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Funny story: Elephants in the Age of Bots

Elephants in the Age of Bots

Logging onto an old email, I receive this: “To fight spam and abuse, please verify that you are not a robot”. I am then shown a picture of a fire hydrant and am asked to identify all the traffic lights. Wha? The Hal-9000 is on its way! Do compu…

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Funny story: Man on micro news website still being critical

Man on micro news website still being critical

Andy, you know Andy? That bloke with no surname? Thinks he is Cher or Madonna, or Pele, one of those famous people with no need for a surplus surname. Anyway, he has been critical on a micro news website, again. Obviously, we may well be stereotyp…

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Funny story: Internet Biscuit Scam Shock

Internet Biscuit Scam Shock

Outraged Welsh biscuit lover Dai Jestif claims big business is stealing millions through internet biscuit scams. “It was only when the computer started malfunctioning that it occurred to me. You see, every time you go to a site it asks you to acc…

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Funny story: First man to willingly suffer fools gladly dies whilst suffering fools gladly

First man to willingly suffer fools gladly dies whilst suffering fools gladly

The first man ever to die whilst suffering fools gladly has died, aged 41. Gerald Footspa, 41, of Ipswich, Suffolk, had dedicated his entire life to the unique pursuit of suffering fools gladly, by suffering as many fools as possible, without any…

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Funny story: Anger as Mr Potato Head changes name

Anger as Mr Potato Head changes name

There was an outcry among certain sectors of social media this week at the announcement that Mr Potato Head would be changing his name to Potato Head. Right wing commentator Ben Whiner said, "I can't believe it. Mr Potato Head was like a father fi…

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Funny story: Teacher Taught Lesson Wearing Only His Underpants

Teacher Taught Lesson Wearing Only His Underpants

A teacher who was unavoidably late for his lesson was ultimately forced to 'cut some corners' this morning whilst getting dressed, and ended up by having to teach his students whilst wearing only his underpants. The teacher cannot be named for 'le…

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Funny story: 'Data Usage Warning' Received

'Data Usage Warning' Received

There was consternation earlier today, when, quite without warning, and totally unexpectedly, a man who was using his phone to browse the internet received a notification that amounted to a: 'Data Usage Warning' Recovering from the initial shoc…

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Funny story: Constantly Coming Up With New Material Has Affected Man's Brain

Constantly Coming Up With New Material Has Affected Man's Brain

In his book, 'Overconnected', author Bill Davidow claims that, far from taking generations, and hundreds of years, for the human brain to adapt to changes in the world we live in, it can do so in a very short space of time, and, possibly, within our…

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Funny story: Man Sets Out To Disinvent The Internet

Man Sets Out To Disinvent The Internet

A man who says he is incensed at the way modern-day society has become a "slave to technology", with seemingly everything controlled by the internet, has announced that he is determined to halt this process, and make the 'world wide web' a thing of t…

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Funny story: WebMD Algorithms Prove Unflappable on Company's Covid-19 Self Diagnosis Site

WebMD Algorithms Prove Unflappable on Company's Covid-19 Self Diagnosis Site

(Elgin, Illinois) Since its founding in 1998, WebMD has been a valuable medical website to educate its visitors on a myriad of health-related topics. From learning about Morgellons Disease to understanding if your body is low on Hyaluronic Acid, WebM...

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Funny story: Internet riots plague town

Internet riots plague town

The village of Chaffinch St Cock has been quieter than usual this week, thanks to the pandemic lockdown. That is, until this morning, when it saw Britain's first internet riots. The small settlement lost internet service on Saturday afternoon due...

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Funny story: US to shutdown internet to stop spread of new Online Coronavirus

US to shutdown internet to stop spread of new Online Coronavirus

US officials have confirmed the internet will be shut down. Director of US internet relations, James Chadwick, has said, "All internet comes from China, and to help keep a virtual virus from spreading, a complete shutdown of the internet will occ...

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Funny story: How to Tell You're Watching Bad Porn

How to Tell You're Watching Bad Porn

Jesus once said, "The porn you will always have with you." He was right. In fact, porn is multiplying faster than the loaves and fishes. Last year more than 5.5 billion hours of porn were consumed on Pornhub, the world’s largest porn gallery (Pornhub...

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Funny story: Dancing Rats in Baltimore - Amazing!

Dancing Rats in Baltimore - Amazing!

BALTIMORE MD - It has been more than three years since "New York City Pizza Rat" became an Internet video sensation. Some clever residents of Baltimore have used video editing software and camera footage to create a new "Extravaganza of Rodent Choreo...

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Funny story: Worker Disturbed to Glimpse Male Colleague's Inappropriate Use of Office Computer

Worker Disturbed to Glimpse Male Colleague's Inappropriate Use of Office Computer

"It was bit of a surprise and not something that appeals to me. I'm not really sure it's appropriate behaviour at work." Those were the words of ageing hospital administrator Paxton Quigley as he spoke to The Spoof on condition of anonymity. "I...

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Funny story: Gloucestershire Village Has Slowest Broadband: Villagers Mystified by "Internet"

Gloucestershire Village Has Slowest Broadband: Villagers Mystified by "Internet"

The population of a village in Gloucestershire was concerned and mystified this week when a street in Bamfurlong was named as the slowest for broadband internet, according to an annual survey by uSwitch. The study said that homes on Greenmeadows Park...

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Funny story: Bing uses "underhanded" ruse to gain user traffic

Bing uses "underhanded" ruse to gain user traffic

Desperate for any responses from the public that could indicate interactive participation, Bing has initiated an underhanded “fake news” feature, calling it, in wee letters the size of which makes them nearly impossible to read, “This Day,” followed...

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