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Funny story: Afghan Taliban and the 'Cuties’ film

Afghan Taliban and the 'Cuties’ film

The new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, has just endorsed County District Attorney Lucas Babin for indicating Netflix over a movie called Cuties. While wearing his MAGA hat, Babin says he's overjoyed that Mullah Akhtar Mansour…

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Funny story: Watching 'Good Girls' causes manic depression and sleepless nights!

Watching 'Good Girls' causes manic depression and sleepless nights!

(UNEDITED) Breaking Bad was 'bad' enough, and then came Peaky Blinders, plus other Netflix addictive series. However, 'Good Girls' takes the prize for 'major addiction' with 'GG Junkies' ending up at their local 'Shrinks' in an attempt to get them 'u…

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Funny story: Actor Leonard McMills, Famous For Playing A Boneless Wing Addict, Caught Eating Boneless Wings in Mall Parking Lot

Actor Leonard McMills, Famous For Playing A Boneless Wing Addict, Caught Eating Boneless Wings in Mall Parking Lot

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - Hollywood-based actor Leonard McMills who catapulted to fame after being cast as boneless wing addict and gym teacher Lance Miles on the Netflix show "Run For Your Lives" was found by police early Tuesday morning passed o…

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Funny story: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Sheltering-in-Place and Binge Watching Reruns of Leave It To Beaver

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Sheltering-in-Place and Binge Watching Reruns of Leave It To Beaver

LOS ANGELES – With most of the country now being ordered to shelter-in-place, many families are turning to watching more and more television. Reports are that sales of TV dinners have gone up by 600%, and most furniture stores report that they ha...

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Funny story: Worker Complains Too Much Traffic Due to Low Unemployment Rate, Thanks Obama

Worker Complains Too Much Traffic Due to Low Unemployment Rate, Thanks Obama

Luke, a 27-year-old electrical engineer, faces the same obstacles as many working-class Americans today, too much traffic. In an interview, he said, “I can’t handle it”, as tears formed in his eyes. It takes him an hour to get home, twice as long as...

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Funny story: Michelle Wolf blasts Roseanne Barr on her show, "The Break"

Michelle Wolf blasts Roseanne Barr on her show, "The Break"

Roseanne Barr was called "Lady Hitler" by Michelle Wolf on Wolf's new Netflix show, "The Break". Much of this criticism has to do with Barr's online behavior and the so-called “double standard” concerning the horrid comment she made electronically co...

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Funny story: TV News Audience Declines

TV News Audience Declines

NEW YAWK - Whatever letters of the alphabet they use to identify themselves, TV networks have suffered sharp declines in audience for their news programs, as more and more couch potatoes tune out. Network executives' responses have been predictabl...

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Funny story: Aloof Dog Owner Shakes on Insidious Business Deal with Roxie

Aloof Dog Owner Shakes on Insidious Business Deal with Roxie

Laura Preston of Old Oak, Missouri, had no idea what soul-crushing deal she would be solidifying when she prompted six-year-old retriever, Roxie, for a paw last Friday night. "I always ask Roxie to shake before I take out the dry food," said Prest...

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Funny story: Lights! Camera! Action! Amazon enters the movie business: now, THAT's entertainment!

Lights! Camera! Action! Amazon enters the movie business: now, THAT's entertainment!

Look out, Tinsel Town! Tired of being an entertainment middleman, Amazon.com has announced that it's going into the film-making business. "We're producing a movie a month," Amazon Studios Vice-President in Charge of Vice, Leroy Price, crowed. T...

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Funny story: Why Netflix Is the Messiah

Why Netflix Is the Messiah

For years now, people have feasted their eyes to the sky and have asked The Lord to come back to this earth in hopes for a better future. I'm sure god said to his people that he did not feel that the time is ready, so he sent a piece of fortune that would help them…"forget about it." "I have a Netflix account" is such an effortless sentence. Saying something more like "I hold before me the powe...

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Funny story: Man Quits Job To Spend More Time With Netflix Queue

Man Quits Job To Spend More Time With Netflix Queue

DES MOINES, IA-Area man Daniel Hammond has, according to sources, left his job as a soft drink vendor in order to stay at home and spend more time with his growing Netflix Queue. Hammond, 29, began his subscription two years ago, when his wife ca...

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Funny story: Netflix Cancels Its Subscriptions To Itself

Netflix Cancels Its Subscriptions To Itself

CALIFORNIA - In what people are calling the most shocking revelation known to mail order products and services, the United States Post Office has reported that Netflix has just canceled its subscription to itself. Post Office employee Jack Ripper...

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Funny story: Netflix CEO Begins a Math Club for 2nd Graders

Netflix CEO Begins a Math Club for 2nd Graders

CUPERTINO - In an attempt to restore public trust, shareholders have agreed to send Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to elementary school all over again. His project is to start a 2nd grade math club after school for about one hour with needy students. Shar...

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Funny story: Netflix CEO to write textbook: 'What NOT to do when running a business'

Netflix CEO to write textbook: 'What NOT to do when running a business'

LOS GATOS, Calif.--Only in America can someone who has seriously screwed up a company in the last three months put a spin on things and get even richer. Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, whose sanity many have questioned in recent months, has released a...

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