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Blindness Could Lead To Not Being Able To See Things

Funny story: Blindness Could Lead To Not Being Able To See Things

Although yet to be confirmed by independent scientific corroboration, a research group from Chadswhipple Crosshire Down By The Lake Rockshire University, outside London, has asserted that blindness could have a definite connection to someone not bein...

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Optometrist Association Inks Deal to Use Zach Galifianakis' Name as Eye Chart

The National Optometric Association announced today that actor Zach Galifianakis' name will replace the current eye test chart hanging on the walls of eye doctor offices across the country. "Patients were getting bored reading lines like LPEDPEC...

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Invisible Man Admits "My Eyesight Isn't What It Used To Be"

Funny story: Invisible Man Admits "My Eyesight Isn't What It Used To Be"

The invisible man today spoke openly of his struggle with failing eyesight. In a moving interview I.M. (as he is known to his adoring fans) bared his soul. In fact he pretty much bared everything. "I first noticed something was wrong one morning w...

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Stevie Wonder Misplaces Sunglasses, Regains Sight

Funny story: Stevie Wonder Misplaces Sunglasses, Regains Sight

Stevie Wonder, the aging, blind, black pianist, had his prayers answered yesterday morning, when he rose from his slumbers to discover that HE COULD SEE AGAIN! Mr Wonder, now 91, woke around 6am to find he had misplaced his huge black sunglasses.

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What Lies in the Shampoo Aisle?

It may reasonably be argued that shampoo, the article and the practice, is a hallmark of proper civilization. Witness the derisive distaste with which we manhandle any citizen seemingly estranged from the stuff -- we wrinkle our faces at the sight of unwashed greasy hair, its tell-tale odd spikes, clumping self-adherence, and unpalatable odor. We lean conspiratorially to our neighbor and speculat...

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Jabba the Trump

I find when I watch cable news in the morning, I much prefer watching Donald Trump talk with the volume off. Imagine an orange Jabba the Hutt as a talentless mime.
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