Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ugly truth revealed

WALES is refusing to accept it is possibly the ugliest nation in the world, despite evidence suggesting otherwise. The roots of the Ugly Tree have been traced all the way back to Port Talbot this week, after global dating website … Continue reading

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Swearing tax is a fucking outrage

THE hard-up Welsh Government has found a new way to add much needed funds to its coughers – by introducing a tax on swearing.

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Prince’s visit stinks

WALES has officially run out of sites to show royalty, after Prince Charles was led around a pile of shit yesterday.

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Suspension at posh school

A PUPIL at Wales’s most exclusive school has been suspended over lurid postings on his social networking internet site. Vincent Bailey was suspended from Ysgol Syr Wyn Roberts after postings that only those lacking a sense of humour would find … Continue reading

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Council complimented on its penis

A COUNCIL is hoping it could pull off a tourism coup after unveiling a statue of a giant penis.

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Upset teen tells council to sell its mansion

A STROPPY teenager has demanded Swansea Council sell the Mayor’s official residence.

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Better late than never

A PENSIONER has organised a peaceful protest against the ‘militarisation’ of a Mid Wales mountain range – more than 70 years after the Army took over the land. Harley Simpson feels it’s still not too late to let his feelings … Continue reading

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Summer football for Welsh stars

CELTIC football fans are up in arms at the prospect of the best players from Wales and less likely Scotland and Northern Ireland having to forgo their usual summer break to play in an international tournament. The British Olympic Association … Continue reading

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D’oh: Cardiff a top holiday spot

BUSINESSES in Cardiff are hoping to cash in after a magazine accidentally named the capital in a list of the most recommended holiday destinations this summer. A printing mistake led to the National Geographic, the world’s foremost nature magazine, including the … Continue reading

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Welsh courts could bring back torture

TORTURE methods could soon be made available to Welsh courts after calls for a separate legal system in Wales. Swansea University Professor R Gwynedd Parry has said that following the successful referendum on law-making powers for the National Assembly, a separate … Continue reading

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