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Posted: 25 Apr 19 08:08

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There's nothing more annoying than kids, especially when they're being annoying, and so it was for one man this morning, as his daughter relentlessly wore down his patience by firing a noisy child's plastic gun at him whilst he was having his breakfast. Moys Kenwood, 55, slurped on his Corn Flakes as his 4-year-old daughter, aimed the plastic Tommy gun in his direction, and let fly with a volle.....

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Little Red Hen

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Posted: 25 Apr 19 08:10
Isn't there some rule about not reporting real news?

Tut, tut.

I especially liked this detail:

The sound of the gunfire was so realistic, that two people outside, who were passing the house, instinctively threw themselves to the ground for cover.


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