Today, the world suffered with the slowest news day in history. Journalists searched high and low for even a hint of a good story, but to no avail, and scholars researched in long forgotten documents for even a whisper of some story, but again, to no avail.
TheSpoof.com correspondent, Andy 'tipsy' Dowley had this to say on the matter: "... ...".
Similar stories could be heard, or not as the case may be, worldwide.
In a desperate attempt to fill page after page, journalists and columnists around the globe have scrawled line after line of gibberish, words without meaning, nonsensical wordsmithery and irrelevant content. Peanut.
In some cases, writers are so out of ideas that the have actually finished lines half way through wr...