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Funny story: Bush forgets teddy

Bush forgets teddy

Upon arriving in London on Tuesday night, President Bush was horrified to discover that he had forgotten his teddy.
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Funny story: Osama Bin Laden to visit London.

Osama Bin Laden to visit London.

We have been informed by various sources, that the worlds most wanted man is to visit London at the same time as President George Bush.
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Funny story: Ronald Mcdonald buys Leeds United!

Ronald Mcdonald buys Leeds United!

Ronald Mcdonald had bought Leeds United football club for the price of one Big Mac. The world famous fast food giant launched his shock take over bid yesterday. Due to Leeds massive debts, they had no choice but to accept.
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Funny story: Schumacher shopping trolley shocker!

Schumacher shopping trolley shocker!

Reigning Formula 1 World Championship holder Michael Schumacher, has been finding it hard to adjust to life after the end of the current season.
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Funny story: Cod fight back!

Cod fight back!

The intensive levels of cod fishing in the North Sea appear to be having unfortunate consequences, with cod actually attacking local fishermen! Simon Seagull, 42, from the Fisheries Ministry quotes:...
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Harvey Weinstein ejaculated from Motion Picture Academy

In an emergency meeting of the Motion Pictue Academy, reviewing the sexual antics of Weinstein until, in a crescendo of passion, they ejaculated him all the way to New Jersey, land of the creeps.
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