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Funny story:  Cardboard cut out wins Trafford South by-election

Cardboard cut out wins Trafford South by-election

The Trafford South by-election was won last night by a cardboard cut out of a police officer that had previously been stood in the windows of a Pound Stretcher in Altrincham. The cardboard cut out is now the Conservative MP for Trafford South and has...
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Funny story:  Brian Air unveil plans to deal with French Air Traffic controllers strike

Brian Air unveil plans to deal with French Air Traffic controllers strike

Brian Air, the cheap, no nonsense Budget airline that normally lands somewhere vaguely near it's destination, have unveiled plans with how to deal with future French air traffic controller strikes. "Obviously, ,the strike from French air traffic c...
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Funny story:  The FA set for a massive bill

The FA set for a massive bill

The FA, the English branch line of FIFA, is set for a bill running into millions of pounds when the England team head home, thanks to the tens of millions of England flags that are expected to litter the floor. "We're seeing it already after the I...
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Funny story:  A Dyslexic Pope bans Satin

A Dyslexic Pope bans Satin

Pope Francis, it turns out, is slightly dyslexic. During a recent trip to an Australian Haberdashers, he was offered a new set of robes to be run up. "He was very nice," said Dave Grave, owner of Grave Cloth in Perth. "Until I showed him a list of...
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Funny story:  Call Centre operators fail the Turing Test

Call Centre operators fail the Turing Test

The Turing Test is a test to see if a computer has reached the required level of sophistication to fool a panel of judges that they are talking to a human, instead of a computer. No computer programme has yet managed to convince a quorum of judges th...
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Funny story:  Cumbersome acronym to be changed

Cumbersome acronym to be changed

The history of the gender and sexual orientation equality movement in the world can be traced through its acronym, which has evolved over time. Originally there was just gay, but then lesbians wanted to be separated from gay, and LG was formed. Fo...
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Funny story:  Isle of Wight News - The Island is shrinking!

Isle of Wight News - The Island is shrinking!

A recent geological survey of the Isle of Wight has come to the worrying conclusion that the island is shrinking at a rate of two millimetres per year. The first survey on the actual size of the island in 1952 revealed it to have an area of 380.56...
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Funny story:  Polls don't tell us anything

Polls don't tell us anything

According to a recent poll conducted by the Polish Polling organisation, Dollop, the British public do not believe polls can tell us anything about the nation's thoughts. "Polls are," said Dollop Pole, Polly Pauls, "largely useless. Apparently."...
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Funny story:  MPs to be put on Zero Hour Contracts

MPs to be put on Zero Hour Contracts

Labour Liverpool councillor, Bobby Davro, has called for all Members of Parliament to be put on zero hour contracts. "The current ConDem coalition has not only allowed, but actively encouraged the use of zero hour contracts across the country," sa...
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Funny story:  George Osborne begs for a mini-skirt

George Osborne begs for a mini-skirt

Chancellor of the Exchequer, George 'No Clue' Osborne has begged the fashion industry to bring back the mini-skirt. "When I was studying economics," said Osborne, "on a night course in Northwich three weeks ago, I discovered this theory that the l...
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Funny story:  Politics is going online

Politics is going online

In the most radical shake-up of British Politics since the Whigs and Tories merged to form the Tories, a solution has been found to the age old problem of the electorate not being engaged with the running of the country. The way politics works in...
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Funny story:  Being a cross dresser is traditional

Being a cross dresser is traditional

Recently, transgender and transvestite (hereafter called trans) individuals have been lambasted by so-called Christian sects in the US as being against God, and yet, proof has emerged that being a cross dresser pre-dates Jesus. "It's in the old te...
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Funny story:  Halal tap water causes outrage

Halal tap water causes outrage

First it was Subway that was selling halal meat, then Pizza Express, now it turns out halal produce is everywhere, including the water coming out of British taps. "This is an outrage," said Nick Farage, head of UKIP. "Why isn't this on the news?...
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Funny story:  Britain not in recession, and never has been

Britain not in recession, and never has been

George Osborne, the Human Resources manager put in charge of the economy of the UK, has admitted that due to a slight technical error (Osborne: "In the previous administration, mention that!") made by the previous administration, austerity measures w...
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Funny story:  Heartbleed Issue affects the Spoof

Heartbleed Issue affects the Spoof

The Heartbleed Security Issue has been identified as a problem on the popular spoof news website, The Spoof. The issue with the Heatbleed Security Issue is that the encryption used to protect passwords across two thirds of the world's password pro...
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Funny story:  Isle of Wight News: Ventnor to be the new home of Plastic Surgery

Isle of Wight News: Ventnor to be the new home of Plastic Surgery

Ventnor, the island's southern most city, is set to become the new hotbed of plastic surgery in the UK, supplanting Harley Street as the top destination. "We can expect a a sudden influx of celebrities coming for their face jobs and wrinkle reduct...
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Funny story:  New traffic laws to be brought in

New traffic laws to be brought in

With accident rates on British roads at an all time low, it has been necessary to bring in new traffic laws in order to provide the existing force with crimes to arrest people for. "We had a bit of a brainstorm," said traffic officer, Nick Themall...
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Funny story:  People have a favourite number

People have a favourite number

With most of the important subjects having been covered a PhD student in Manchester has researched the inclination of people to have a favourite number, and see it wherever they go. "My doctorate is in people's predilection for seeing their favour...
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