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Local councils introduce ‘Bin Day Roulette’

For people across the UK Wednesday means the Mid Week Lottery draw, but for those lucky enough to live in the right postcode it can also mean it’s time for their local council’s exciting new game of ‘Bin Day Roulette’.

While a traditional roulette wheel is divided into 37 or 38 black and red numbered pockets, Bin Day Roulette simplifies matters by using black and green bins and recycling boxes, the collection of which is spread over 52 weeks of the year.

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Posted: Jul 21st, 2012
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Divorcing couple play football on Christmas Day

will all kick off again on Boxing DayJoe and Paula Western decided to set aside their differences on Christmas day and play a game of football in no-mans land, the area between the house and the garden shed where Joe now sleeps.

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Posted: Dec 24th, 2011
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Large Hadron Collider finds car keys

also found the lyrics to 'things can only get better' although they were put straight in the binIt cost some £6.2 billion to build, but the Large Hadron Collider may have justified that enormous price tag after it finally located Professor Brian Cox’s lost car keys. The keys were lost by Cox in the 1990s while an undergraduate at the University of Manchester and his 1987 Nissan Micra has remained in an NCP car park ever since.

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Posted: Dec 12th, 2011
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Liam Fox apologises for soundtrack to Afghan war

UK Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox has been forced into an apology for the poor soundtrack to the current Afghan and Libyan conflicts. ‘People look back on the Vietnam war and remember the great soundtrack but forget all the bad stuff’ he explained. ‘One of the biggest problems faced by our forces today in Afghanistan and Libya is the low availability of good music.’

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Posted: May 28th, 2011
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‘The Lord of the Rings was nonsense,’ reveals seven-year-old child

‘Why did they have to go all the way to Mordor to throw The Ring into a volcano?’ asked seven-year-old James Penge. ‘They could have gone to another volcano, a closer one nowhere near Mordor. That would have been much easier.’

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Posted: May 12th, 2011
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