Experts confirm that the internet cannot be broken by a packet of plastic stick-on hooks, not matter how good the VFM.
Toshitone Industries make the spectacular claim on Facebook. They say that the internet is going so wild for yellow plastic hooks that you can stick on to a flat surface with double-sided sticky tape, that it is broken!
Toshitone INdustries for all your hanging needs
Australian police have begun a nationwide search for Bruce ‘Cobber’ McNapton, the last remaining Australian not to have appeared in Neighbours.
Following its launch in 1985, Neighbours has become Australia’s most successful media export, exceeding the international sales of noted film heart-throb and racist, Mel Gibson.
Hey Bruce, Where are you?
The best-selling hair colour brand, used by millions of men has
been banned as sexist.
Under EU anti-discrimination rules the hair dye is
considered to be insulting and demeaning to those who are not Men, those who
aren’t sure if they are Men, Men who want to be Men, Women who want to be Men,
Women who want to be Women but look like Men, Women who want their Men to be
Men and Women who want their Men to be someone else.
Tu es sérieuse !
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Brexit Party caused up an upset in the adult round of the children’s game of Statues.
Held in Strasbourg, the latest round featured teams from all over Europe. The Germans were heavy favourites to win, although their recent form has been a little shaky.
The plucky Brexit Party signalled their intent when they entered the arena, holding hands. Initially, this seemed to be a demonstration of solidarity, although it turned out that it was to stop several of the squad wandering off in a demented haze.
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Over the last four years of mindlessly trawling through Instagram, Facebook and Twitter feeds, I have seen the internet blow up over three things:
The first one was One Direction.
The second was Trump.
Now the third…. BTS. Continue reading “It’s too dangerous for this North Korean Bangtan Boy to listen to his own music”