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Funny story: Obama Drone Kills English Cup Cake Insurgent Mr. Kipling - Olde English Tea Rooms Are Legitimate Drone Targets

Obama Drone Kills English Cup Cake Insurgent Mr. Kipling - Olde English Tea Rooms Are Legitimate Drone Targets

After the successful Drone missile attack on Cup Cake rebel leader Mr. Kipling, President Obama, acting on the outcome of a C.I.A investigation into subversionary English coffee bars has declared that old women having tea and cup cakes in "Tea Rooms"...

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Funny story: Elvis Was On Comeback Trail When He Died

Elvis Was On Comeback Trail When He Died

According to recent material discovered at Graceland Elvis Presley was getting ready for a big comeback tour when he died at his home at Graceland near Memphis, Tennessee. Several of his friends and musicians have claimed this all along but the le...

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Funny story: Is Hadron Collider covered by a collision waver payment?

Is Hadron Collider covered by a collision waver payment?

Calls to shut down the L.H.C. because the newly verified Higgs-Boson particle doesn't "do anything" have been gaining momentum. Additionally insurance companies have admitted that their collision waver supplement clause is so flawed in this instance...

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Funny story: Europe, Mexico, Middle Eastern Countries Joke About Those Americans!

Europe, Mexico, Middle Eastern Countries Joke About Those Americans!

In the past many American comics have earned a good living talking about the weird acts and ways of people from other countries around the world. Do Scots wear anything under their kilts. 50 Mexicans in the back of a truck. 900 Indians on a train!...

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Funny story: Rupert Giles

Rupert Giles

Rupert Giles studied at Oxford University, but dropped out before earning a history degree to become a voyeur, or "watcher," as his father and grandmother Edna had been before him. Rather than taking his wayward son to task for wasting what could have been a superb education at one of the world's leading universities, Giles' father approved of his decision, affirming it as a fulfillment of his "de...

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Funny story: The Beatles to reform for the next Eurovision

The Beatles to reform for the next Eurovision

The UK's Eurovision Committee, chaired by Sebastian Coe, have employed the services of Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and a black magician by the name of Alistair Darling for next year's Eurovision contest entry for the UK. "Darling will employ t...

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Funny story: Britain to become a third world country

Britain to become a third world country

Brussels MEPs will soon be voting on whether or not to downgrade Britain's status from a fully paid up member of the European Union and instead have them sidelined as 'one of those countries we don't really like, such as Poland and Greece'. This w...

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Funny story: Liechtenstein In Running For UN Security Council Seat

Liechtenstein In Running For UN Security Council Seat

Liechtenstein, the tiny and, until now, insignficant Principality, which is sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland, is a hot favourite in the race to be elected to a temporary a seat on the UN Security Council, ahead of Finland and Australia.

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Funny story: Sex Offenders come back on the offensive

Sex Offenders come back on the offensive

Sir Geoffrey Punt, prominent MP for the East Anglia area has come forward and delivered the most stinging attack on the UKs immigration policy. "Thousands of foreign criminals and sex offenders are roaming our streets like packs of wild dogs. Pre...

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Funny story: EU threatens Syria with accession to Eurozone

EU threatens Syria with accession to Eurozone

When the Assad regime does not retreat its troops before the 1th December, Syria will automatically be a member of the European Union. The EU hopes that this threat will force troops to retreat and violence to halt. Moody's has already responded b...

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Funny story: Quentin Kelp MP - The Eurozone & Sainsbury's

Quentin Kelp MP - The Eurozone & Sainsbury's

Dear Constituents What a hectic week and it's only Wednesday. My theme today is Europe and so my Newsletter is full of complicated statistics that might only be full appreciated by my constituents with a decent education. So, for the majority of you (and that includes that upstart who thinks he's in with a chance to take over from me at the next election) I'll try to simplify things.

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Funny story: Eurozone Leaders Agree to Stake Bailout on Soccer Final

Eurozone Leaders Agree to Stake Bailout on Soccer Final

In an effort to promote this weekend's European Championships between Spain and Italy, UEFA has struck a deal with the European Central Bank whereby immediately following the conclusion of this Sunday's match, the sovereign debt of the winning countr...

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Funny story: Mitt Romney's plan to fix European debt crisis is 'on the table'

Mitt Romney's plan to fix European debt crisis is 'on the table'

Mitt Romney, speaking in front of the National Society for Effective Consumerism last Sunday, outlined his plan for a U.S. response to the European debt crisis. "I mean really, dealing with this debt issue in Europe would be a piece of cake," sa...

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Funny story: Merkel in name search for German Empire

Merkel in name search for German Empire

BERLIN - Anonymous sources close to Merkel report that she is brow-beating her staff for the correct word to describe what she wants to call the "Even More Unified European Union". The penalty for being politically incorrect in word choice is un...

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Funny story: Greece Goes into Voluntary Liquidation

Greece Goes into Voluntary Liquidation

Angry tourists gathered in Athens today as it emerged that Greece has ceased trading. The news emerged as German bailiffs closed in to recover unpaid bailout funds. In the words of one, Mr Hans Offenkraut: "When we broke into the country this...

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Funny story: Greece Sues to Settle Debt - So long Art

Greece Sues to Settle Debt - So long Art

ATHENS - Today, the Greek government has decided to take "extreme" measures to address its financial problems. A three-pronged legal attacks is expected to be filed Monday in every major world capital, "Demanding back payments for centuries worth of...

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Funny story: Greece to leave Eurozone

Greece to leave Eurozone

It is looking increasingly likely that Greece, sooner or later, will leave the eurozone. One of their leaders, Democratios Roussos, warned of the dangers if they didn't, citing low points in the popular Eurovision song Contest. Drastic measures h...

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