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NHS proudly unveils new type 3 diabetes

eager upgraders now queueing round the blockThe National Health Service today unveiled the long-expected new type 3 diabetes to a packed press conference in Hammersmith, claiming it is the ‘best ever’ version of the disease. Simply referred to as ‘The New Diabetes’, this updated condition has already taken the US by storm, with obese people literally jumping with joy (albeit not very high) at the new features of this ailment.

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Posted: Apr 5th, 2012
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Shock report predicts 50% of all Lego figures will be obese by 2030

A five year study by Swaffham University, long recognised as the leading research institution in the country specialising in the study of children’s plastic figures, predicts that half of all Lego figures will suffer from ‘Legobesity’ by the year 2030.

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Posted: Sep 25th, 2011
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Concern over salt levels in salt

The discovery that most brands of common table salt may contain as much as 100g of salt per 100g has caused outrage.

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Posted: Sep 2nd, 2011
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Dumpiness epidemic caused by widescreen TVs, say experts

remoteThe increasing numbers of squat and dumpy children in British families is not due to poor diets and a lack of exercise as first thought but is, experts believe, a symptom of the proliferation of widescreen televisions in the nation’s homes.

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Posted: Aug 8th, 2011
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Obese hurdler finds faith in God no substitute for training and talent

‘What with praying eight hours a day, I didn’t really have the time to train. And there was the eating. Athletes need to take on board a lot of calories.’

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Posted: Jun 30th, 2011
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