Middle-aged men unsure how to control their penis can look forward to a Christmas stocking filled with helpful hints from George Galloway, publishers confirmed today.Hot on the heels of his clarification of the Julian Assange sexual assault charged, Galloway will now turn his attention to making sure men everywhere understand when it is acceptable to push forward to ‘insertion’.His pu.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
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Prime Minister’s Questions is to be named after the game show Jeopardy, with MPs receiving cash prizes for guessing which question David Cameron is actually answering.Mr Cameron, with his trademark bright red face and large forehead, will host the show on Wednesdays at 12pm.The unique answer-and-question format will remain largely unchanged from Prime Minister’s Questions, with Mr Cam.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
The empty seats seen at many venues in the opening days of the London 2012 Olympics are merely a deliberate illustration of how the modern Olympic games are all about money, claims Chairman Lord Coe.The sight of empty seats has been a feature of the television coverage across the globe, forcing Lord Coe to come out and explain it was part of the plan all along.“It’s aspirational.̶.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
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Liverpool have improved their offer to tempt West Ham into taking British record signing Andy Carroll off their hands for next season by agreeing to take him back at the end of it, according to reports.In an unusual development, the Merseyside giants have recognised their £35 million man has all the sporting potential of the average clothes horse, thus becoming an ideal fit for manager Sam Allard.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
eBay has been inundated with suspicious-looking listings from people offering a ‘unique chance to own a piece of scientific history in the colour of your choice’.Listings with objects that resemble ping pong balls and painted golf balls are being watched by thousands of people incapable of reading a newspaper.Regular eBay user Simon Williams told us, “I bought a Rolex on eBay fo.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
The Financial Services Authority says that banks have been involved in the widespead use of a confidence trick in which customers wage money to guess the location of ball that is randomly placed underneath 1 of 3 cups.
The latest case of serious malpractice at the UK’s banks involved employees placing the ball under one of the cups and quickly shuffling them around. The customer would then be .. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
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