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Funny story: The cheesy snack that keeps Obama 'in shape'

The cheesy snack that keeps Obama 'in shape'

US PRESIDENT Barack Obama is a secret fan of Wotsits. The popular corn snack beloved of other world leaders including JFK, Margaret Thatcher and Neil Kinnock, has been a family favourite for hundreds of years. Obama confessed his admiration for...
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Funny story: Scientists discover new brain food, Cheetos

Scientists discover new brain food, Cheetos

Scientists have discovered a new brain food, Cheetos. Researchers were tipped off after President Bill Clinton's former Treasury secretary, Lawrence Summers admitted to wolfing down Cheetos by the bag full. "Our hope is that this study will lead...
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Funny story: Cheesy Poofs Laced With Cocaine!

Cheesy Poofs Laced With Cocaine!

If you've ever wondered why Cheesy Poofs seem so addictive, the secret is now out. Frido-Day, maker of the famous and now infamous snack, admitted yesterday in court papers that the recipe includes cocaine. Cheese puffs first appeared in the late...
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Funny story: Quavers Win Cheesy Snack Debate! Wotsit Fans Riot In Streets

Quavers Win Cheesy Snack Debate! Wotsit Fans Riot In Streets

Quavers fans are jubilant after they were voted the best cheesy snack in Great Britain after a debate lasting more than 5 hours. Unfortunately the debate was marred by disgusting scenes of crowd violence as angry Wotsit fans spilled onto the stree...
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Funny story: Cheesy Snack Debate To Be Shown On TV

Cheesy Snack Debate To Be Shown On TV

The long awaited debate over which is better Quavers or Wotsits will be screened live by Sky, ITV and the BBC with highlights shown on Channel Four in the evening. Millions of Britons are expected to tune in to listen to each sides arguments befor...
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