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3 Inch Painting of 60ft House on Dad's Penis

Funny story: 3 Inch Painting of 60ft House on Dad's Penis

An 18-year-old has been grounded after it was discovered that he had painted a picture of his parent's 60ft £1million mansion on his dad's penis. The graffiti had gone unnoticed for over a year and it was only when the teenager's mother tried ou...

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God Admits Fraud

Funny story: God Admits Fraud

In the last hour millions of people have become disenchanted with the very fabric of their existence due to shocking revelations by God himself. Speaking via his preferred deity-human conduit, former US President George W. Bush, God admitted that...

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Accrington Man Is A Bit Annoyed

Funny story: Accrington Man Is A Bit Annoyed

Steve Gaunt, of Accrington, has recently voiced his opinions on the global economic crisis and the reasons behind it, it was revealed by his close friends and family. "I'm just a bit annoyed, really. The credit crunch is really hurting me and my...

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New 'Mega-Trains' Announced

Funny story: New 'Mega-Trains' Announced

A fleet of new 'mega-trains' is set to hit Britain's ageing rail tracks sometime in 2013. The hope is for the trains to drag the National Rail Network's services towards the 21st century, following years of public criticism over the sub-standard ser...

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Potential Ecstasy Reclassification "Worrying"

Funny story: Potential Ecstasy Reclassification "Worrying"

Government officials have spoken out about their worry of the possible effects of reclassifying ecstacy to a Class B controlled substance. As a result The Home Office has stated that, despite the recommendations of the government's top drug advisors...

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Petrol Usage Warnings

Funny story: Petrol Usage Warnings

News comes today of the Government's new multi-million pound advertising campaign aimed at reducing the risks of what it says is "improper use of petrol". The recent reduction in the price of petrol at the pump has been welcomed by those on the fo...

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Knife Amnesty Amnesty

Funny story: Knife Amnesty Amnesty

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith today released plans for a controversial amnesty of existing knife amnesty measures. The news comes after a recent independent watchdog discovered that several knife amnesty schemes, operating over the past 4 years, hav...

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CCTV Probe

Funny story: CCTV Probe

The Government announced today that it is to reassess its use of closed-circuit television systems. The news comes only weeks after it was announced the UK was the "most recorded nation ever, ever". An unprecedented number of petitions were hande...

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Source of Unexpected Economic Growth Is Unexpected

Funny story: Source of Unexpected Economic Growth Is Unexpected

Shares in UK companies have increased by an average of 7% over the past 5 days, and show no sign of slowing down over the coming weeks. News of this economic turnaround comes as a relief to the UK public, who have suffered over recent months thank...

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Breaking news…

National Park Service Rewrites Statue of Liberty Plaque

"Give me your strong, your rich, your workers yearning to breathe capitalism. Send no homeless, impoverished, or those seeking refuge from MS-13 to me. I want no trash to tarnish our golden door."
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