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Funny story: Ancient New England Dialect Extinct After Last Speaker Dies

Ancient New England Dialect Extinct After Last Speaker Dies

One of the country's oldest dialects, which traces its origins to before the American Revolution, has become extinct after the last person to speak it died. Winthrop Quincy Endicott Lowell VI, the last surviving heir to the Endicott compost fortun...
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Funny story: UN selects Nottinghamese as new world dialect

UN selects Nottinghamese as new world dialect

The United Nations Language Unification Commission last night ended its long deliberations over which dialect of the English language should become the standard for The New Word Order. The head of the commission, Sir Tain Toby Adaftbuga, in our re...
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Funny story: Unexpected Item in Bagging area

Unexpected Item in Bagging area

The popularity of self serve checkouts has been confirmed in a survey conducted by Tesco's this week. Shoppers welcomed the chance to further avoid interacting with real people yet feel more improvements could be made.
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Funny story: New software detects drawls

New software detects drawls

An increasing number of businesses today rely on computer voice recognition for navigating their phone directories. First generation software products, unfortunately, could not decipher the language of many rural speakers.
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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