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Funny story: Mans Recent Discovery of the Meaning of Acronym "YOLO" Forces Him to Take Another Look at His "FML" Stance

Mans Recent Discovery of the Meaning of Acronym "YOLO" Forces Him to Take Another Look at His "FML" Stance

BOREDVILLE, WI - "I found out from my oldest kid that YOLO means you only live once," stated James Sadzack Sr, 52, of Boredville, WI. "I found out the meaning of FML about three or four years ago," Sadzack went on to say, "and that's the mantra I'...
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Funny story: Scientists Discover Condition In Growing Population In Which Acronyms Provide Sexual Stimuli

Scientists Discover Condition In Growing Population In Which Acronyms Provide Sexual Stimuli

OMG! A growing segment of the population has resorted to the regular use of acronyms as technology use continues to rise. As society has moved from cell phone, text chatting, and the like, on to advanced forms of communication such as social ne...
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Funny story: NASA To Sue The Netherland Antilles

NASA To Sue The Netherland Antilles

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Aeronautics Space Administration is reportedly in the process of suing the Netherland Antilles. According to NASA spokesperson General Langston P. Kokomo, the space administration has learned that the government of...
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Funny story: Acronym Trading Cards Hottest New Trend

Acronym Trading Cards Hottest New Trend

In a strange turn of events, the once obscure Acronym and Initials Trading Cards by Literary Trading Cards (LTC) are overtaking the once popular Pokémon, Star Wars, and baseball trading cards. Dave Adams-Villa, Esquire (or just DAVE to his friend...
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Funny story: Third time's a charm, RIM sued by BFFs everywhere

Third time's a charm, RIM sued by BFFs everywhere

WATERLOO, Ontario - Research in Motion (RIM) may wish to employ more qualified research staff in the new year as the Canadian company is being sued for the third time in as many months because of copyright infringement. It is the third encounter w...
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Funny story: OCD and ADHD now being overtaken by OBCT

OCD and ADHD now being overtaken by OBCT

Alarming figures from the UK's Department of Health reveal a significant change in the number of recorded problems among children and young adults. Of the monitored problems, the newly-defined syndrome of Overweight Babies, Children and Teenagers, o...
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Funny story: Fighting Acronyms

Fighting Acronyms

A group of linguistic purists have banded together to do battle against excessive abbreviation. Their main target: Acronyms. Wesley Weiner, a professor at the California University of Nuclear Technology, decided it was time to do something after p...
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Funny story: Not Another Silly Acronym

Not Another Silly Acronym

In a leaked memo from NASA it has been revealed that the acronym agency really does make up acronyms to fit words they have already come up with, even when the word does not seem to resemble any aspect of the resulting acronym. The "Medical Inform...
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Funny story: AA Objects to AA Calling Itself AA and Takes AA to Court

AA Objects to AA Calling Itself AA and Takes AA to Court

In a dramatic case likely to go to the European Court of Justice, the Acronym Alliance is taking the Automobile Association to court for tying up with Alcoholics Anonymous and accusing Arseholes Accredited of stealing their acronym.
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Wi-Fi signal named "Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network" Results In Long Delay For Passengers At Los Angeles Airport

'Our networks are usually named as variations on: 'Moms apple pie - God Bless America,' confirmed an Al-Qaeda spokesman. 'Otherwise it would be a bit f***ing obvious.'
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