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Shearer under investigation for prolonged use of ‘inverse quenelle’ celebration

Legendary ex-England footballer, turned-pundit, Alan Shearer, could face retrospective action if found guilty of a career’s use of the so-called ‘inverse-quenelle’ salute as his celebration for scoring.

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Posted: Jan 25th, 2014
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Father discovers hallway closed for two months for Summer Playtime

‘The water fight day filled up pretty quickly, but there are still some spaces left for the finger painting session.’

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Posted: Jul 27th, 2012
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Teacher suspended after inspiring students to greatness

A teacher in South London has been suspended after pupils left a class with more knowledge than they went in with. The headteacher has condemned the poor judgement of the experienced member of the teaching staff in allowing pupils to remain engaged and ‘learn so-called lessons’.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2012
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Train suicide man delayed on journey to Heaven by live man on the rail

Shortly after his death Mr Rackly was heard to remark to his fellow travellers in the afterlife that the delay was ‘bloody typical’, that the live man on the rail showed ‘no consideration’ and that he would be ‘haunting his arse’.

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Posted: Apr 30th, 2012
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Seventeen year olds addicted to new DVLA hazard perception test computer game

Following recent updates to the DVLA hazard perception theory test, young learners have found the practise CD-ROM so engrossing that many have become addicted to the format, leading game developers, EA Sports, to release enhanced role-play versions for the xBox and PS3 gaming platforms.

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Posted: Apr 29th, 2012
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