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Google purchases the alphabet

In what has being described as the biggest business take-over of ‘letters representing phonemes’, Google is set to acquire ownership of three thousand years of written civilization. Any language based on the Classical Latin model will come under Google’s copyright, forcing many to use alternate forms of communication – such as crude hieroglyphs, grunting noises and ‘thumping the floor with your foot’.

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Posted: Aug 12th, 2015
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Taxpayers to pay the emotional cost of supporting West Ham

‘We will be paying £2.5m a year in rent, but the true cost of supporting West Ham is incalculable.’

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2015
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Racing anecdote used to anaesthetise Jenson Button

‘These thieves stole £300,000 of racing memorabilia – when they could have just bought some sleeping pills.’

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Posted: Aug 8th, 2015
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Nation forgets its P.E. kit

London Olympic legacySports Minister Tracey Crouch received an unexpected letter from the UK’s ‘Mum’, asking if everyone could be excused from all forms of physical activity due to an ‘indiscriminate lower back pain’.

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Posted: Aug 5th, 2015
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Son of Zeus confesses to lion killing

Amid the controversy surrounding the killing of ‘Cecil’ the lion, the focus has now switched from a US poacher with a dental license, to ‘some naked dude’ without hunting license. Zimbabwean officials have accused a Mr. Herecles of using his gnarled club to kill both a lion and a hydra – all while having his ‘junk on display’.

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Posted: Aug 3rd, 2015
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