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In a bid to boost Tourism in Britain, tourism chiefs have developed a range of ground based clouds. Most people refer to them as Sheep, but then, what do they know?
Scientists have revealed that Blue M&M's taste no different to the green ones, in a scientifically controlled blind taste test.
Kermit the Frog
Kermit the Frog, beloved Muppet of the 1970's has revealed his love for Sarah Palin.
Research and Development at Wilkinson Sword stopped the design of their new 99 blade razor, saying that it is too top heavy, and the handle is not long enough to support the design of it properly.
Murder she wrote?
Jessica Fletcher, well known TV detective has denied reports that she has gone soft in her old age, and says that the newest books title 'A slight disagreement she wrote' is purely a co-incidence.
Sellers of costumes for Halloween are suggesting that parents put in their orders for Simon and Garfunkel costumes quickly, as there has been a lot of demand for them this year.
A yellow egg cup with a crack in it, called 'The Idiot who buys this will put my kids through college' has sold at auction for £1.5 million.
Wendy Richards, famed misery of Eastenders has entered another race row, when she was caught on TV channeling the spirit of Bernard Manning.
Following his recent defeat in the courts, Dodi Fayed will now set out to prove once and for all how the last Dodo was killed.
Yellow is still yellow
Revelations from the world of fashion have reached us to say that Yellow is not the new black, it is still the old yellow.
Sid Vicious - The Truth
An elderly neighbour of punk rock icon Sid Vicious has said, 'From what I can remember, he was a nice boy, actually'
Peter Pan, the boy who famously never grew up is said to now have a much deeper voice, and to be sporting a somewhat dapper moustache.
Detectives working together with record shops have found the millions of albums sold by Shania Twain, Chris De Burgh, Cliff Richard, Mariah Carey, and Celine Dion in the lost city of Atlantis. Atlantisists were always suspected to have a piss poor taste in music.
Shoe Prices: Update
Following the news that a Centipede in Glamorgan is to complain about the price of shoes to his MP, a Millipede has now poked his nose in saying 'And you think you've got problems?'
In a shock revelation that will turn the world of cliche on its head, a living Door nail has been found in the Outer Hebrides.
A Centipede in Glamorgan has recently complained about the price of shoes to his MP.
U2, of there
Following news that U2 have signed away digital rights for the next 12 years, or something, they have also signed the Gettysberg Address, and the Magna Carta. They are now worthless, Bono said, cackling.
Bottler's new book
Talentless dullard Paul Burrell's new book 'You won't get it for free' is due out tomorrow. Pre-orders are said to be very slow.
A day in the sun
The editors of the Sun, The Express and The Daily Mail today realised that it is now more than 10 years ago, and it is time to let Princess Di rest in peace.
Sales of Gillian McKeith's new book 'Going through the motions' have rocketed in the past week. She is said to be flushed with success.
Barrymore to play Milligan; Grayson - C3PO
Following the news that the comedian Spike Milligan is to be portrayed by Michael Barrymore, we can exclusively reveal that Larry 'Shut that door' Grayson is to play the part of a young C3P0 in a new biopic about the early life of the camp protocol droid.
The Spoof can exclusively reveal that Mr T's name is in fact Herb.
Pigs in Scotland are under Police protection, in preparation for this year's Hogmanay celebrations.
There was confusion in BBC today when it was revealed that Later with Jools Holland is in fact recorded earlier. The Hootenanies that go out on New Year's Eve are in fact recorded on New Year's day, the year before.
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