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Funny story: New Shakespeare Maths For Schools

New Shakespeare Maths For Schools

The Government is introducing a new programme for schools, starting this week. A mix up somewhere in the Ministry of Education has led to the ideas for Maths and Literature being confused. Former Minister of Education, Michael Guv, explained that...
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Funny story: Shakespeare In The Park Troupe Opts To Show Slides Rather Than Perform Plays

Shakespeare In The Park Troupe Opts To Show Slides Rather Than Perform Plays

Our local Shakespeare in the Park troupe, "Shakespeare Alive!" has chosen to alter its 2014 season and present slide shows of professional performances of Shakespeare's plays rather than perform the plays themselves live in the Oak Park Pavilion.
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Funny story: Shakespeare Celebrates His 450th Birthday in Retirement in Greece

Shakespeare Celebrates His 450th Birthday in Retirement in Greece

April 24, 2014 -- Our roving reporter of The Globe Times was fortunate to catch up with the world's most famous playwright William Shakespeare, familiarly known as the "Bard of Avon" from the river that graces his birthplace, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwi...
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Funny story: Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

Younger Generation Faces Bard Education

The work of William Shakespeare - president of the old, dead, white guys club - has long been held in high regard, by snobs and blowhards alike, school children across the nation, encouraged by parents and forced by teachers to read the great man's g...
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Funny story: The Lizzy Awards

The Lizzy Awards

Why nobody in Stratford knew that Shakespeare wrote plays in London.....because this never happened Scene: Albert Hall, 1600 Announcer: And now for the award we have all be waiting for...the best play of 1599....The nominess are: Ben Jonson for "Everyman in his Humor"; Thomas Dekker for "Shoeman's Holiday"; John Webster for "The White Devil"; Thomas Middleton for "The Changeling"; and Wi...
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Funny story: Obscure Professor Solves Shakespeare Authorship Puzzle

Obscure Professor Solves Shakespeare Authorship Puzzle

Most scholars agree that Shakespeare can no longer be regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. It's Jodi Picoult. Nevertheless, many people esteem Shakespeare highly enough to believe he was someone else, most notably the 17th Ear...
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Funny story: Hamlet Reframed

Hamlet Reframed

"2b or 1b? That is the question." - A drunk Hamlet, forgetting which apartment the after hour party is at. "To Agree or not to agree? That is the question." - Always a question Hamlet ponders during heated political debates. "To Bee or not to bee? That is the question." - A young hamlet, contemplating whether or not he will participate in a spelling contest. "To Bee or not to bee? That is...
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Funny story: Royal Baby Born Singing 'God Save The Queen'; Quotes Shakespeare

Royal Baby Born Singing 'God Save The Queen'; Quotes Shakespeare

London, England-- The unnamed royal baby is off to a strange start in life. Sources at Broomstick Hospital claim the infant sang 'God Save The Queen' over and over again while being born. The baby boy sang exactly like Andrea Bocelli, but with a ba...
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Funny story: Being "blonde" may be catching

Being "blonde" may be catching

GAY PARIS, France - According to a recent scientific study, being "blonde" may be catching. The dumb blonde stereotype, it turns out, may be true, not only of blondes themselves, but also of others who come within 500 feet of them. To paraphrase Shak...
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Funny story: Shakespeare Behind Bars - The Untold Story

Shakespeare Behind Bars - The Untold Story

True historical information- A historical research group in Wales has unearthed evidence that one William Shakespeare, father of famous theatrical plays known throughout the world, was also a business cheat. Records have been found that show the author being dragged before a court for hoarding grain during a time of famine. Even more ironically, it occurred at the same time as the presentation of...
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Funny story: Shakespeare in Text 2b Released, Lol :(

Shakespeare in Text 2b Released, Lol :(

Finally it has arrived, the complete works of Shakespeare have been translated into text. International text service providers, THUMBS 4U, refer to the grueling project that they have just completed as the Textual Reproduction and Acting of Shakespearean Heritage (or T.R.A.S.H. for short). I asked their Public Relations Executive about the project and he said, "We are really excited about what...
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Funny story: Why Bigfoot Hides; The Name Game

Why Bigfoot Hides; The Name Game

Is he shy? Too busy to engage with others? Fearful of capture? The surprising answer is: None of the above. Bigfoot has been in touch with a Spoof reporter, explaining for the first time why he is in hiding. It started with a simple te...
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Funny story: Shakespeare's Co-Writer Was Spoof Hack Danton, Say Top Experts

Shakespeare's Co-Writer Was Spoof Hack Danton, Say Top Experts

News that Shakespeare had a collaborator when he penned the comedy All's Well That Ends Well has astounded the literary establishment. But a row has broken out over who the co-writer might have been. Literature boffins at Oxford University reck...
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Funny story: Quotes from President Obama's Political Speeches Reported

Quotes from President Obama's Political Speeches Reported

Washington DC: President Obama during a Democratic campaign speech given in Osawatomie, Kansas echoed the words of President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909). Overlooked by the media were other occasions where the Chief Executive utilized themes originally expressed by William Shakespeare. Friends, Republicans, countrymen, lend me your tax money. To drill or not to drill that is the question.
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Funny story: Shakespeare plays were actually written by Tara Palmer Tomkinson

Shakespeare plays were actually written by Tara Palmer Tomkinson

In a major interview in a major newspaper today, it was revealed that the entire works of William Shakespeare were actually ghost written by philanthropist, socialite and Dean of the Faculty of Make Up, Lipstick and over-priced Fashion at University...
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Funny story: Kim Kardashian Throws Bloody Towel Out Window To Prove She Was A Virgin: Did A Chicken Die In Vain?

Kim Kardashian Throws Bloody Towel Out Window To Prove She Was A Virgin: Did A Chicken Die In Vain?

HOLLYWOOD BEDLAMBASTS: Although Las Vegas bookies have given even odds to which will occur sooner; the current NBA contract impass to be resolved or the breakup of the marriage between Kim Kardashian and New Jersey Jet forward, Kris Humphries, one th...
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Funny story: BBC Spends £1m On Actors To Train Managers To Face Angry Staff

BBC Spends £1m On Actors To Train Managers To Face Angry Staff

Derision was being heaped on the BBC today after it emerged that the broadcaster had spent £1 million on training managerial staff how to talk to angry staff. The Corporation engaged the talents of React Acting For Business, whose actors trained b...
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Funny story: David Tennant and Catherine Tate In "Much Ado About Nothing" - "Bloody Disgrace!"

David Tennant and Catherine Tate In "Much Ado About Nothing" - "Bloody Disgrace!"

A storm is brewing over a performance of Shakespeare's classic comedy Much Ado About Nothing featuring TV favourites David Tennant and Catherine Tate. Tennant and Tate appear as the bickering couple Benedick and Beatrice, who are "tricked" into an...
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