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Theatre Review: EasyJet Barcelona-Luton

March 7, 2011


In spite of its fantastic costumes and realistic set, Stelios’ most recent production of EasyJet Barcelona-Luton falls short of being anything but average. The proceedings started, much as they would continue, with the chief flight attendant ‘phoning in’ a passable rendition of the classic safety protocol routine. This was followed by a melange of farcical slapstick […]

Mothers of America worried if Obama’s eating right

March 4, 2011


US pressure group Mothers of America has today raised concerns over President Obama’s apparent weight loss since taking office. With the President representing the face of the American people, Mothers of America believes this slender individual may not be sending an accurate representation to the international community. Elected at a trim 180lbs, the 6’2” President […]

Posted in: International, Politics

No weather again for UK

March 3, 2011


Pressure increasing on weathermen as slump extends to four months The Met Office is in a state of crisis as the United Kingdom has reached its longest recorded spell without weather. Yesterday’s no-show took the tally to a staggering 123 days without any discernible weather condition, breaking the previous record and forcing the nation’s meteorologists […]

Posted in: Local, Weather

Charlie Sheen telling people he invented comedy, important household appliance

March 2, 2011


An increasingly mad Charlie Sheen has continued to play up his own importance in modern society by telling friends and aghast onlookers that he came up with the idea of comedy in 1992, the same year Sheen claims to have invented the washing machine. Swarthy drug-addled lothario Sheen became one of America’s best paid actors […]

Gaddafi ‘will keep shooting people until they like him’

March 1, 2011


Embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi remains puzzled as to the cause of violent unrest in his country but has pledged to keep gunning down his countrymen until his popularity is restored. Despite revolution raging in Libya and anti-Gaddafi forces nearing the capital Tripoli, Gaddafi gave a calm interview to the BBC in which he insisted […]

Posted in: International