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Coffee Objects to Perpetually Being Grabbed

Funny story: Coffee Objects to Perpetually Being Grabbed

No longer willing to passively tolerate a modern-day society in which “grabbing” it is the accepted norm, coffee has finally spoken out. “I’m steamed!” said coffee spokesman Joe Cuppa, his indignation clearly at a boiling point. “I am not meant to...

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Yorkshire village declares independence

"What a terrific week", said Fred Clout, Mayor of the hamlet of Millington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. "We may be leaving the EU, but they're still a great source of inspiration over there." Following Catalonia's move to break awa...

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Spain Accuses Newfoundland of Meddling in Catalonian Independence Vote

Funny story: Spain Accuses Newfoundland of Meddling in Catalonian Independence Vote

On Friday, Spain's foreign minister Marinero Pescador issued a statement implicating that foreign agents from the Canadian province of Newfoundland have been meddling in the recent Catalonian referendum: "Lord thundering Jesus, mi amigos, first th...

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Hull to get Independence Referendum and break away from the UK

Funny story: Hull to get Independence Referendum and break away from the UK

Hot on the heels of the Scottish Referendum, which makes a change from being hot on the heels of shoplifters from the Prospect Shopping Centre, Hull has declared that it is aiming to gain independence from the remainder of what's left of the UK. A...

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"Alex Salmond would do well to remember Panama.."

Funny story: "Alex Salmond would do well to remember Panama.."

A friend told me about a week or so before we left that he couldn't quite believe it was actually happening and weren't we concerned about racism. I recall frowning with genuine confusion. It wasn't as though John had ever been one to over-dramatise, that always fell to his wife, Lucy, and even as we had this conversation, she was frantically talking to her mother, advising her where the 'Meni...

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England Prepares For Scottish Independence

Funny story: England Prepares For Scottish Independence

On Burns Night, 2012, the BBC broadcast to English viewers and listeners, Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond, reading poems by Robert Burns. Few will forget the chilling threat that followed this attack. 'Ah will continue tae reid th' poems ay Rabbie Burns at ye sassenachs,' vowed a visibly crazed Mr Salmond, 'until Scootlund achieves independence. Indeed,' he added, with wild eyes bulging...

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First Scottish embassy to be sited at Fishmongers Hall

Funny story: First Scottish embassy to be sited at Fishmongers Hall

Edinburgh - Police are probing reports that some very fishy-sounding people have taken over the Scottish government and are preparing to open the country's first embassy in a souped-up former aquarium at London Bridge. Fishmongers Hall is the SNP...

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Down the Rabbit Hole, Part One (How the World Would Be Different if the Thirteen Colonies Had Lost Their War for Independence)

Funny story: Down the Rabbit Hole, Part One (How the World Would Be Different if the Thirteen Colonies Had Lost Their War for Independence)

What if the Thirteen Colonies had been unsuccessful in their attempts (almost 250 years ago) to gain their independence from Mother England? How different would our world be today? Down the Rabbit Hole, Part One Sports "Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. This is Howard Cosell coming to you live from Redcoat Soldier Field in Chicago, New Liverpool. I'm joined by my good friend, Dandy Don...

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Liverpool declares itself a republic

Funny story: Liverpool declares itself a republic

The city of Liverpool today erected a 400 ft wall around its borders announcing it no longer wanted to be counted as part of England but to be a country all by itself. The people of Liverpool are now believed to be tying the coast of there city t...

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Geordieland Nationalists Demand Independence

Funny story: Geordieland Nationalists Demand Independence

In the far North Of England near Hadrian's wall,in the land of the Geordie's known as Geordieland a new political party has sprung up The Geordieland Nationalist Party. Most Geordie's have been voting Labour for years, but many are now considering an...

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Boston Tea Party Apologies

Funny story: Boston Tea Party Apologies

Prime Minister Gordon Brown of England, and Vice President Joseph Biden of the United States, have finally agreed to publicly apologize to the other for The Boston Tea Party party of 1773 which was actually a party after all. Historians have been...

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American Independence An Elaborate Hoax!

Funny story: American Independence An Elaborate Hoax!

A startling discovery that is sure to shake the world was revealed this last week from an unlikely source. Washington DC resident Mary Littlegirl has come forward and told TheSpoof.com reporters how at fifteen years of age she had a "fling" with then...

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Bill O'Reilly: War on Independence Day

Funny story: Bill O'Reilly: War on Independence Day

Welcome to the No Spin Zone!...

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Bush and Cheney Declare Independence from America

Funny story: Bush and Cheney Declare Independence from America

George Bush and Dick Cheney issued a long statement today declaring their independence from the people of the United States of America.

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The New Declaration of Independence

Just to refresh your memory, since this first document hasn't been read in years, here is the Bill of Rights:...

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Bush to Star in "Independence Day 2"

Funny story: Bush to Star in "Independence Day 2"

HOLLYWOOD (AP Newsliar) -- George W. Bush has been cast in a lead role in "Independence Day 2: Mission Accomplished", the sequel to the 1996 blockbuster by 20th Century Fox.

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Kilroy-Silk Goes It Alone

Funny story: Kilroy-Silk Goes It Alone

At a public meeting in his East Midlands constituency, Narcissistic Personality Disorder sufferer Robert Kilroy-Silk explained to his fan why he is quitting the UK Independence Party.

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Bristol To Decare Independence From United Kingdom.

Funny story: Bristol To Decare Independence From United Kingdom.

In a shock announcement this morning, the major of Bristol, councillor Cray De-Walsh, declared he would lead the partition to separate Bristol from the United Kingdom, and thereby instigate "the birth of a new super state in the South West." "We have been in talking with the E.U. and an announcement is pending when my secretary gets it typed up."...

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