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Funny story: Teenager Decides He Will Stop Procrastinating...Later

Teenager Decides He Will Stop Procrastinating...Later

Marcus Travins, a 10th grade student at Wilmot High School in North Carolina, reportedly promised that he would stop procrastinating later this year. He explains "I have a problem with pushing important assignments aside and eventually doing them...
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Funny story: Morrisville Woman run out of hangers, not dismayed

Morrisville Woman run out of hangers, not dismayed

Alice Sweeney of Morrisville Pennsylvania has a clothing storage dilemma. "I've run out of hangers" she told as we sat in a booth at the Plymouth diner. "and I'm not about to buy anymore, never bought a hanger in my life, they've just always been t...
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Funny story: Is there a talent for being evil

Is there a talent for being evil

Is villainy a talent? If so, where does it come from? Is it genetic, or learned? Some put the blame on society, culture or religion. Whatever. Before getting into it we need to know what is meant by evil. Perhaps the following words can clarify the word scope of villainy: natural disasters, diseases, birth defects, war, destruction, deception, anger, gluttony, vanity, ego, pride, lust,...
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Funny story: Keep Pushing That Truck

Keep Pushing That Truck

Back in the day a bunch of us used to hang out at a bar called the Super Bowl Pub in Wheaton, Maryland. The Super Bowl Pub was a nice dive bar which drew the most unsavory of clientele of which we were proud to be a part of. Actually we were so unsavory every other bar in town wouldn't have us except for the Super Bowl Pub. We liked to always point this fact out to the owner, John, who would si...
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Funny story: Dr Farquar and The Generation Gap

Dr Farquar and The Generation Gap

How can life begin at forty? Surely it begins when you are born doesn't it? (Contributed by Alex Petty) Dr F. Life does not begin at forty. Ask John Lennon or Jill Dando. Why do teenagers express their burning desires to be different by dressing exactly the same? (Contributed by Alex Petty) Dr F. Discourage kids from spending your money on designer clothes and trainers. Have George Armani o...
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Funny story: Dr Farquar presents The Latest Least Xenophobic International Poll

Dr Farquar presents The Latest Least Xenophobic International Poll

I'm proud to be English because when we have a joke told to us, and don't understand it, we pull a face like we have made a mistake in our trousers. We don't just laugh politely, like the Dutch. The Dutch are a fickle race. You can get arrested for growing plants but for not smoking them. You can legally kill yourself. You take the piss out of the Germans and still drink their beer. I love...
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Funny story: Corn Flakes Box Doorstoppers: How To Make One

Corn Flakes Box Doorstoppers: How To Make One

Here we are again with the latest in our How To Make One series, and this time it's something extremely useful, and also muchly cheap! If you've ever needed something to keep the door ajar on hot summer days, you're in luck, because my latest idea is the Corn Flakes box doorstopper. First, you need an empty Corn Flakes box. Size doesn't matter, but, if you really want to impress the neighbou...
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Funny story: Braveheart of Coward?

Braveheart of Coward?

Just a bit of "Rajing" fun that flipped into my head during brain surgery after the missus flung the frying pan at me; it's a menopause thing! Mad dogs and Englishmen! A sip of green tea dashed with a slice of fresh lemon passes her lips as she sits beneath swaying palm leaves and a Bengali breeze. "Darling, what on earth is that total Nutcase doing out there in this damn heat?. "Swee...
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Funny story: How to Solve the World's Problems

How to Solve the World's Problems

A world order is not a bad idea. What is bad about it is WHO intends to run it and HOW and what will become of us all if they get their way. So, ending that is the first step to establishing the unity of Mankind. How? Here's what we do. We end the ruling bloodlines, the malevolent dynasties, the black heart of capitalism. We do this by closing down all the banks and putting on trial all those r...
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Funny story: Whatever anyway

Whatever anyway

Anyway, whatever. Whatever you say. Anyway, who cares. ANY WAY? You must be joking. There are some ways that are just not me. We know you are always right anyway. So... Whatever you say Dad. Anyway what's the use? Right? Anyway - it'll all be the same in a thousand years - So whatever? You must be joking! What a drag. I can't believe it. But...whatever. Anyway I don't really care. W...
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Funny story: Ratatouille two-step

Ratatouille two-step

A man who had previously complained that a rat had 'run up his leg' while he was eating in his local Wetherspoon's pub has been exposed as a fraud. Dick Soars, 57, was on a blind Internet date with, Mona Lotz, a nubile Lithuanian wench and had arr...
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Funny story: Life for Sale

Life for Sale

Wall Street New York Our Financial Times Reporter. Life has been floated on the US Stocks share market. It opened at a dollar a share. Dividends are rewarded per percentage yield converted into minutes and hours of extra life. It has no basis in reality, of course, but like money itself depends entirely on consensus belief for its existence. Speculators believe that if they can accumulate enough...
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Funny story: Après la vie

Après la vie

In physics, energy can be transferred or converted to kinetic, radiant, elastic, thermal or chemical energy, but it cannot be created or destroyed. Benjamin Franklin, born 1706, before his discovery, believed that 'clouds formed over the ocean had more electricity than clouds formed over the land; therefore, when these two clouds came close enough to one anther, the different charges had to eq...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 25: Balooning

The Case Against Recreation - Part 25: Balooning

Balooning- Hot air ballooning popular in some locales that have a climate and topography suitable to such an absurd activity. To understand its appeal we need to examine the symbolism involved. First there's the basket that holds the passengers. This could mean they are all basket cases, or that they are going to hell in a handbasket, or both. Then next is the balloon that carries...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 24: Kite Flying

The Case Against Recreation - Part 24: Kite Flying

Kite Flying- When someone gets disgusted with you and wants you to go away, they often say, "Go fly a kite." It's a polite way of saying, "Go to hell." This infers that kite flying is a decidedly negative thing to do. If this is true then why do people do it? There are at least two possible reasons why someone would fly a kite. The first is that they are simply intellectually inept to unde...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 23: Camping

The Case Against Recreation - Part 23: Camping

Camping- Camping trips are yet another example of the fixation humans has with animal behavior. Despite advanced creature comforts and housing with all the conveniences of modern living, people are still drawn to the harsh elements of the great outdoors. It's a mindless ingrained habit that defies all logic except if it's like a salmon swimming against the current to reach the spawning ground upst...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 22: Picnics

The Case Against Recreation - Part 22: Picnics

Picnics- involve the eating of meals in an outdoor setting such as a park. The procedure is quite simple: participants prepare the meal at home, pack it along with a table cloth, and maybe some folding chairs. Then they go to an outdoor location, perhaps a designated public picnic area where they spread the tablecloth on the ground, if no picnic tables are available. It's a popular pastime conside...
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Funny story: The Case Against Recreation - Part 21: Barbeques

The Case Against Recreation - Part 21: Barbeques

Barbeques- usually takes place in someone's backyard with family or friends gathered around a pit or grill with flaming charcoal that cooks meat. Attendees enjoy the festive atmosphere because it's an ingrained remnant of their prehistoric past when early humans killed and ate animals in the wild. Some those feasts were also rituals featuring human sacrifices atop an alter somewhat resembling a mo...
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Trump Bans Transgender from Military

Trump Tower, NYC. In announcing his anti-transgender policy for the armed forces today, President Trump proclaimed: "There are no transgenders in foxholes."
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