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Funny story: We like Fracking and We like to Frack

We like Fracking and We like to Frack

Another day another punning newspaper headline about shale gas extraction. The industry has been a godsend for copywriters everywhere. Said one fleet street hack, "the great thing about Fracking is that it's possible to replace the word 'fuck', with...
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Funny story: 'The Spoof' Facing Backlash After Damning Leveson Report

'The Spoof' Facing Backlash After Damning Leveson Report

Earlier today Lord Leveson revealed the conclusion of his public inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the British press. His report is particulary scathing when it comes to satirical website 'Thespoof.co.uk'. Describing the website...
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Funny story: Journalists Beaten Up? Does Them Good, Says Respected Reporter

Journalists Beaten Up? Does Them Good, Says Respected Reporter

A world-famous newspaper journalist wants to know what all the fuss is about when journalists are beaten up by autocratic regimes. His controversial views follow criticism of corporate authorities in Azerbaijan as it gears up to host the Eurovisio...
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Funny story: Spoof Writer Dashes Off Piece Of Nonsense In Fear Of The Number Of The Beast

Spoof Writer Dashes Off Piece Of Nonsense In Fear Of The Number Of The Beast

A local media magnate and contributor to satirical news web site TheSpoof has admitting writing a piece of complete tosh in order to avoid summoning Satan. Ellis Ian Fields, head of the global EIF News & Features organisation, filed the nonsen...
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Funny story: Journalist writes entire story from quotes found on twitter

Journalist writes entire story from quotes found on twitter

A journalist has caused controversy by writing an article entirely made up of quotes found on twitter and other Internet forums. The journalist, who cannot be named because it is not in the public interest, recently tweeted "Well that's another 40...
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Funny story: Tabloid journalists left depressed by Gary Speed suicide

Tabloid journalists left depressed by Gary Speed suicide

Tabloid journalists have been advised to seek help if they become depressed and experience feelings of worthlessness in the wake of the Gary Speed tragedy. Scores of hardened hacks are reported to have succumbed to stress and resorted to heavy dr...
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Funny story: BBC Issue a list of locations to avoid in news reports

BBC Issue a list of locations to avoid in news reports

The BBC have issued guidelines of place names to avoid in news reports due to an increasingly sensitive viewing public. "A few years ago," said Mark Thompson, Director General of the BBC, "We could say what we liked on the news, and nobody dared c...
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Funny story: Tabloid journalists under stress

Tabloid journalists under stress

Saturday was going to be an easy day in tabloid world. It's the first day of the school holiday, the weather is looking good and an early finish is on the cards. They had been working frantically over the past weeks on the Murdoch phone hacking scandal, secretly keeping back some juicy snippets for the front pages. Everything was going well, it was only twelve noon and the papers were all re...
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Funny story: SpyGames in doubt as applications fall

SpyGames in doubt as applications fall

The future of the World Spy Games is in doubt this week as it has been revealed that following the collapse of the News Of The World, both the number of competitors applications and the sponsorship for the championships has fallen dramatically. Us...
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Funny story: Rupert Bear and The Nerds Of The Wold. Part 1

Rupert Bear and The Nerds Of The Wold. Part 1

Rupert sat behind his huge desk, and wondered what orders he could give next. He had only been in the office an hour, and he had sacked fifteen people, closed four newsagents, employed a mate of Daffid Cameroon, for a consideration, and sold his mothers house without her knowing. "Ms Book, why do we have no black people working here?" Enquired Rupert, into his speaker phone. "You a racist Mr...
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Funny story: Politicians shocked as journalists do their job

Politicians shocked as journalists do their job

Britain is reeling after it emerged tabloid journalists have been doing their job properly for more than ten years. Politicians and media commentators are in a state of shock after it was revealed last week that reporters from national newspapers...
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Funny story: Shocking Treatment of Tabloid Journalists Continues

Shocking Treatment of Tabloid Journalists Continues

A surprising new report has revealed that violent crime against journalists is not rising quite as fast as you'd expect. In fact, bizarrely, some individuals are even going out of their way to help them. "It's true," sobbed Policeman Gary Badger,...
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Funny story: Journalists to defy super injunctions

Journalists to defy super injunctions

The recent spate of super injunction gagging orders are being defied, and several journalists have decided to ignore these bits of paper obtained from injunction-issuing Justice Sue Mai-Ass, who incidentally wears a very strange wig in court and exp...
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Funny story: Egypt's Mubarek Orders the Beating of Journalists: "Now The World Will See I am A Man Of Peace"

Egypt's Mubarek Orders the Beating of Journalists: "Now The World Will See I am A Man Of Peace"

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarek -- voted Time Magazine's 2011 World Leader Most Likely To Be Hung Upside-Down on Meathooks From the Roof Of His Palace-- has decided to try to gain the world's sympathy for his plight by ordering government troops to...
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Funny story: Journalists asked to take emergency supplies to disaster areas

Journalists asked to take emergency supplies to disaster areas

Large areas of the UK are currently unable to get any kind of supplies, with some areas beginning to run out of the basics such as milk, bread and toothpaste. The delivery lorries are unable to get to the supermarkets. Even the trusty Transit van...
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Funny story: Daily Mail Journalists Fight For Cleaner Media

Daily Mail Journalists Fight For Cleaner Media

A fun loving group of Daily Mail journalists have today started a campaign to eliminate the presence of sexually suggestive journalism across all forms of British media. The group of seven journalists have called themselves 'Children Come First',...
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Funny story: Daily Telegraph giving away free mincepies. Spoof to go 'one better'

Daily Telegraph giving away free mincepies. Spoof to go 'one better'

So, the Daily Telegraph is giving away free delicious mincepies with proof of purchase of the newspaper. God they must be desperate for sales. Rather cheeky when you think about it, as they often steal our Spoofs to pad their paper. Well, I have come up with a much better idea. The Spoof will be giving away free stories. 'So what's the difference - we do that now?' you ask. The difference...
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Funny story: Airports overcrowded due to Volcanic Ash Cloud

Airports overcrowded due to Volcanic Ash Cloud

Airports across the country are reporting higher than average number of people arriving at their airports, not despite the ash cloud hanging over Europe, but because of it. With every flight in and out of UK airspace grounded due to the ash cloud...
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Joan Rivers Loses It

A medical bulletin just released from a Manhattan clinic states that Joan Rivers had stopped talking during throat surgery.

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