Pub in morris dancer row
Monday 5 Nov 2012 7:42 pm A group of Morris dancers has been told to take their sticks, bells and handkerchiefs
elsewhere as their routines were 'offensive'. After a quick chat, the dancers were moved on in the 'interest of
community relations. However, one of their number, David Young , has hit back, saying they were treated like 'yobs'.
The 69-year-old said: 'The way it all happened, you would have thought it was a BNP or KKK meeting.
Whitstable mum in custard shortage
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 A MUM of three is dis-custard after a hunt for the dessert sauce in the town proved
fruitless. Keen baker Jules Serkin, 43, of West Cliff, Whitstable, needed a tin of custard powder to top off her apple
and blackcurrant crumble. But she was left with a sour taste in her mouth after getting no joy in either Co-ops at
Oxford Street and Canterbury Road.
Llwchwr Town Council considers colour photocopier
October 07, 2013 A SWANSEA town council is considering getting a colour photocopier. In a report to Llwchwr Town
Council the clerk Anthony Davies said that its current machine, which does not do colour, needed replacing. He added:
"It would make good sense to have a new machine but members may wish to consider a colour copier."
Fiction: "Brasky and the 550,000 spotted wolf hamsters"
by L337 Story Generator v1.0
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It all started when our hyphen-happy protagonist, Bill Brasky, woke up in a lemur-infested moor. It was the sixth time it had happened. Feeling barely stunned, Bill Brasky deflowered a carrot, thinking it would make him feel better (but as usual, it did not). Happy as a frickin' monkey, he realized that his beloved iPad was missing! Immediately he called his enemy in training, Leroy Jenkins. Bill Brasky had known Leroy Jenkins for (plus or minus) one million years, the majority of which were curious ones. Leroy Jenkins was unique. She was easygoing though sometimes a little... pestering. Bill Brasky called her anyway, for the situation was urgent.