Spoof news snippets from Tuesday 16 October 2007
Artist is a Real Hoot!
Ruritanian artist Roger Rogerssen, in a radical statement about the Crimean War and the cult of celebrity, paraded around Trafalgar Square yesterday, wearing a replica "Nightingale" dress, and with a mock "Athena" poster of an owl in his pocket.
"Owls About That Then?"
We know that "Lady of the Lamp" Florence Nightingale kept an owl, "Athena", in her pocket. But it was Charles Darwin, with his stick insects, 'Napoleon and Wellington', who was the first eminent Victorian to maintain a 'pocket bestiary'
Listen to Your Mother
A boy from Keighley, West Yorkshire has grown potatoes in his ears. After months of telling her son to clean his ears his Mum found a few Marie Pipers.
The BBC faked Sir Menzies Campbell's resignation from the nation's 3rd rate party the Liberal Democrats it was unveiled today.
"Celebrities Are Clones" Claims Clown
Celebrities are manufactured in a factory in Lupsk, it was claimed yesterday. "David Hockney & Alan Bennett; Michael Jackson & his sisters; David Dickinson, Des O'Connor & Derek Batey - they're standard models & respray jobs!" ex-clown Arthur Dandruff assured Radio Wrexham's Alan Londis, yesterday.
The Sun Prints True Story
The Sun today printed a story which was actually true. More to follow...wait...no...that's it.