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Funny story: Man And His Wife Saw EastEnders Ricky Butcher In Magaluf

Man And His Wife Saw EastEnders Ricky Butcher In Magaluf

A man and his wife enjoying an evening promenade in the Majorcan tourist resort of Magaluf were shocked and surprised to see the EastEnders character Ricky Butcher sitting outside a bar with his friends, getting blathered. His ex-wife, I mean.

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Funny story: BBC Naga Munchetty Warning Sparks Outrage

BBC Naga Munchetty Warning Sparks Outrage

The BBC has come under intense criticism this morning over its decision to warn presenter Naga Munchetty about comments she made about US president, Donald Trump, after he had behaved in a racist manner. The warning from the corporation's Executiv...

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Funny story: Fireman Sam Fired for being too Welsh Say BBC

Fireman Sam Fired for being too Welsh Say BBC

The well known and loved children's program "Fireman Sam" has been cancelled by the BBC on the grounds that nobody outside the M25 understands it. "He never drinks a soya latte, and doesn't know what quinoia is," claimed a lesbian from the BBC.

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Funny story: James Blunt 'One Show' Performance Made Viewer's Ears Bleed

James Blunt 'One Show' Performance Made Viewer's Ears Bleed

A song performed on BBC One's 'The One Show' by singer/songwriter, James Blunt, was so awful, it made one viewer's ears bleed. Blunt was appearing on the show hosted by Nick Grimshaw and Emma Willis on Friday evening, and, after talking alongside...

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Funny story: Harry Maguire To Read The News At Ten

Harry Maguire To Read The News At Ten

Harry Maguire, the one-time Hull City carthorse who earler this week signed for Manchester United from Leicester City, is a popular man. He's also extremely handsome. And muscular. That's the reason behind the BBC's decision to ask the £80milli...

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Funny story: TV License Attack

TV License Attack

Over 11,000 people over the age of 100 will be stripped of their free TV licenses under a Tory government, in what seems like another instalment in the magic ritual to resurrect their blood God. Pensioners everywhere have said how much of an effect i...

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Funny story: Donald Trump To Make D-Day Guest Appearance On BBC Question Time

Donald Trump To Make D-Day Guest Appearance On BBC Question Time

President Donald Trump has extended his planned three-day state visit to the UK after receiving a surprise invitation to make a guest appearance on the BBC's popular political forum, Question Time, on Thursday, 6 June. The show will be broadcast l...

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Funny story: BBC to employ - get this "A Man"

BBC to employ - get this "A Man"

The BBC, which has over the years become a bastion of angry lesbians and moronic Londoners, has today publicly announced a change in their employment policy "We're going to try an experiment in social justice," admitted a grumpy diesel dyke. "We'r...

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Funny story: BBC Admits - Dr Who critics to face Education Camps

BBC Admits - Dr Who critics to face Education Camps

The BBC have finally admitted that critics of the latest season of Dr Who will be rounded up and placed in "Special Camps" with their license fees trebled, and their children forced to watch constant repeats of The Antiques Roadshow "It's simply i...

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Funny story: Black And White Minstrel Show To Make Comeback!

Black And White Minstrel Show To Make Comeback!

The Black and White Minstrel Show, the popular 'blackface' song and dance extravaganza broadcast on BBC television for 20 years, is to astound viewers once more, by making a comeback to the small screen this spring. The show, which was axed in 197...

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Funny story: Last Night's TV: Make Me a Dealer

Last Night's TV: Make Me a Dealer

Popular daytime telly favourite, Make Me a Dealer, returns to our screens this week. The show, hosted by amiable host Mart Paulin, pits two aspiring drug dealers against each other. The two contestants, Dwayne Trutter a former football hooligan and D...

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Funny story: The Apprentice Week 206, Record Viewing Figures for The Brothels

The Apprentice Week 206, Record Viewing Figures for The Brothels

BBC TV's never ending saga The Apprentice struck TV gold this week when a special late night episode for over 18s beat the viewing figures of its failing flagship show Strictly Come Dancing. The nation was tucked up on the sofa in its pyjamas with ho...

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Funny story: TV Review: It's Organised Crime Week On The Apprentice!

TV Review: It's Organised Crime Week On The Apprentice!

At the start of this week's episode, Laird Shergar addressed the remaining candidates from the back of Derek Trotter's van: "It's an unknown fact that 25 Squillion quid is lost each year to the black economy," explained Lady Shagger. "These crimin...

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Funny story: Where are they now? Dave Lee Travis' Hairy Monster

Where are they now? Dave Lee Travis' Hairy Monster

He always liked to boast about it on live radio and he did so for years. How he got away with it for so long, nobody knows but at some point the Hairy Monster metamorphosed into the Hairy Cornflake. Maybe it had become small brown and crispy until introduced to cold liquid. According to Botham Squab (sic) in "My Days Tending the Hairy Cornflake" "The hair prefix was, of course, down to DLT’s l...

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Funny story: Where are they now? Polari as spoken by Kenneth Williams

Where are they now? Polari as spoken by Kenneth Williams

"Ooh! Isn't he bold?" as Julian and Sandy would say to "Mr. 'Orne" in the heyday of Polari, or the old British gay slang. Julian and Sandy's use of Polari on the BBC radio comedy "Round the Horne" introduced Polari to a mass audience, identifying them as gay to those in the know. Round the Horne's use of it ultimately led to Polari's near-demise as a means of communication between gay men. I su...

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Funny story: BBC Newsreader Criticised For Flagging Down Police Car For Lift

BBC Newsreader Criticised For Flagging Down Police Car For Lift

The BBC newsreader, Fiona Bruce, has been widely criticised for stopping a police car, and asking for a lift. The feisty Bruce - that one with the reddish hair and 'Catwoman' look who stands there in the dominatrix pose - got out of a taxi which w...

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Funny story: Apprentice Review: Apprentice Candidates Reach Peak Self Entitlement

Apprentice Review: Apprentice Candidates Reach Peak Self Entitlement

It's Apptober again! The Apprentice has returned for another season and this year the candidates are more hapless than ever. Take IT Consultant Prakash, who has a very unique way of producing wealth. "I ooze wealth from my every pore." Explains Praka...

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