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Health concerns over man who paid full price at Alton Towers

met his Nemesis in the ticket boothA man, whose name has been withheld to spare him public humiliation has been detained for psychiatric reports after arriving unannounced with his wife and two children at Alton Towers and attempting to pay full price for a family ticket.

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Posted: Jun 3rd, 2014
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Christmas family row starts early in North Korea

Anyone for Turkey? No? Ok, how about Iran?North Korea has announced that it has once again proven the superiority of its socialist system by having its Christmas dinner family argument earlier than any other country in the world. ‘Great Successor’ Kim Jon-un has ‘decisively pre-empted’ any potential disruption or family dissent over the forthcoming festive period by having his uncle Chang Song-thaek executed.

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Posted: Dec 13th, 2013
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Ipswich man fears that whole news cycle is a satire

you couldn't make it upAfter spending many years reading satirical news articles online in between looking up real news stories online, Joseph Capgrass, 38, of Ipswich has confessed that he has lost the ability to tell the difference between real and parody news coverage. It has left his world in tatters.

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Posted: Sep 28th, 2013
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Wife objects to spending Christmas with dead mother-in-law

will try to get along, as it's Christmas after allCathy Gates, a 38-year old part-time housewife from Barnstaple called in Devon and Cornwall Constabulary after her husband Norman brought his dead mother home for Christmas, for the second consecutive year.

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Posted: Dec 25th, 2012
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Christmas Day 2011 ‘busiest day in history’ for internet

Retailers up and down the internet have reported a busy Christmas Day as people looked for another way to avoid prolonged contact with loved ones. It is thought that in the modern world of ever decreasing attention spans, most people can tolerate 1 hour 30 minutes of interaction with humans before needing to check Facebook and Twitter, and spend money they haven’t got online.

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Posted: Dec 26th, 2011
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