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Funny story: Obese Rabbit Sues McDonalds

Obese Rabbit Sues McDonalds

A Rabbit that lived on McDonald's new salad menu is to sue the American Multinational for making him obese. Ryan McRabbit, a vegetarian from Dublin's posh southside was thrilled with the introduction of the new healthy option menu at his loca...
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Funny story: Dublin Government wants rid of Cork

Dublin Government wants rid of Cork

Dublin, Ireland. The Irish Government announced yesterday that they wish to rid Ireland of it's largest and most troublesome county, Cork.
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Funny story: Remember Bush you're a Womble

Remember Bush you're a Womble

Wimbledon Common. Ever wondered what George Bush's middle name stands for? Well we have the answer. Reporters for Geneology Magazine went t...
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Funny story: Ryanair acquires Concorde

Ryanair acquires Concorde

Dublin, Ireland. Ryanair Chief executive, Michael O'Leary has told reporters for the Financial Times, that Ryanair has acquired Concorde an...
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Funny story: Bill Clinton offered International Award

Bill Clinton offered International Award

Kildare, Ireland Former pupils of a prestigious Irish boarding school have awarded former US President, Bill Clinton their highest honour.
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Randy Quaid's act unconvincing

Has-been actor Randy Quaid was arrested at the border when, according to Mounties, he tried to impersonate a Canuck in order to illegally enter Canada. (The U. S. doesn't want him, either.)
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