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I MUST KNOW!
randomly puts a word in capitals.
'And Smith has revealed that he WON'T be back in time for this week's game, but will MAYBE play next week'
It's like Prole and his inverted commas.
Although I try not to read The Sun anymore. It annoys me.
My flatmate was a press officer for Cancer Research UK.
He could get the News of the World to publish everything he sent out (unlike the broadsheets) but they always changed 'scientist' to 'boffin'.
'Prescott was seen leaving in a CAR, heading towards Downing Street'.
I swear there's no logic to it.
And 'romp' is a great word.
The headline was Kebabadabadoo...
And the first sentence was something like "last night the boys gave the kebab loving greeks a skewing"
If I hadn't stopped to look vacantly out of the window when typing that I'd have posted it before bamos. Oh well, great minds etc.
code to inform the Nazis of our D-Day invasion plans.
scorcher - in reference to weather and women but preferably both
between paragraphs quite funny, can't think of any now but keep an eye out for them
Dave, 25, told how he once saw a monkey.
He went on to describe how the monkey scared him.
"It scared me" commented Dave, 25
Top baboon boffin, Lord Adonis added: 'I have nothing to say'
The monkey was hairy
i may leave.
emboldened and maybe italicised, like chapter titles? its always like
The Man was seen scurrying from his furtive lovenest by pie salesman Brian McBrian
Young children are always referred to at 'tots'.
i hope theyre getting the attention i'm paying for, and a reference to them is the least i could hope for.
adjectives for criminals.
'Sick Gary Glitter'
'Evil Gary Glitter'
'70sglamstarturnedchildrapist Gary Glitter'
Hulky builder Harold, 52, was seen running to help. Harold "I ran to help"
only worthwhile thing about tabloids are the problem pages.
"I came home from work and found my girlfriend in bed with my brother, my best mate, my mum, my motorbike and a dancing bear. What should I do?"
Ooh, I'd sit down and right a nice long letter to the paper, if I were you
You couldn't make it up, could you?
Surely they don't think that their readership would be confused by the word "comedian"!
What's a cum-di-ann?
Just doing some research I found this
The Sun are clearly unaware that sometimes people on Myspace don't tell the truth.
Have been doing this exact same thread topic for the last few days. Oh, and 'crooner' or something.