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Creationist archaeologists discover proof of God

Funny story: Creationist archaeologists discover proof of God

In the Nevada desert, a group of archaeologists have made an astonishing discovery which appears to provide evidence for creationism. In a large dig site, the bones of ten dinosaurs have been discovered wearing crucifixes. Chief digger and creatio...

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Brian Blessed in the running to be new England manager

Funny story: Brian Blessed in the running to be new England manager

After the sudden resignation of Fabio Capello, the English Football Association are casting the net very wide indeed to search for the next England manager. They have said they would prefer the next coach to be English, but he doesn't necessarily nee...

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Media outrage at "disgraceful" Brits abroad

Funny story: Media outrage at "disgraceful" Brits abroad

There has been a media frenzy about a group of Brits who travelled abroad and behaved disgracefully last week. The Daily Mail described them as "an embarrassment to the whole country". The Guardian called them "a sad inditement [sic] of our youth". T...

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BBC imports another Scandinavian "slow paced" drama

Funny story: BBC imports another Scandinavian "slow paced" drama

Following the success of Danish drama "Snegl Løb" (Snail Race) and Danish tragedy "Se Mug Vokse" (Watching Mould Grow), the BBC has imported another Scandinavia drama to show on its TV channel for pretentious snobs, BBC4. Entitled "Maling Tørker"...

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Pope to star in his own sitcom

Funny story: Pope to star in his own sitcom

The Vatican has announced that Pope Benedict XVI will star in his own television sitcom, to be based on the Pope's everyday life. The Pope will write the script, as he is a keen comedy writer. The Pope has been doing standup comedy for a few years...

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Government introduces bonus seizure law

Funny story: Government introduces bonus seizure law

After a clamour of popular protest, the UK government has rushed through new legislation which allows them to seize any bonuses that are deemed too high. A committee of "public interest specialists" will meet every month to discuss who should have...

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"The Sound of Plumbing" reaches number one

Funny story: "The Sound of Plumbing" reaches number one

An unusual song called "Boiler Change" has reached the top of the UK pop charts, out-selling by two to one its nearest rival "Love a love of lovely love" by a talent show reject. "Boiler Change" is a unique track, consisting of an actual real life...

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300,000 immigrants claim benefits

Funny story: 300,000 immigrants claim benefits

The UK government has today released shocking statistics that as many as 300,000 immigrants in Britain are claiming benefits, on top of the many millions of Britons who claim them. For years, Britain has led the world in unemployment. The dole qu...

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Dinosaurs discovered in the Falklands

Funny story: Dinosaurs discovered in the Falklands

Prehistoric reptiles have been discovered roaming wild in the Falkland Islands, a UK government scientist announced today, to the great surprise of the zoological world. The dinosaurs include T-Rex's, Stegosauri, and other dangerous creatures once th...

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The Spoof joins in internet protest over piracy

Funny story: The Spoof joins in internet protest over piracy

The Spoof's readers have been taking part in a protest against the US's new SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) legislation which is currently passing through the Senate. Other websites, such as Wikipedia, have taken themselves down for the day in order to...

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Inflation rate "is inflated"

Funny story: Inflation rate "is inflated"

The monthly rate of inflation in the UK was measured at 4.2% this month, down from 4.8% in November. Businesses are said to be deflated at the news. Bicycle repair kit salesman Herbert Pump said, "To get the inflation back up again, we need to find o...

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Man sells TV rights to his own murder

Funny story: Man sells TV rights to his own murder

A German man has sold the rights to his murder to a television production company. The murder will take place later this year in Switzerland under the country's new euthanasia laws. Herman Funster, 47, of Munich, appears physically fit but is act...

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Kim Jong-Un wins at the Olympics

Funny story: Kim Jong-Un wins at the Olympics

In a desperate attempt to impress his new subjects, North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has broadcast the London Olympics to his nation six months early. The Great Successor himself took part in many events, and unsurprisingly, he showed the same amazing sport...

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High speed rail line only 30 years away

Funny story: High speed rail line only 30 years away

The UK Government has today announced that a planned high speed train line between London and Birmingham will get the go ahead and will progress to the next stage in the planning process - the legal challenges. PM David Cameron said, "I can proudl...

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Nuclear war would help reduce world's carbon footprint

Funny story: Nuclear war would help reduce world's carbon footprint

A controversial report has been released by the Party Responsible for Engineering Propaganda about Universal Carbon Emissions (PREPUCE). The report suggests that a nuclear war would significantly reduce the world's carbon footprint. The shadowy or...

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UK government considering plan for trains capable of over 20mph

Funny story: UK government considering plan for trains capable of over 20mph

Ministers are considering plans to build a "high speed" train link between London and Dorking. This would allow Dorking residents to travel to the nation's capital at the hitherto unheard of speed of 23mph. Trains on the line currently chug along at...

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New Film Shows Thatcher's Weaker Side

Funny story: New Film Shows Thatcher's Weaker Side

A new film hits the cinema this week which aims to portray former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in a new light. The film, called "The Iron Deficiency Lady" shows a more human side than the public were used to seeing during her 12 years in power.

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"Baker Street" sax mix-up man dies

Funny story: "Baker Street" sax mix-up man dies

The man best known for playing saxophone on the 1978 Gerry Rafferty hit "Baker Street" has died. However, Bob Holness, aged 83, didn't actually play on the track at all. For the last thirty years, Holness has been cursed with being identified with...

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New Bill Would Give Guns Citizenship

Sen. Ted Cruz (TX-R) introduced a bill {BLAKA} that would give guns US citizenship, along with the right to vote and own weapons. Asked about how they felt about this bill a gun said "bang bang click"
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