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Funny story: Scientists can implant false memories into mice, only a matter of time before men have fake memories of wild sex they never had

Scientists can implant false memories into mice, only a matter of time before men have fake memories of wild sex they never had

HARFOLD, Vt. - Harfold State College released a study this week that substantiates the belief that we can implant false memories into mice. This could have far-reaching implications in terms of men and how fondly they think back to their younger days...

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Funny story: Being "blonde" may be catching

Being "blonde" may be catching

GAY PARIS, France - According to a recent scientific study, being "blonde" may be catching. The dumb blonde stereotype, it turns out, may be true, not only of blondes themselves, but also of others who come within 500 feet of them. To paraphrase Shak...

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Funny story: Radical remedies needed to combat otters' shrinking penises

Radical remedies needed to combat otters' shrinking penises

Europe - Conservationists are worried that high levels of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals - EDCs - in European waters are shrinking the native beasts' fabled genitals a wildlife symposium heard today. The problem's got so bad that the females of t...

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Funny story: After $4-Million Study, Scientists Disappointed to Learn Truth About "Undiscovered Organism"

After $4-Million Study, Scientists Disappointed to Learn Truth About "Undiscovered Organism"

A team of scientists announced today that after a months-long, $4-million study, they learned that what they thought was a new, undiscovered life form growing on a residential fence was actually a dog's nose protruding through a knothole. "It tu...

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Funny story: Studies Show Too Much Texting Can Lead To Inverted Nipples

Studies Show Too Much Texting Can Lead To Inverted Nipples

CHICAGO - Recent studies on the mechanics of texting have shown that overdoing it can lead to some serious complications. Professor Verdana Mindy Tenditucker, head of the Anatomical Department at Cottonball State University in Tuscaloosa, Alabama,...

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Funny story: The Atlantic Ocean Will Run Out of Tuna Fish By March 1, 2014

The Atlantic Ocean Will Run Out of Tuna Fish By March 1, 2014

PROVINCETOWN, Massachusetts - The New England Department of Fishing has just issued a statement dealing with the East Coast fishing industry. NED of F Assistant Director of Operations Blumenthal H. Persimmon, 49, has said that according to predict...

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Funny story: The average Italian has no clue

The average Italian has no clue

29 percent of all Italians above the age of 16 have no clue, the highest score within the EU, a German research has concluded. The European average of people who have no clue is 14 percent. The Italian man and women are respectively 22% and 36% cl...

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Funny story: Fun Measurers Say Time-Honored "Barrel of Monkeys" Scale is Obsolete

Fun Measurers Say Time-Honored "Barrel of Monkeys" Scale is Obsolete

"More fun that a barrel of monkeys," is a well-worn phrase that is obsolete and should no longer be used, said members of the National Society of Fun Measurers at their annual meeting today in Carbondale, Illinois. Veteran Fun Measurer Durward M...

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Funny story: Scientist Find that Primates Don't Have Morality

Scientist Find that Primates Don't Have Morality

Animals that are sensitive to the plight of others have no sense of morality because their reactions are based on an evolutionary process. What people see as human morality is actually the process of evolution. Human morality comes from the brain...

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Funny story: New Study Reveals That New Studies Really Not That Informative

New Study Reveals That New Studies Really Not That Informative

A recent study conducted at the University of Georgia concluded that new studies are really not that informative and that those who study studies, though studious, studied too much. Speaking from his study, Professor Jason Barlow, who boasts an im...

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Funny story: Retching is catching

Retching is catching

Watching someone retch can induce feelings of sickness in the watchers. Retching is more contagious than yawning and laughter - except when these latter two reactions are undertaken simultaneously whilst eating a biscuit. In which case, retching...

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Funny story: Eva Longoria's tearful admission: My work with cold fusion was derivative

Eva Longoria's tearful admission: My work with cold fusion was derivative

Actress Eva Longoria admitted yesterday that her work on cold fusion, highly praised by the scientific community, was "basically a rehash of a Belgian physicist's work done ten years ago" and isn't worth half the attention it's getting. Speakin...

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Funny story: The Amazing Athlete's Foot Pill

The Amazing Athlete's Foot Pill

BANGOR, Wales - After an extensive two-year research study a group of Welsh scientists in Bangor, Wales have developed an astounding pill. Dr. Bryce F. Cardiffpool, 57, and his associate Dr. Cadwallader P. Pontypridd, 43, have invented a pill they...

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Funny story: Early Humans Were Chinese, Scientists Find

Early Humans Were Chinese, Scientists Find

BEIJING, China - Researchers found that human ancestors, although all originating from Africa, were Chinese. A three-month study by the Scientific Research Center of the State Council (SRC) defied the conventional assumption that having ancestral...

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Funny story: Bon Appéti

Bon Appéti

Once I was taught a good hypothesis was that which could be properly tested. In the past, critical thinking was the essence of a well-developed dissertation. While browsing, I, incidentally, ran into the following title: 'Dissertation Acceptance Certificate' by a very prestigious school. The Ph. D. candidate said his 'research was funded in part by summer grants'. The researcher claimed to hav...

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Funny story: Aborted baby: No big deal

Aborted baby: No big deal

Shanghai, China (SAPP) - Using a new technology developed in Huashan Hospital in Shanghai, China, researchers have shown conclusively that fetuses prefer abortion. After studying 3,666 fetuses, Dr. Tan Jun and fellow doctors in the abortion department of Huashan Hospital concluded that over 91% of them preferred abortion. During the grueling research, Dr. Tan and his team of experts designed a...

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Funny story: Believing in the Tooth Fairy leads to memory problems

Believing in the Tooth Fairy leads to memory problems

The tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth. Researchers have been trying to track down the Tooth Fairy in a national study of infants. Cognitive scientists At Toddlers University asked lots of 5-year-olds about their most recent tooth lo...

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