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Funny story: The Mirror offers free melanin to every reader

The Mirror offers free melanin to every reader

Continuing its efforts to expand social responsibility, the Mirror is giving away a year's supply of the drug melanin to every reader. Familiar to those who drink Chinese milk or eat Irish pork, melanin is important for the skin in protecting peop...

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Funny story: Congress to Bail Out Newspapers

Congress to Bail Out Newspapers

As the economic crisis intensifies, newspapers may well be the canary in the coal mine. Now Congress looks ready to provide some fresh air to the industry. Regular newspapers were already struggling with declining revenues due to competition from...

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Funny story: Newspaper Lies!

Newspaper Lies!

The leader of a small village here in Peru, who asked that his name not be reported, told a reporter from ABC News this morning that he is sick and tired of periodicals like The National Enquirer, The Sun and others telling lies about his village.

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Funny story: English Teachers, Grammarians and Language Theorists Unite in Opposition of Endless Run-on Headline Titles That Circle Back On Themselves and Reiterate Their Topic Like English Teachers, Grammarians and Language Theorists Who Unite In Opposition of...

English Teachers, Grammarians and Language Theorists Unite in Opposition of Endless Run-on Headline Titles That Circle Back On Themselves and Reiterate Their Topic Like English Teachers, Grammarians and Language Theorists Who Unite In Opposition of...

The League Of Onomasticon Propagation (LOOP) consisting of leading Linguistic Theoreticians and Academics issued a press release last Friday that was not published by any news service, due to an unfortunate and endless repetition of the Headline.

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Funny story: Scientists Prove Tabloid Journalists Are Officially 98 % ''Scum Matter"

Scientists Prove Tabloid Journalists Are Officially 98 % ''Scum Matter"

Scientists from West Viginia, Mountain Mamma University, have conclusively proved that 'tabloid journalists' are almost entirely composed of 'scum matter' it was revealed yesterday in the October Journal of British Physiology and Necrology. "Count...

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Funny story: My local newspapper has some weird ad's in it!

My local newspapper has some weird ad's in it!

Here's some of the classifieds which caught my eye: Signed Beatles 'love me do' record - original pressing, perfect condition, signed by all the Beatles - not for sale. U2 car for sale - Car formally owned by the 'U2' front man Bonno .make and model unknown. £32,000 or closest offer. Radioactive fission for sale - suitable for weaponry, must be stored within at least six inches of lead,...

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Funny story: Guardian America Defaces Mount Rushmore!

Guardian America Defaces Mount Rushmore!

British newspaper The Guardian has been trying to break into the US market for years. The development of Guardian America, a London Guardian press perspective on the colonies seemed like the break through break the journal has been seeking. Tha...

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Funny story: Gary Litter sues newspapers

Gary Litter sues newspapers

A man from Hertfordshire is suing the newspapers for making his life a misery both at work and in his local neighbourhood. Gary Litter, who lives in Hertfordshire, is being hounded and suppressed by some quite illiterate readers of the Sun and Da...

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Funny story: New tabloid newspaper quiz set to be a record-breaker

New tabloid newspaper quiz set to be a record-breaker

Two 'red-top' British tabloids - the Sun and Daily Star - are set to co-operatively launch what is said to be the UK's biggest ever daily newspaper quiz, which threatens to tumble the National Lottery from its crown position. With daily prizes be...

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Funny story: Frank Lampard Talks To Newspaper

Frank Lampard Talks To Newspaper

Frank Lampard, the Chelsea captain, is in the news again, not, this time, about his proposed transfer to Italian giants Inter Milan, but for speaking to a newspaper about his future plans.

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Funny story: Why I am not an advice columnist

Why I am not an advice columnist

Occasionally I like to pick up the newspaper and read one of those advice columns that usually start with "Dear Amy" then the person describes his/her problem. Whenever I read the advice I always think "that's not the advice I would have given". I have abbreviated some of the questions and here are the answers I would have given:...

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Funny story: Daily Sport discovered to be a spoof

Daily Sport discovered to be a spoof

After almost 23 years, having recently sold his interests, the editor-in-chief of the Daily Sport, David Greasy, confesses that his newspaper was a complete spoof.

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Funny story: News Blackout Due To Excessive Bad News

News Blackout Due To Excessive Bad News

News stations around the world observed a self-imposed news ban today after several breaking news stories signalled the worst day of news in the history of news reporting.

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Funny story: Tabloids to print news alphabetically

Tabloids to print news alphabetically

In an effort to assist the hard of thinking and those who turn immediately to the football pages of their tabloids before reading anything else, the Newspaper Association has announced that from next month, all news in tabloid newspapers (except the...

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Funny story: A newspaper editor speaks

A newspaper editor speaks

Speaking from my ivory tower on Canary Wharf, I learned today that not only is poor little Maddy Mccann missing, but speaking to our royal correspondent and former plumber, Kendo Nagagranny, I have found out, and can exclusively reveal, that Diana, Princess of Wales, is still dead!...

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Funny story: "Send in the Clones"

"Send in the Clones"

A short newspaper headline history of future events.

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Funny story: No More News for Newspapers

No More News for Newspapers

(LONDON) Broadsheet newspapers have struggled for years to keep up with the popularity of the tabloid press. They opted to maintain the high ground by publishing factual news in the vain hope of attracting the 'intelligent reader' niche marke...

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