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Funny story: Did Philip Eat From Wrong Bucket At Palace Garden Party?

Did Philip Eat From Wrong Bucket At Palace Garden Party?

The Duke of Edinburgh is 'progressing satisfactorily' tonight after undergoing an exploratory operation on his abdomen performed by royal surgeon, Dr Gregory Rasputin. The results are being analysed by laboratory scientists though are expected to con...
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Funny story: Duke Star Austin Rivers: Dire Risk for a Dollar

Duke Star Austin Rivers: Dire Risk for a Dollar

Meet Chapel Hill resident Jason Barbera, squatting in his booth at the Dreyfuss Diner. We asked this passionate Duke fan what he thought of the cuisine at the local hotspot. "The half frozen, watery jambalaya tastes like tinned fish," he said, som...
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Funny story: An Interview with Nursey Bancroft - The nations new Chef Sweetheart

An Interview with Nursey Bancroft - The nations new Chef Sweetheart

I'm sitting in Cafe Noisebox, a trendy new spazz-bar in the heart of Camden, and I await the arrival of the new darling of the TV cooking world. Nursey Bancroft is known for her wild, filthy banter. For instance, when she's cooking with a Banana, sources at the BBC say that it can take 7 hours to film a 12 minute slot (ooh, there I go). Nursey arrives eighteen minutes late. she complains abo...
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Funny story: Toad Fetish Lands Iowa Chef in Hot Water

Toad Fetish Lands Iowa Chef in Hot Water

A prep chef at a Japanese restaurant in Iowa earned his employer a hefty fine for unsanitary kitchen practices by the Iowa Health Department when a video of him caressing, licking and French-kissing two toads before preparing the day's special lunch...
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Funny story: Chef serves dish that is sweet but not savory

Chef serves dish that is sweet but not savory

Chef David Bundschak shocked the culinary world yesterday when he served a dish that was sweet, but according to the judges he was facing "had absolutely no savory elements at all." While appearing on a Bravo Network competition show called "...
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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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