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‘Thicker hair more important than medals’ insists Joe Hart

Joe Hart has revealed he believes it is more important to have thicker, more manageable hair than it is to have World Cup winners medals.

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Posted: Jul 10th, 2014
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Glastonbury dog turns down Parton offer

A dog which was found abandoned at Glastonbury has turned down the chance to be adopted by Dolly Parton in the US saying it has no interest in working regular hours and would much rather just chase the odd tennis ball now and again or better still, sleep in front of the fire all day like it does here in the UK.

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Posted: Jul 9th, 2014
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Ladbrokes confirms God had £100 on Neymar injury

With many players praying for positive outcomes in the World Cup it came as no surprise to Ladbrokes manager Geoff Beesley when God walked into his shop and bet £5 on Columbia making it through to the semi-finals.

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Posted: Jul 8th, 2014
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Duchess of Cambridge to carry out next Texas execution

no job too big or smallAfter opening the refurbished Bletchley Park, attending the Garter Parade in Windsor and spending the day at Royal Ascot, the Duchess of Cambridge’s next engagement will be to carry out the next execution of a condemned criminal in the United States, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

It is yet to be confirmed whether the Duchess will be joined by Prince George for the occasion but palace insiders say it would be an ideal opportunity for the heir apparent to see how justice could be carried out in the UK under a future permanent Tory government, and perhaps to have a little toddle about.

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Posted: Jun 18th, 2014
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Pompeii crisis ‘nothing to do with me’, says Mount Vesuvius

Shock and aaw! Come on, seriously?Active volcano Mount Vesuvius has insisted that it was not behind the crisis that engulfed Pompeii in AD79, and should not be held accountable for the devastation that took place.

The large cone-shaped projection claims the burying of the Roman city was a result of cataclysmic activity in the earth’s crust and the events that took place would somehow have happened anyway.

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Posted: Jun 16th, 2014
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