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Funny story: British Euthanasia Outcry

British Euthanasia Outcry

The Observer on Sunday claims that an outcry has arisen over British euthanasia statistics. Jamie Doward, writing in the sunday edition, says that British doctors help nearly 20 000 people die a year. When he says 'nearly', this refers to a n...

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Funny story: Blunkett's dog argues case for neutering

Blunkett's dog argues case for neutering

While Home Secretary David Blunkett remains barricaded behind his wall of silence as his tangled love life is trawled through the British media, his faithful guide dog has snarled: "I should have had him neutered."...

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Funny story: Michael Moore Returns As Father Ted

Michael Moore Returns As Father Ted

British hit series Father Ted will be returning to local screens sometime around September. The only change to the lineup sees American polemicist Michael Moore as the wonderful Father Ted..

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Funny story: Urban Legends

Urban Legends

The South African legal profession is like any other you'll find throughout the world. Rumours abound, jealousy stalks and that's just among the judges. Our system like the British one, upon which it is based, is divided into attorneys and advocates. In the old days only advocates or barristers could appear in the high courts, while both could appear in the magistrates courts. That...

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Funny story: Hard Time for Kerry at First Transvestite Concert

Hard Time for Kerry at First Transvestite Concert

Senator Kerry held his first joint Transvestite Concert with British comedian Eddie Izzard in San Francisco. 12 additional Transvestite concerts were scheduled as Kerry attempts to appeal to another minority group in his bid for the Presidency. Sen...

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Funny story: Democracy Is Not The Cure

Democracy Is Not The Cure

One of the pillars upon which pre-emptive strikes into so-called hotspots was being based, is the desire to introduce democracy into states which had previously toiled under dictators. If we leave aside for this exercise, the fact that many British and Americans believe that their governments misrepresented the facts to them in order to obtain permission to launch the offensive, many more b...

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Funny story: Doctor Found Abusing Penguin

Doctor Found Abusing Penguin

A young British doctor has sensationally been found in a compromising position with a young penguin today. The doctor who is a practised master of Nerdicine, protested that the penguin, or heli as she or it likes to be called, had consented to the ac...

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Funny story: Bob the Builder to deliver Iraq report soon

Bob the Builder to deliver Iraq report soon

The official inquiry into the intelligence used to send British Troops to a second war in the gulf is due at some point in the near future.

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Funny story: British Government to Ban Snacking

British Government to Ban Snacking

The British Government today announced measures to ban snacking, a spokesman said, "too many of you lazy people are getting fat and between meals snacking is a prime culprit". Evidence from the Statistical Office suggests that the avera...

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Funny story: Excerpts from the memoirs of John Devonshire, Esq.

Excerpts from the memoirs of John Devonshire, Esq.

Chapter III – Never Trust a Big Butt and a Smile June 23, 1892 (Friday)...

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Funny story: Says who?

Says who?

Former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson was once quoted as saying, "I'm an optimist, but I'm an optimist who carries a raincoat." However, Wilson has been photographed hundreds of times without a raincoat under his arm, defying his words and making historians wonder if he ever wore under pants. French writer Robert Mallet said, "Many pessimists end up by desiring...

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Funny story: MPs pledge hedges for badgers

MPs pledge hedges for badgers

LONDON(AP) -- MPs in the British House of Commons have passed a controversial measure aimed at 'halting the tide of economic badgers'. The controversial 'Badger Migration/Security Hedge Bill' was voted in by a large majority of Labor...

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Funny story: No pasta please, we're British

No pasta please, we're British

The ‘Back Britain' campaign has bounced back.

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Funny story: Blunkett's little secret.

Blunkett's little secret.

British Home Secretary, David Blunkett, today revealed that he is in fact not blind.

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Funny story: British dig likely uncovers Egyptian queen 'Nef'

British dig likely uncovers Egyptian queen 'Nef'

NIASPOTA, Italy -- A British Egyptologist said the that her team may have identified the mummy of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, the wife and co-ruler with pharaoh Akhenaten, stepmother to legendary boy King Tutankhamun and the first queen to ever wear ey...

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Funny story: Sad Fate Of Unsung Heroic Pigeons

Sad Fate Of Unsung Heroic Pigeons

Formally secret documents today released to the National Archives show that British Intelligence considered using carrier pigeons to deliver fifty pound bombs to enemy targets.

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Funny story: Gabon Famine - British Style

Gabon Famine - British Style

The President of the African country of Gabon, El Hadj Omar Bongo has appealed to the UN, the World Health Organization, the World Bank, t...

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