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Paul McCartney booked to play The Apocalypse

Fans of music and doomsday prophecies were celebrating last night after God confirmed that he had booked the former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney to be the closing act at the end of mankind.

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Posted: Jun 7th, 2012
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Empire switches mobile contract to O2 amid Jedi bias allegations

Darth Vader the Dark Lord of the Sith today confirmed that the Imperial Empire have decided to switch their mobile operator from Vodafone to O2 after the company showed allegiance to the Jedi with a series of marketing campaigns and a special Jedi Tariff that includes 500 Cross Galaxy minutes.

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Posted: May 12th, 2012
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John Galliano launches new range of insults

‘John could have simply expanded into other ethnic groups beyond his stylistic restaurant anti-semitism, but only a world-class xenophobe could reinvent himself in this way.

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Posted: Jun 23rd, 2011
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BBC receives 7,000 complaints that VAT rise has not affected Walford

Switchboards at the BBC were jammed last night as angry viewers of Eastenders called in their thousands to complain that the VAT rise to 20% had not affected items seen in the show.

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Posted: Jan 10th, 2011
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Bootleg cameraman tipped for Oscar success

added edginess, and popcorn noises which really enhanced the viewing experienceUnemployed John Prestwick of Barnet was said to be in complete shock last night after bookies made him favourite to take the cinematography Oscar at this years awards ceremony. John was nominated for an Oscar for his pirate version of Hurt Locker that he filmed at the Odeon in Watford with his brother in laws’ camcorder which critics have since praised for adding a gritty, realistic layer to the original film.

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Posted: Feb 28th, 2010
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