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‘Park and fly’ planned for next year’s air show

‘Park and fly’ planned for next year’s air show

Revellers descending on the south coast for the 2015 Bournemouth Air Show will see traffic eased with an innovative ‘park and fly’ service. Tourists arriving by car will be diverted to a temporary airport in Redhill, where they will be able to park their car and beat the traffic queues. The new Redhill airport will […]

Loom Band Red Arrows

Loom Band Red Arrows

Don’t worry if you missed the Red Arrows display. Recently revealed as just as dangerous, this film re-enacts the manoeuvres using popular but deadly loom bands

Bournemouth submarine festival declared a success

Bournemouth submarine festival declared a success

The first Bournemouth submarine festival got off to a successful start according to town hall tourism bosses.   The three day festival which opened yesterday and continues throughout today and bank holiday Monday kicked off with a magnificent sub-aquatic display in Bournemouth’s Poole bay. The display by the ‘Upholder class diesel-electric hunter-killer display team’ potentially […]

Half the fun of satire to be ruined with ‘satire’ tag

Half the fun of satire to be ruined with ‘satire’ tag

Satire posted on Facebook is set to require a full explanation and to be tagged ‘satire’ in a move to make idiots feel like they are in on the joke it has been announced. The satire’ tag will allow all users to see that the joke is a joke and not something real, after users […]

Poor cheese: the segregation of London’s inner-city cheese eaters

Poor cheese: the segregation of London’s inner-city cheese eaters

Poorer residents in capital forced to eat cheap cheese. A ‘Squib’ investigation has discovered a growing trend in the capital’s retail businesses  for poorer residents to be forced to buy cheese at the cheap end of the market, a phenomenon being dubbed “poor cheese”.Between them, retailers in London sell a range of cheese including cheap cheese and expensive cheese – […]

Religious tat now produced entirely for the irony market

Religious tat now produced entirely for the irony market

The market for Kitsch religious tat is now purely ironic according to nuns in Rome. The nuns who have been running religious tat shop at the Vatican for 2014 years said: “We only sell our Jesus and Mary memorabilia to people who think they are being ironic these days. People who are actually religious tend […]

HS2 to include ‘Noddy’ route

HS2 to include ‘Noddy’ route

The HS2 route will be extended to a suburb of Bournemouth by 2021. The announcement to be made in today’s budget, will see the HS2 route diverted to take in dog walkers paradise Hengistbury Head in a shock move expected to add 2 hours to the journey time from London to Manchester. The 50 billion […]

Up your bum Wednesday

Up your bum Wednesday

Millions of men will be taking part in #upyourbumwednesay today – a worthy and serious campaign to encourage men to go and get their prostate checked. In a fun and not at all degrading move, they will then submit a photo of them having it done! Men are encouraged to show off their #pokeypiccy online […]

Volunteers clean up beach for Conservative photo-shoot

Volunteers clean up beach for Conservative photo-shoot

Scores of volunteer litter pickers glowed with pride today on finding that their beach cleaning efforts had left Boscombe beach suitable for a promotional photo shoot.   Just hours after local community members fought cold winds to clear the beach of storm debris, the seafront became a set for the shoot. The stars of the […]

Female brains are just a scribbled multicoloured mess reveals science study

Female brains are just a scribbled multicoloured mess reveals science study

Scientists undertaking research at the University of Science published their results today in the Journal of Brains. The study looked at the difference between male brains and female brains, with expert brain scientists studying the differences. Scientist, Professor Brains, explained how the study worked: “Brain scientists took photocopies of brains and a packet of felt […]

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