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Funny story: The Los Angeles Lakers Are Considering Trading NBA Players Union President Derek Fisher To Slovenia

The Los Angeles Lakers Are Considering Trading NBA Players Union President Derek Fisher To Slovenia

LOS ANGELES - Saying that it is simply just a business matter and nothing more, Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss [Pronounced: BUS] today issued a statement that he is seriously considering trading Derek Fisher to Slovenia. Buss stated that cont...
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Funny story: Slovakian cannibal changed his mind because his Swiss victim stunk of garlic!

Slovakian cannibal changed his mind because his Swiss victim stunk of garlic!

A Slovakian cannibal who advertised for a victim to be eaten over the internet changed his mind as his victim, a Swiss Nutter, turned up stinking of garlic. Most cannibals like their meat fresh, tender and without any spices or herbs attached, but...
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Funny story: Reading the news in underwear is all the rage in Slovenia.

Reading the news in underwear is all the rage in Slovenia.

Slovenian 24UR Newsroom, Slovenia: Catching Newsreaders with their trousers down is all part of the boring job of being a Newsreader in Slovenia. Seen on national television, a Newsreader moves his swivel chair away from the desk to reveal that h...
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A spokesman for the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary of State John Kerry has been taken hostage by Iranian terrorists and is involved in negotiations demanding his immediate release.
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