Society

Spiral Tribe plans week-long royal wedding techno street party

NOTORIOUS rave organisers Spiral Tribe are to stage an extended, royal wedding street party until everyone collapses.

Oxford 'has enough black students for Earth, Wind and Fire tribute band'

OXFORD University has dismissed accusations of discrimination insisting it has enough black students for a full-scale tribute to Earth, Wind and Fire.

Interns to be paid for the work they create

THE slack-jawed offspring of company executives should be paid for the extra tasks they generate during work experience, it has been claimed.

Oh, go on then, say universities

UNIVERSITIES have decided that they would like to make more money rather than less.

 


Hoax flash mob used to cull dicks

THE promise of a 'flash mob' has lured thousands of annoying people to their timely deaths, it emerged last night.

'Atheist bible' an impossible fairy story, say Christians

THE idea that people could do good things without religion is a child's fairy story, Christians have claimed.

Most don't want to work past the age of zero

MOST people in Britain would prefer not to work a day in their lives, according to new research.

Average Mother's Day gift selection time rises to 3.5 seconds

THOUGHTFULNESS is on the increase across the UK with some people taking almost four seconds to choose a Mother's Day present, it has emerged.