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Japanese donkeys predict the end of the earth as we are already up to Generation Z and there are no letters left for future generations.

Scientists analysing data from the planet Spanner say it is incapable of sustaining human life but it would be ideal for servicing scooters.

Face-tracking technology means sales of the NonsensophoneY are expected to be brisk among people anxious to keep track of their face.

Scientists at the University of Quack Theories have edited human DNA and come up with a bloke called DAN.

An extremely loud bassoon has been found responsible for unexpected speed bumps outside Flumford Philharmonic Orchestra's practice hall.

Thurg School in Prong has sent kids home for wearing nonsense instead of trousers 'We care more about uniforms than education,' the head said.

Villagers on the island of Lesbos have denied causing hurricanes although they have been spotted gathering and blowing in the same direction.

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