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Monday, 7 December 2009

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Banana man in tight situation: a good case for better interior design

Copenhagen, Denmark. About twenty seven thousand people have gathered here today to talk about ways to improve home interior design. Experts from 56 countries have released a green paper on combating poor roofing insulation and pointed to ways in which lintels can be demonstrably effective in the event of sudden earth tremors.

Expectations are high that an effective blue print will be agreed on uniform size for common kitchen sink plug holes, something that a number of countries have had trouble agreeing on for over 15 years now.

Dr Hans Bukacyi, from the Institute for Better Homes, believes that emerging technologies such as keyless chuck drills and pocket spirit levels will revolutionise home design, leading to better housing interiors. "I'm so excited 'bout this conference" he said.

In other news, a Fijian man has assembled a 50 megatonne nuclear device in his kitchen and threatened to blow up the entire planet. Bad man him.

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