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Funny story: Football clubs banned from using the term; "On me head son!"

Football clubs banned from using the term; "On me head son!"

Sex Discrimination loonies have pressured the government into banning this age old saying, citing it as "Anti woman". Margo Mango, of the Town Women's Action Team Service, handed in a petition signed by 20,000 Zulu women to government officials at...
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Funny story: More Women Needed In Boardrooms

More Women Needed In Boardrooms

Companies in the UK have been advised that they face government sanctions if they don't increase the number of women in their boardrooms. Former minister Lord Davies has instructed businesses to increase female representation in their boards by 20...
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Funny story: 'Offensive to women' advertising posters banned

'Offensive to women' advertising posters banned

Two posters aimed at young girls have been banned by the advertising watchdog for showing images of women likely to cause serious offence. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said they breached decency rules by showing what normal women actuall...
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Funny story: 2008 Grand National Betting Scandal Latest

2008 Grand National Betting Scandal Latest

Hundreds of Housewives have been arrested after police acted on a tip-off from a leading bookmaker that the women were neglecting their domestic duties, and nipping out to place their yearly flutters on the G...
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Funny story: Everton Women Stun Gunners In Cup

Everton Women Stun Gunners In Cup

There was delight on Merseyside last night when Everton produced a stunning performance to overcome Arsenal in the Women's Premier League Cup, ending the Gunners' 58-game unbeaten streak in t...
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Funny story: Driving Investigation Launched As Woman Passes Test At First Attempt

Driving Investigation Launched As Woman Passes Test At First Attempt

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has launched a major inquiry after it was revealed that a woman in the Black Country passed her Driving Test at the very first attempt.
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Unwanted Presents can now be returned over a Lapland phone - line. Elves won't man phones as headsets incompatible with Ears.
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