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Sunday, 29 November 2009

Size Matters

Controversial plans have been unveiled that would see the creation of a national database to hold the breast sizes of all women in the country. The system will be used to ensure that anyone measuring smaller than a size D cup will automatically be placed on the waiting list for breast augmentation surgery. Ministers have responded to criticisms with claims that the new system will drastically reduce administration costs currently associated with these procedures.

Monday, 23 November 2009

Everything but the Kitchen Sink

Women are entitled to buy numerous pairs of shoes as well as to be shagged by men, according to a recent think tank. The controversial assertion is the result of a lengthy program of discussion among prominent women in the public sphere, and is expected to further bolster the belief that women can 'have it all', which has commonly been described as a myth.

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Not Present But Correct

In the latest installment of unfettered political correctness in the public media services, the popular TV personality Mike Bastcok has reportedly been sacked following complaints regarding recent revelations about his personal life choices. The news that Mr Bastcok has consistently refused to be present in any building in which 'persons not of ultimate brittanic or europe-based cultural origination' may also be present, was initially met with casual indifference by the public. But a prominent and thoroughly keenly orchestrated Internet campaign has caused the television network concerned to buckle under self-righteous, liberal, elitist, and most probably, utterly gay, pressure. What next? You probably won't even be able to skin and eat the children of immigrants soon.