You don't know the half of it. We have even more fascinating stuff going on here - try this one from my local rag:
Don't you dare to try to out-scoop me you amateur.
You might find people looking for a boar in the Forest.
So why is it called dogging?
A disaster for the community.
and now this
I tells ya, we're livin on the edge!
You'll have to reduce the count by one.
I heard a crunch when I walked up the driveway to put the bins out.
You careless oaf!
Who cares about war, famine, injustice and gay marriage.
THIS is real news...
This event is held one mile from where I live.
I have entered most of the running events that are held in this town, but this is one that I don't have the desire to contest. That hill is F......... Steep.
Studdies are the order of the day, Innov8 are the best shoes I have for running downhill on damp grass. Bar none.
Personally I think that we as a local community should just pick up the tab for the Plod and Coffin Carriers, in the same way as we do for the plethora of minor Royalty that live in the County.
But what would they charge her with? Knowingly supplying cheese to an organised and uninsured outdoor event?
Even funnier was all the locals getting beat by a Yank !!!
Not only that, but a yank in full-on stars and stripes lycra get-up!
I would like to see the supplier of a cheese be taken to court......
so if they rolled down the mountain hundreds of coins of the realm to chase down the hill.the queen and any government are liable .....
So they chased a foam replica cheese down the hill. Apparently the American thought it tasted just like Monterey Jack.
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