheard!

This morning, our Spoof reporter, Inchcock Chambers, was doing his laundry at this local launderette (the police has fininshed the break-in investigation, and the windows have been boarded up), and overheard the following from a young lady in the shop. He thought perhaps someone could work out what the conversation actually applied to, and inform him please? The young lady answered the incom...
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Dentist Walter Palmer sticks his head in lion's mouth!

Innocent (?) lion slaughterer, Walter Palmer, has offerd free dental service to lions all over the planet! The world hopes that a lion has a wicked tooth ache whilst Walter has his head in its mouth!
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