Thursday, 7 July 2011

80% of iPad Owners Don’t Know Why They Own One.

As Apple prepares for its iPad 3 launch for Christmas 2011, a recent study shows that most iPad owners are still perplexed as to why they own one.

Charlotte Hucker, a recruitment consultant from Clapham and regular user of the iPad 2 said: “I’ve had an iPad for six months and I love it. I dunno what it does or what it’s for but I love it. It’s pink!”

Apple boss Steve Jobs promises that the iPad 3 will be even more thinner, faster and prettier than the iPad 2, and that the iPad 4 (to be launched in Summer 2012), will be even thinner, faster and prettier than the iPad 3. “The iPad 3 will make dull people think they are more intelligent, interesting and good-looking than they actually are”.

Eager iPad 2 owners have already started queuing outside the Apple Store on Regent Street ready for the pre-Christmas rush. Jeff Dromgood, a fanny magnet, from Wigan said “It’ll be just the same as my iPad 2 and slighter bigger and the same as my iPod touch but it will be more thinner, faster and prettier. I dunno what I’ll use it for but I love it! I think”.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Edinburgh International Film Festival Film Reviews

Our resident film critic Barbarella Fox reviews this year's films at: Edinburgh International film festival.

Monday, 13 June 2011

Dumped Divans of E17

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Friday, 3 June 2011

Cameron in Tory Mash-up to Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Misuse of Drugs Act.

David Cameron plans to commemorate this week’s 40th Anniversary of Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, with a ‘massive bender’ at no. 10.


David at last year's bender


The invites went out to fellow MPs this morning and some were more excited than others by the celebrations. Tweezer dodger Ann Widdicombe said, “Drugs are naughty and make you grow things on your thighs. We should set an example and just drink Chardonnay or Merlot”.


Cameron has been heavily criticised for this contradictory drug orgy. He has no plans to decriminalise drug possession, or legalise whiffy skunk, despite a harsh letter campaign by a host of celebrities.

“Criminalising drug users like us makes us look like we live in bins but we’re just like everyone else and like getting muntered at the weekend”, said Dame Judi Dench, Leader of the campaign.

Other celebrities including Sir Richard Branson, Moira Stewart and that fat one from ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ have been urging Cameron to look again at the current drug’s legislation. “We want to make it easier to get proper good quality drugs that haven’t been cut with Alistair Darling’s eyebrows”. Said Moira.