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Funny story: George Osborne to offer tax benefits to parents calling their children Ronnie

George Osborne to offer tax benefits to parents calling their children Ronnie

"The chronic Ronnie shortage is set to destroy "nostalgia " on British television by 2016", a nostalgia expert, Dennis Noorden told our T.V. correspondent. "At Christmas it is as traditional as mince pies to watch comedians imitate newsreaders sa...
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Funny story: Ronnie Barker is 'Open all hours' in order to attract customers now boycotting Iceland

Ronnie Barker is 'Open all hours' in order to attract customers now boycotting Iceland

Ronnie Barker is 'Open All Hours' as per usual, but is now REALLY 'Open All Hours' 24/7. "Me an' Granville - me little Hungarian nephew - are g-g-g-oing to be o-o-pen twenty four s-s-s-s-. Oh bugger it. We'll be open all d-d-d-ay and night. "I...
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Funny story: TV Show "Porridge" Led Me To A Life Of Crime

TV Show "Porridge" Led Me To A Life Of Crime

A Humberside man, obsessed by the BBC sitcom Porridge, starring the late Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale, claims he began his life of crime because prison 'seemed like fun'. Chris Pegg, 42, soon realized that life behind bars was not as fun a...
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Funny story: Fletch In Frame For Great Train Caper

Fletch In Frame For Great Train Caper

The secret dairies of top sixties 'Plod' Jack Slipper are to be serialised in The Spoof and we must say that they make for some extraordinary reading.
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