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Funny story: Pixie Lott Pixellated

Pixie Lott Pixellated

The world of Brit music was reeling this morning after what happened last night when top pop paparazzi gathered to snap petite starlet Pixie Lott as she emerged from London's Smithfield Meat Market on the arm of her beau, trainee cheesemaker Oliver W...
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Funny story: Sherlock Holmes & The Mystery Of The Queen's Knickers blackballed

Sherlock Holmes & The Mystery Of The Queen's Knickers blackballed

Bromyard, Herefordshire - (Ass Biz): A play about the legendary sleuth's foragings in royal underwear has been banned to spare HM's blushes. The opening night of The Furtive (sic) Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and the Strange Case of the Queen's K...
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Funny story: Cottingley fairies in 'comeback' bid

Cottingley fairies in 'comeback' bid

It's been flipping years since anyone has seen them, which was way back when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was their PR man, after having had them brought to his attention by a couple of Bradford lasses in 1917. After a brief bout of stardom in the brigh...
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Funny story: Afterlife feud between ghosts of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle and son, Kingsley, to be resolved in a higher court

Afterlife feud between ghosts of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle and son, Kingsley, to be resolved in a higher court

LONDON (ABSNN) - The ghost of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, indicated through trance medium and channeller, Squirrelly McLaine, that he wishes "to completely and forever sever his familial ties with his dead son,...
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Funny story: 'A Study In Violin-Playing'

'A Study In Violin-Playing'

As Sherlock Holmes paced the floors of his house in Baker Street, he could see no light at the end of the tunnel in his latest case. Some wretched thief had stolen in in the night, and stolen his beloved Slazengari violin, and he was muttering angrily to himself about the theft, when his colleague Dr. Watson entered the room. 'Morning, Holmes', the doctor said, 'any news about your fiddle?' 'Th...
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