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Funny story: Simon Cowell brought in to approve new Spoofs

Simon Cowell brought in to approve new Spoofs

Legendary evil bastard, Simon Cowell, has agreed to become the Spoof's number one story approver. "It's been noted," said Cowell, "that there is a large number of stories coming into the Spoof that fail on some very basic criteria. Up until now pe...
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Funny story: Police make a gruesome discovery in a Dorking house

Police make a gruesome discovery in a Dorking house

Police were horrified to make a gruesome discovery in an ordinary terraced house in central Dorking yesterday at the home of mortician Tom Cadaver. "We were alerted by a neighbour," said detective inspector Henry Hoover. "He took a parcel for Cada...
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Funny story: Thumb rationing

Thumb rationing

In these austere times it is no surprise that the UN has decided to introduce thumb rationing. Currently there are not enough thumbs to allow everybody in the world to have two. The average number of thumbs per person is around the 1.999 mark, wit...
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Funny story: Spoof Writer Wants His Thumbs Back

Spoof Writer Wants His Thumbs Back

A prominent Spoof writer from Manchester has appealed to the general public, and spoofing community at large, to start rating his work on the popular website. Herr Riballs, currently languishing in 63rd spot of the most popular writers league tabl...
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Funny story: Rober Ebert Sues Hitchhikers For Copyright Violations

Rober Ebert Sues Hitchhikers For Copyright Violations

Film critic Roger Ebert has announced that he is suing hitchhikers across the freeway and interstate system for violations of copyright. Several years ago, Ebert and his late partner, Gene Siskel, trademarked their famous "thumbs up" symbols. "Th...
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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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