In a revelation that is set to rock the world of sciencing the Daily Mail Online’s (DMO) investigative researchers examined over 100,000 images of scantily clad women before announcing the outstanding discovery that women have breasts.Click here to read more
In a recent Sky Interview, controversial wackadoodle and politician, Ann Widdecombe looked forward to science finding a cure for gayness. However, in so doing she has alienated Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Continue reading “Jesus Christ has moved to disassociate himself from Ann Widdecombe”
The Conservative Party is heading for oblivion after the last candidate in the Tory leadership race promised leaving Brexit with No Deal was ‘Political Suicide’.
This completes a clean sweep of prospective Tory leaders who have all promised that under any of the Brexit options The Tory Party will commit ‘Political Suicide’. Continue reading “All of the Tory Leadership contenders promise their party will commit ‘Political Suicide’”
Senior Tory MP’s found themselves in disarray last night after realising they would need to thank Jeremy Corbyn for the break down in talks with Theresa May.
Many senior Tory MP’s have been apoplectic with rage since The Prime Minister announced that she was willing to discuss joining forces with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party to try and get a Brexit deal through Parliament. Continue reading “Brexiteer Tories forced to thank Jeremy Corbyn after he does them a solid”
The Royal Family have announced the birth of their latest progeny, Prince Archie. The nation rejoiced in welcoming yet another tax payer funded overlord.
As a British Royal, Archie is 7th in the line of succession to The Crown. His American mother also ensures his qualification to become President of the United States of America. Continue reading “Prince Archie is part of the Royal Family’s long term plan to reclaim the colonies”
A piece of work called ‘Cardboard’ is the surprise favourite for this year’s Turner Prize.
Initially, this challenging sculpture represents an uninteresting piece of used cardboard. Shown in flat form, it suggests discardation, waste and effluence. Palely lit by a distant, flickering, fluorescent light, ‘Cardboard’ is displayed in a rear service corridor at The State of It Gallery.
Continue reading “Favourite for The Turner Prize is some used and discarded ‘Cardboard’”