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Three-way IVF treatment ‘not as good as it sounds’ admit doctors

Men’s interest in the proposed three-way IVF treatment cooled considerably overnight when it was revealed that egg fertilisation would not necessarily include a sex romp with the wife’s sister or one of the girls from the typing pool.

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Posted: Mar 27th, 2013
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Research confirms young women don’t actually fancy middle aged men

Men of a certain age have been shocked and disappointed by research findings proving that young women are ‘actually not attracted at all’ to middle aged men.

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Posted: Sep 5th, 2011
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American man follows his dream; ends up in swimming pool of kittens

As a proud American, New Jersey student Jim Gartner was determined to follow his dream. And last night, his perseverance paid off as he spent a seeming infinity on top of a series of skyscrapers before falling, falling, falling, finally ending up in a swimming pool full of kittens.

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Posted: Jul 18th, 2011
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‘The Lord of the Rings was nonsense,’ reveals seven-year-old child

‘Why did they have to go all the way to Mordor to throw The Ring into a volcano?’ asked seven-year-old James Penge. ‘They could have gone to another volcano, a closer one nowhere near Mordor. That would have been much easier.’

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Posted: May 12th, 2011
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Literary historian discovers Lewis Carroll sequel, ‘Alice in Sunderland’

‘Alice in Sunderland is very much like the original novels,’ said Professor Terry Eagleton. ‘It might be grittier and racier, but it contains the same trademark cast of unbelievable characters performing inexplicably bizarre pastimes.’

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Posted: Apr 10th, 2011
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