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Funny story: Man Impresses During First Remote Zoom Meeting on Bring Your Pet to Work Day

Man Impresses During First Remote Zoom Meeting on Bring Your Pet to Work Day

(Raleigh, North Carolina) Piper Industries, an up-and-coming tech firm located in Raleigh, North Carolina, conducted its much-hyped first work-from-home Zoom meeting on the company’s traditional “Bring Your Pet to Work” day. Richard "Big Head" Bighet...

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Funny story: Epileptics to Get Cannabis on NHS

Epileptics to Get Cannabis on NHS

In a groundbreaking ruling a government body has agreed that in rare cases epileptics can receive treatment for epilepsy with cannabis oil. We found epileptics rejoicing on the streets of London at the new ruling following The Home Office u-turn.

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Funny story: Theresa May: "We must Engage with the Moderate Homosexual Community"

Theresa May: "We must Engage with the Moderate Homosexual Community"

Apparently, because Theresa May is from the Conservative Party, she has the dispiriting responsibility of reluctantly assimilating individuals in a rather more blunt and crude way than Labour or Lib Dems. So she has sworn to "engage with the moderate homosexual community," in order to ensure that gay people do not cause any more "chaos, subversion and aesthetic terrorism." As a Conservative,...

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Funny story: Home Teaching May Be Answer For School Problems

Home Teaching May Be Answer For School Problems

With so many problems from gas shortage to water shortage, home teaching is beginning to look like the answer for many educators. "Think about the gas and money we would save", says one political proponent. "Lots of smart moms & dads out there...

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Funny story: 101 Non-Emergency Number To Be Scrapped

101 Non-Emergency Number To Be Scrapped

Following literally some consultation the UK Home Office has decided to scrap the Single Non-Emergency Number (SNEN). Introduced in 2006 by the last Labour government, the public, who are notoriously idiotic found it virtually impossible to decide...

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Funny story: Senior Moments - Government Plans Action

Senior Moments - Government Plans Action

Home Office sources have revealed that the Government is to take urgent action over the definition of "senior moments." Everyone over a certain age knows the anxiety that goes with moments like walking into a room, only to forget why. But top...

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Funny story: Border Control Balls Up

Border Control Balls Up

Pressure is mounting on the Home Office to tighten up border controls after revelations that orders were given to reduce passport checks at major airports. Earlier, the Home Secretary answered questions in the House of Commons about the controver...

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Funny story: Reshuffled Week Puts End To Tuesday Blues

Reshuffled Week Puts End To Tuesday Blues

The Home Office has announced plans to reshuffle the week in a bid to do away with the 'Tuesday Blues.' Sources close to Prime Minister David Cameron say the plans are a pet project, part of his design to creat the 'Big Society' with a happier pop...

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Funny story: Equalities Watchdog Role To be Curbed

Equalities Watchdog Role To be Curbed

The equalities watchdog is lose its remit to promote "good relations" between ethnic and social groups. Home Secretary Theresa May has published a report which proposes to scale back role of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. It will also l...

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Funny story: Plods Plug Home Office Leak

Plods Plug Home Office Leak

The inquiry into alleged leaks of Home Office documents which led to Tory MP for East Smegmadale, Darlston Greengauge, being arrested is "continuing", a Scotland Yard snitch told the BBC in exchange for tickets to this year's Strictly Come Dancing fi...

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Funny story: Grisly Risley gets seal of approval

Grisly Risley gets seal of approval

When news broke of the problems at Risley jail, near Warrington in Cheshire (UK), the home office saw an opportunity. The category 'C' training prison (they train people to be prisoners) was investigated in 2007, and the report released this week...

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Funny story: The 118 118 Duo arrested in missing peronal data scandal

The 118 118 Duo arrested in missing peronal data scandal

The Home Office last night released a shocking statement that the 118 118 duo have been arrested on suspicion of stealing highly confidential personal data from the Government. It is believed that the recent spate of misplaced and stolen laptops a...

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Funny story: Secret Government plans to build dome round East Anglia to keep floods, foot & mouth and swampies in

Secret Government plans to build dome round East Anglia to keep floods, foot & mouth and swampies in

A leaked email from the Home Office to a firm of contractors has revealed that the government is planning to build a giant dome to encapsulate the whole of East Anglia on the ground that it is the most disaster-prone part of the country.

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Funny story: Home Office Not Sure How Many Immigrant Workers In U.K- Ballpark Figure Only

Home Office Not Sure How Many Immigrant Workers In U.K- Ballpark Figure Only

The Government was forced to apologise today for getting its figures on immigration wrong.

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Funny story: Secret Home Office Report: Masturbation rife in Britain's Prisons.

Secret Home Office Report: Masturbation rife in Britain's Prisons.

A disturbing new report by the home office has been leaked to the press in which it is revealed that British prisoners are masturbating up to five times a day. This is the latest revelation to rock the home office, described be weasel John Reid last...

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