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‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ viewing saves man’s life, ruins many others

even guardian angel got bored of his golf anecdotes‘Hadn’t bothered buying anyone presents on the assumption he’d be long gone’

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Posted: Dec 29th, 2009
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Man hospitalised after leaving 2009 resolutions to the last minute

will start earlier next year, maybe November‘However, he finally succumbed to serious injuries involving his car on New Year’s Eve at some point after his first 10-mile marathon training run in the morning, and before his scheduled attempt to complete the 26.2 mile course in the afternoon.’

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Posted: Dec 27th, 2009
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Man confident he displayed poise and grace after going arse over tit in the snow

After an unexpected slip on a snowy path, businessman James Sterling said he was sure the Xmas crowds that saw his arm-flailing collapse and recovery had admired the way he managed the situation.

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Posted: Dec 24th, 2009
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Record label stunned by chart failure of self-deprecating rapper

in da house, with the heating turned up to, ooh, about nineteen degreesHip Hop record label Death Row were shocked at the news that the debut album from modest, grammar school educated London rapper Com P Tenz had failed to ignite the charts. The high-profile new release ‘38MPG’ — named for the fuel efficiency of his Ford Focus Estate, the virtues of which are extolled on the track ‘From tha A to tha B’ — had been expected to provide a refreshing alternative to the relentless extremes of urban grime and hip-hop bling in modern rap, and ‘give a voice to unheard black middle class youth who otherwise would have turned to Leona Lewis’.

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Posted: Dec 17th, 2009
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Man’s entirely embarrassing life flashes before his eyes as social kiss goes wrong

has already asked water cooler out for a date insteadWhile leaning in spontaneously for an inappropriate and soon-to-be unreciprocated end-of-night kiss on the cheek of Angie Denham, wife of his firm’s Managing Director, the life of 26-year-old Bill Downing re-played itself in his mind’s eye as a series of excruciating gaffes leading to this disastrous current situation.

What Downing had registered as a definite forward-lean and head-tilt in his direction as the Denhams left the firm’s Christmas do, was actually Mrs Denham saying goodbye to the manager standing next to him, while looking down to get some fluff off the front of her top. ‘The split-second I moved in for the light hug and peck I realised I’d gone wrong’, explained the nervous trainee accountant, ‘but by then I’d already clearly over-committed’.

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Posted: Dec 5th, 2009
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