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Funny story: Celebrity Flash Fiction Literature Big Brother

Celebrity Flash Fiction Literature Big Brother

It's a first for the world of Short Story Flash Literature as six brave 'flashters' enter the Big Brother House. These famous flash fiction writers take part in a six week series they hope will rival the Monty Python Team for amazing satire. It se...
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Funny story: I Thought Kazoo Lived in a Zoo

I Thought Kazoo Lived in a Zoo

When I was a kid, everything I needed to know to get through life I had already learned from cartoons before I graduated kindergarten. I learned how to be sarcastic, underhanded and a master of disguise from Bugs Bunny which I felt could come in handy some day if someone tries to serve me with a bench warrant. I learned the importance of being greedy, greedy, greedy and more greedy from Daffy Du...
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Funny story: You need to know the truth

You need to know the truth

How would you feel if you were told that yesterday never existed, but that your universe began when you closed the door to leave the house this morning? Or that it began when you started to read The Spoof? It is an alarming thought, is it not? Yet, it is true. Your universe extends just beyond your fingertips. Stretch, reach out, try and touch that bubble which surrounds you. The people that yo...
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Funny story: Doerr Wins Short Story Award

Doerr Wins Short Story Award

Short fiction writer Anthony Doerr has won this year's Sunday Times Short Story award for his latest offering, The Deep. The American, who recently won the Sory Prize in the USA, beat off a host of strong competitors to win the £30,00 prize, whic...
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6,815 Americans die on Black Friday

Some 6,815 Americans died on Black Friday, which is the average daily number of deaths in the U.S. The difference: 6,754 of these deaths were blamed on crazy-ass shoppers trying to score a bargain.
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