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Slowly, Over Time, Nashville Man Becomes Slightly Less Immature

Funny story: Slowly, Over Time, Nashville Man Becomes Slightly Less Immature

Slowly, over time, with a great deal of (well, some) personal work, Trent O’Hare of Nashville, Tennessee, reports that he’s become slightly less immature. “It’s pretty remarkable, if I don’t say so myself," said Trent. "Which I do. A lot. I think...

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Trump Finally Releases Enneagram Results

Funny story: Trump Finally Releases Enneagram Results

After much controversy and criticism over his unprecedented refusal to disclose certain sensitive personal and financial information, President Donald Trump finally released his Enneagram personality test results. Trump is an Enneagram Type Eight, a...

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How's Your Work/Life Balance?

Funny story: How's Your Work/Life Balance?

To most of us, 'Work/Life Balance' means being able to effectively allocate sufficient time and effort to both work and other areas of our lives, such as family, so that we can function well, and enjoy both. If only achieving it were as easy as defining it! I find achieving it impossible, because I hate work so much. I loathe it. I detest it. I abhor it. I would like to drag it kicking...

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LOL??? New Study Reports that People Are Funny

Funny story: LOL??? New Study Reports that People Are Funny

A new study released today by the American Psychological Association reports that people are funny - not funny in the "ha-ha sense," clarified APA President Evan Cartwright, but funny as in "weird, strange, bizarre. F-ed up, if you will.” Cartwrig...

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Nashville Man Experiences What He's Pretty Sure Is a Feeling

Funny story: Nashville Man Experiences What He's Pretty Sure Is a Feeling

Late yesterday afternoon, East Nashville resident Gregg Pardon experienced a markedly unpleasant tingling sensation deep in his gut, which he tentatively believes to have been a feeling. "I can't verify one hundred percent," stated Pardon, "but ba...

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New Study Finds Yelling At Golf Ball Has No Effect

Funny story: New Study Finds Yelling At Golf Ball Has No Effect

West Palm Beach, FL - A recent study conducted at golf tournaments on the PGA Tour and LPGA events has uncovered the disheartening fact that yelling at your golf ball during flight has absolutely no effect on how it behaves. "I just can't believe...

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Mind-Blowing New Study Reveals Link Between Poverty and Depression

Funny story: Mind-Blowing New Study Reveals Link Between Poverty and Depression

A mind-blowing new study, The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, recently revealed a link between poverty and depression, reporting that people living in poverty are actually twice as likely to be depressed as those who are able to provide for their...

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An urban fable: It's all in the name

Funny story: An urban fable: It's all in the name

Damien Dread had a weird name but he was kind of proud of it. You could say he "grew" into the name over the years. As a little kid in elementary school, Damien Dread was teased unceasingly about his surname. Some wiseguy by the name of Tommy Truesgood looked up the word "dread" on an online dictionary from his cell phone and discovered that "dread" meant to "anticipate with great apprehension or...

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Debate Over Effectiveness of Positive Thinking and Affirmations Rages among Losers; Winners Have Little to Say on Subject

Funny story: Debate Over Effectiveness of Positive Thinking and Affirmations Rages among Losers; Winners Have Little to Say on Subject

A study recently released by the Self-Center for American Psychology noted a sharp divide among losers regarding the effectiveness of the positive self-statements known as "affirmations"; winners, however, had little to say on the subject. Accordi...

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Hope Stupidly Springs Eternal for Struggling New Yorkers

Funny story: Hope Stupidly Springs Eternal for Struggling New Yorkers

According to recent polls, over 70 percent of New York City residents remain ridiculously optimistic about their futures despite overwhelming indications that nothing in their personal or professional lives will ever change for the better, thereby pr...

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Rafa's Service Routine May Be Pooh Related, Doctor's Say.

Funny story: Rafa's Service Routine May Be Pooh Related, Doctor's Say.

Madrid, Spain - In sport, amateurs and pro players alike, will often stick with any strange ritual that is working for them, and it certainly doesn't seem like champion tennis star, Rafael Nadal, will be giving up his well-documented little OCD routi...

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White Collar Corporate Psychopaths Not Prosecuted

Funny story: White Collar Corporate Psychopaths Not Prosecuted

After its 2009 bankruptcy and its $50 billion government bailout, the bankruptcy absolved Universal Moters of existing personal injury claims, stripping the victims of their constitutional rights to have their day in court. Now, it turns out UM,...

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"Flush Phobia!"

Funny story: "Flush Phobia!"

A man has been committed to a psychiatric ward after being diagnosed with a rare and very serious mental condition: 'Terrifying Flying Toilet Seat Syndrome.' "Victims of terrifying flying toilet seat syndrome have psychoactive events that are link...

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Man Loses The Plot

Funny story: Man Loses The Plot

Imagine walking through town. You have a beard. The beard sits on your face. You realise this and so turn to look into a shoppe window hoping to catch a glimpse of you with your beard. There it is you think, still there. Anyway after this you turn a corner (as corners are notoriously difficult to navigate if one keeps walking in the same direction) and all of a sudden you are confronted with a her...

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Many in U.S. Believe Mental Illness Caused By Demons

Funny story: Many in U.S. Believe Mental Illness Caused By Demons

Science's goal is to create reasonable explanations (theories) to describe reality - theories that rely, not on feelings or passions, but on evidence. Yet substantial portions of the American people reject scientific conclusions. In the fields of p...

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New DSM V Disorder: Gun Fetishist's Separation Anxiety

Funny story: New DSM V Disorder: Gun Fetishist's Separation Anxiety

The new DSM V categorization of psychiatric disorders published by the American Psychiatric Association as a new description of separation anxiety and a new category of fetishes. In the DSM IV these disorders related only to people. But now they h...

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"Assholism" Proposed as New Personality Disorder

Funny story: "Assholism" Proposed as New Personality Disorder

The American Pyschological Association (APA) is formally considering adding "assholism" as an official personality disorder to the next edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, as announced by a leading psychiatrist, who...

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General Admits, 'most recruits heartbroken.'

Funny story: General Admits, 'most recruits heartbroken.'

A high up Military Psychologist has admitted most of the young men who join the military are heartbroken rejects of society. 'I'm not saying all recruits sign up because of emotional distance, or detachment from self. But I am noticing a trend.'...

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