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Funny story: Kardashian pics: body-double comes forward

Kardashian pics: body-double comes forward

Following the release of 'those pictures' of Kim Kardashian a few days ago, we can now reveal that it was, as some predicted, nothing more than a publicity stunt, and in fact a body-double was used. And if that was not sensational enough we can also...
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Funny story: Tesco Allocates New Parking Bays For The Selfish

Tesco Allocates New Parking Bays For The Selfish

Tesco announced today that it is introducing new car parking areas specifically for those of a selfish disposition. The designated spaces will be added on to the ends of existing rows in Tesco's car parks and marked with cross hatching. The schem...
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Funny story: Heartbleed marketing gets underway - catastrophe to be announced shortly

Heartbleed marketing gets underway - catastrophe to be announced shortly

The Heartbleed Bug, a fault in the security system used by many Internet sites, has become a major global brand due to the slick marketing used to get its message across. Early adoption of a funky logo and hysterical rhetoric in the press has quickl...
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Funny story: #CashTag - Cash's nametag company bought up by IP entrepreneur

#CashTag - Cash's nametag company bought up by IP entrepreneur

An unnamed businessman has secretly taken control of the ailing Cash nametag company after he discovered they owned the trademark Hashtag™. A Cash's spokesperson said that the Coventry company would be moving away from their previous business...
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Funny story: Four million drivers are now over seventy years old

Four million drivers are now over seventy years old

News that the UK now has more than four million drivers aged over seventy has surprised some, but it is the fact that they are subject to different driving rules which has come as a real shock to many people. The over-seventies licence, which must...
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Funny story: Exciting new Graphene Art developed

Exciting new Graphene Art developed

For the last few years, scientists have been exploring the properties and possible uses of graphene, the new wonder material made of an atom-thick layer of carbon. It promises to herald a revolution in materials and electronics development. Howev...
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Funny story: Regulator to intervene in Sally Bercow Twitter row

Regulator to intervene in Sally Bercow Twitter row

A UK communications watchdog, has announced an investigation into a number of claims made on-line by unknown reporter Roy Turse concerning Sally Bercow. On Monday, Roy Turse named Ms Bercow as a 'serial Twitter abuser' and 'publicity junkie' and i...
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Funny story: Paxman announces radical University Challenge changes

Paxman announces radical University Challenge changes

Jeremy Paxman today announced that there will be some major changes to the format of his long-running quiz show University Challenge. In a press release he said that the programme was to be re-structured to give it a more topical and less academic f...
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Funny story: English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?

With the legal challenge over this years English examinations expected to be pushed through with some urgance, many are asking if a GCSE in English truly has any affect on the quality of articles being written by currant journalists. If the English...
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Funny story: Crisp packet hedgehog "bloody annoyed" at so-called rescue

Crisp packet hedgehog "bloody annoyed" at so-called rescue

A hedgehog widely reported to have been saved after being stuck in a crisp packet in Weston Super Mare has hit back at his rescuers, saying he had never asked for help. The hedgehog, given the name Crispin by the team that extracted him from a rai...
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Funny story: TMZ website shows proof that Prince Harry has a red star tattooed on his rear

TMZ website shows proof that Prince Harry has a red star tattooed on his rear

The latest snaps of Prince Harry in his hotel suite in Las Vegas have been published on the TMZ website, and show that he sports a bright red star tattoo on his backside. The significance of the tattoo is not known for sure, but that has not stopp...
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Funny story: Louis Walsh's new hair makes him look 40 years younger claims orang-utan hair transplant pioneer

Louis Walsh's new hair makes him look 40 years younger claims orang-utan hair transplant pioneer

Following Louis Walsh's surprising new hairstyle as seen on The X-Factor, details are now emerging of the controversial procedure he has undertaken to achieve the effect. And the scientist behind the process, Doctor Ronan Westboys, has spoken out ab...
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Funny story: Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Maths A Level student uses Banach-Tarski paradox to prove twice as many students actually got A or A* as passed the exams at the top two grades

Faced with being on the borderline for acceptance to his preferred university place, an eighteen-year-old from Basingstoke has written a letter to the university's Maths department purporting to show that although he was awarded a B grade in Maths, i...
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Funny story: Union demands extra second's pay for workers

Union demands extra second's pay for workers

Leaders of the Britain's biggest public sector union have proposed industrial action if employers do not pay workers for the extra second that is being inserted into the calendar on June 30th. At midnight on June 30th, one second is due to be adde...
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Funny story: David Beckham: "The Olympics are cancelled!"

David Beckham: "The Olympics are cancelled!"

After tirelessly campaigning to bring the 2012 Olympic Games to London, David Beckham was distraught today when it became clear he had not been picked for the British Olympic football team. Stuart Pierce who has been charged with putting the team to...
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Funny story: Luverley Jubilee! We're gunna 'ave a right ol' royal knees-up dahn the palace!

Luverley Jubilee! We're gunna 'ave a right ol' royal knees-up dahn the palace!

The Queen has decided that, to commemorate her Diamond Jubilee, she will revert to her natural speaking style for the day on June 4th. Although she usually affects a very precise BBC English accent, coming from the west end of London means she natur...
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Funny story: Teddy Sheringham: "Ramsay made a meal of it!"

Teddy Sheringham: "Ramsay made a meal of it!"

Teddy Sheringham has been explaining what was behind his 'tasty' foul on Gordon Ramsay during the recent Soccer Aid match that put the chef in hospital. It seems to have been the final course in a culinary food feud that goes back years. "I'm n...
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Funny story: Silent Witness prompts over 500 calls to the BBC

Silent Witness prompts over 500 calls to the BBC

A recent double episode of Silent Witness has sparked controversy after a scene in the program prompted over 500 calls and emails from the public. However, it was a story consisting of a series of wild coincidences and complex red herrings that must...
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Barack I Now Wants to Be Addressed With a New Moniker

WashDC: Emperor Barack I has issued an imperial order that all courtiers and palace plebs shall now address him as: His Excellent Cubaness "Che-Fidelio". The Secret Service scrambled to update codes.
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